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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,m l Radial Wavefunction R(r) Radial distribution function 4 πr 2R(r) Angular Wavefunction A(θ,φ) Orbital Energies Size of Orbitals Spin Quantum Number, m s 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 H 2 Valence Bond model of bonding in F 2, O 2, and N 2 Overview of Molecular Orbital Theory MO theory of bonding in H 2 MO bonding in He 2, Li 2 and Be 2 MO bonding in F 2 and O 2 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 C 1 Point Group C ∞ v Point Group D ∞h Point Group T d, O h and I h 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 XY 2: using the C 2 Character table XY 3 molecules with D 3h Symmetry XY 3 molecules with C 3v Symmetry XY 4 molecules with T d or D 4h Symmetry XY 6 molecules with O h Symmetry Metal Carbonyl Complexes (M(CO) n Metal Carbonyl Complexes M(CO) 6-n IR spectropscopy: Practical Problems Chiral Molecules Orbital hybridization sp Hybridization sp Hybridization 2 sp Hybridization 3 Other Hybridization schemes Valence Bond Theory: Multiple Bonding in polyatomic molecules Valence Bond Theory: C 2H 4 Valence Bond Theory: HCN Valence Bond Theory: BF 3 MO Application: polyatomic molecules MO Application: linear XH 2: Symmetry by examination MO Application: linear XH 2: working from a molecular symmetry Bent triatomic: H 2O Molecular Orbital Theory applied to BH 3 Molecular Orbital Theory applied to NH 3 Molecular Orbital Theory applied to CH 4 Contrasting MO and VB theory Molecular Orbital Theory: Complications MO Theory: Objective Aplications MO Theory: πBonding in CO - 2 MO Theory: [NO 3] - MO Theory: SF 6 The center two-electron interactions MO Theory:B 2H 6 Cubic and Hexagonic close-packing The Unit Cell Intersitial Holes Non-close-packing Group 18 Elemental Solids H 2 and F 2 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: SiO 2 Structure: ZnS Structure: TiO 2 (rutile) Structure: CdI and CdCl 2 Structure: Perovskite (CaTiO 3) 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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