Inorganic 3 and Polymer 1 Chemistry University of Bordeaux
> This course is divided in two courses: - Inorganic Chemistry 3 (CI3), and - Polymers:_ 1. INORGANIC CHEMSITRY 3_ is devoted to the study of crystallinesolids. Recalling some key concepts (chemical bondingversuselectronegativity; phase diagram ; X-ray diffraction)acrystallographic description related to the chemical bonds is given._2. POLYMER_ courses aims at introducing the field of polymermaterials from the main synthetic pathways to the structure-propertiesrelationship of these macromolecular materials
- The evaluation of each course includes one mid-term exam (DS) and aterminal exam (DST) covering all the chapters of the course. - In case of failure, a second session is organized for the finalexam, either as awritten final exam or an oral session depending onthe number of failed students. This 2nd session takes place at the endof June.
> Inorganic Chemistry (CI3) - From metal to intermetallic compounds - Covalent Solids - Ionic Solids - Iono-covalent oxides: the perovskite and the spinel> Polymers - Introduction – The main polymer families - Structure of Polymers : from the nano- to micro-scale - Chemistryof Polymers – Concepts of step-growth polymerizationand chain polymerization - General physico-chemical properties of polymers
> Lectures are taught in French but written supports are available in English. > Practical sessions are taught in English. > Inorganic Chemistry (CI3): - CI3 Lectures: 9 x 1 hour and 20 minutes. - CI3 Practical sessions: 10 x 1 hour and 20 minutes > Polymers: - Pol Lectures: 9 x 1 hour and 20 minutes - Pol Practical sessions: 10 x 1 hour and 20 minutes
Online Course Requirement
Duration: 12 weeksLanguage of instruction: EnglishMode of delivery: Face-to-face teaching; E-learning
Site for Inquiry
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