Atoms, Molecules, and Reactions: Inorganic Chemistry

Fall 2017 and Winter 2018 quarters

Taught by

physical chemistry

Prerequisites

Students must have successfully completed one year of college-level general chemistry with laboratory.

The full-time program Atoms, Molecules, and Reactions covers quantum mechanics, inorganic chemistry (in fall and winter), and thermodynamics (in winter and spring), all at the upper-division science level. Each of these subjects is available to students as an individual component by taking the variable credit option within Atoms, Molecules, and Reactions .

In the inorganic chemistry component, we will cover advanced inorganic chemistry topics in atomic structure and periodicity, bonding models, symmetry elements and operations, point groups, character tables, molecular orbital theory, photoelectron spectroscopy, acid-base concepts, solid-state chemistry, and coordination compounds and their chemistry, including bonding models.

Program Details

Fields of Study

chemistry

Preparatory For

chemistry

Websites

Quarters

Fall Signature Winter Signature

Location and Schedule

Campus Location

Olympia

Time Offered

Day

Online Learning

Enhanced Online Learning

Revisions

DateRevision
2017-05-22This is available for 8 credits in fall and 4 credits in winter (not 4 credits both quarters).