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CHEM1101

Week 7 Semester 2 2019

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Nuclear and Radiation Chemistry

  •  use the appropriate notation to denote nuclides and isotopes
  •  explain the factors which govern nuclear stability
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Nuclear and Radiation Chemistry Assumed Knowledge
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CHEM1101 Week 2

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Nuclear and Radiation Chemistry

  •  use the appropriate notation to denote nuclides and isotopes
  •  explain the factors which govern nuclear stability
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Wave Theory of Electrons and Atomic Energy Levels

  •  calculate the energy of a photon from its wavelength, and its wavelength from its energy
  •  relate absorption and emission of photons to changes in electron energy levels
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Shape of Atomic Orbitals and Quantum Numbers

  •  identify the key features of waves in 1-3 dimensions - displacement, amplitude, nodes
  •  recall that s orbitals have n – 1 spherical nodes
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Nuclear and Radiation Chemistry Wave Theory of Electrons and Resulting Atomic Energy Levels Shape of Atomic Orbitals and Quantum Numbers
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CHEM1101 Week 3

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Shape of Atomic Orbitals and Quantum Numbers

  •  identify the key features of waves in 1-3 dimensions - displacement, amplitude, nodes
  •  recall that s orbitals have n – 1 spherical nodes
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Shape of Atomic Orbitals and Quantum Numbers Filling Energy Levels in Atoms Larger than Hydrogen
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The Periodic Table and Periodic Trends

  •  explain the shape of the Periodic Table using the quantum chemical atomic model
  •  recognise trends in the Periodic Table, such as atomic radii, ionic radii and ionisation energies
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Bonding - MO theory

  •  explain how electron sharing leads to lowering of electronic energy in terms of increasing the de Broglie wavelength.
  •  predict electronic configurations and bond orders for diatomic molecules, given a molecular orbital (MO) energy diagram
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CHEM1101 Week 5

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Spectroscopy

  •  relate absorption and emission of photons to changes in electron energy levels
  •  calculate emission and absorption wavelengths from energy levels
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Band Theory - MO in Solids

  •  recognise that interactions of σ-orbitals gives rise to a valence bands, and σ* orbitals give rise to a conduction band in covalent networks
  •  use, define and explain the concepts of conduction band, valence band, band gap, hole, acceptor level, donor level, n-doping and p-doping
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CHEM1101 Week 6

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Ionic Bonding

  •  describe and explain the periodic trends in electronegativity
  •  explain the origin of ionic bonding
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Lewis Structures

  •  draw out plausible Lewis structures for simple polyatomic molecules
  •  assign bond orders based on sharing of electron pairs, resonance structures and formal charges
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Molecular Shape

  •  describe the electron pair geometries and molecular shapes for molecules containing between 2 and 6 electron pairs
  •  assign molecular shapes based on Lewis structures and VSEPR theory
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CHEM1101 Week 7

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Molecular Shape

  •  describe the electron pair geometries and molecular shapes for molecules containing between 2 and 6 electron pairs
  •  assign molecular shapes based on Lewis structures and VSEPR theory
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Types of Intermolecular Forces

  •  identify different types of intermolecular forces
  •  determine which forces are present in different molecules
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Gas Laws

  •  use the ideal gas law to relate the number of moles, pressure, volume and temperature of a gas
  •  relate gas density and molar mass
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