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Module Topic Name
Select only ONE Primary Module
Name
Select THREE Secondary Modules (Max of three per Primary Module)
Name
Select only ONE Tertiary Module from YOUR selected Secondary Modules
Fundamental Particles of Atoms      
Nuclide, Atomic Number, mass number      
Relative Atomic Mass      
Isotopes      
Bohr's Hydrogen Atom      
Wave Mechanics of electrons      
The Uncertainty Principle      
Atomic Orbitals      
Quantum Numbers: n,l,ml      
Radial Wavefunction R(r)      
Radial distribution function 4πr2R(r)      
Angular Wavefunction A(θ,φ)      
Orbital Energies      
Size of Orbitals      
Spin Quantum Number, ms      
The ground state of Hydrogen      
The Helium Atom      
Ground state electronic Configuration      
Penetration and Shielding      
Periodic Table      
Valence and Core Electrons      
Diagrammatic Representations of electron configurations      
Ionzation Energies and Electron Affinities      
Lewis Structures      
Overview of Valence Bond Theory      
Covalent Bond Distance, Radius and van der Waals Radius      
Valence Bond model of Bonding in H2      
Valence Bond model of bonding in F2, O2, and N2      
Overview of Molecular Orbital Theory      
MO theory of bonding in H2      
MO bonding in He2, Li2 and Be2      
MO bonding in F2 and O2      
Small S-P energy Separation Effects      
Octet Rule: first row p-block elements      
Isoelectronic Species      
Octet Rule: Heavier p-block elements      
Pauling Electronegativity      
Mulliken Electronegativity      
Allred-Rochow Electronegativity      
Dipole Moments      
Molecular Dipole Moments      
MO Theory: Orbital Interactions      
MO Theory: HF      
MO Theory: CO      
VSEPR      
Trigonal Bipyramidal Structures      
Limitations of VSEPR      
Molecular Shape: Stereoisomerism      
Square Planar Species      
Octahedral Species      
Trigonal Bipyramidal Species      
High Coordination Numbers      
Double Bonds      
Symmetry Operations (all) and Elements      
Successive Symmetry Operations      
Point Groups      
C1 Point Group      
Cv Point Group      
D∞h Point Group      
Td, Oh and Ih Point Groups      
Determining the Point Group of a molecule      
Character Table      
Benefits of recognizing Symmetry      
Vibrational Spectroscopy      
Number of vibrational modes for a molecule      
ATR-FTIR      
Selection Rules for IR and Raman active modes      
Vibrational Spectroopy of Linear and Bent triatomic Molecules      
Bent Molecules XY2: using the C2 Character table      
XY3 molecules with D3h Symmetry      
XY3 molecules with C3v Symmetry      
XY4 molecules with Td or D4h Symmetry      
XY6 molecules with Oh Symmetry      
Metal Carbonyl Complexes (M(CO)n      
Metal Carbonyl Complexes M(CO)6-n      
IR spectropscopy: Practical Problems      
Chiral Molecules      
Orbital hybridization      
sp Hybridization      
sp2 Hybridization      
sp3 Hybridization      
Other Hybridization schemes      
Valence Bond Theory: Multiple Bonding in polyatomic molecules      
Valence Bond Theory: C2H4      
Valence Bond Theory: HCN      
Valence Bond Theory: BF3      
MO Application: polyatomic molecules      
MO Application: linear XH2: Symmetry by examination      
MO Application: linear XH2: working from a molecular symmetry      
Bent triatomic: H2O      
Molecular Orbital Theory applied to BH3      
Molecular Orbital Theory applied to NH3      
Molecular Orbital Theory applied to CH4      
Contrasting MO and VB theory      
Molecular Orbital Theory: Complications      
MO Theory: Objective Aplications      
MO Theory: π-Bonding in CO2      
MO Theory: [NO3]-      
MO Theory: SF6      
The center two-electron interactions      
MO Theory:B2H6      
Cubic and Hexagonic close-packing      
The Unit Cell      
Intersitial Holes      
Non-close-packing      
Group 18 Elemental Solids      
H2 and F2 Solids      
Solid Metallic Elements      
Polymorphism      
Phase Diagrams      
metallic radii      
Melting Points and Enthalpies of Atomization      
Substitutional Alloys      
Interstitial Alloys      
Intermetallic Compounds      
Electrical Conductivity and Resistivity      
Band Theory of Metals and Insultators      
Fermi level      
Band Theory of Semiconductors      
Intrinsic Semiconductors      
Extrinsic Semiconductors      
Ionic Radii      
Periodic Trends in Ionic Radii      
Structure: Rock Salt      
Structure: CsCl      
Structure: CaF2      
Structure: Antifluorite      
Structure: Zinc Blend      
Structure: SiO2      
Structure: ZnS      
Structure: TiO2 (rutile)      
Structure: CdI and CdCl2      
Structure: Perovskite (CaTiO3)      
Crystal Structures of Semiconductors      
Coulombic Attraction      
Coulombic Attraction in a lattice      
Born Forces      
The Born-Lande' equation      
Madelung Constants      
Refined Born-Lande' equation      
Lattice Energy: The Born-Haber cycle      
Lattice Energy: Experimental vs. Calculated values      
Estimating Lattice Energies      
Fluoride Affinities      
Enthalpies of Formation and Disproportionation      
The Kapustinskii Equation      
Schottky Defect      
Frenkel Defect      
Evidence of Schottky and Frenkel Defects      

 

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