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Course code:
151H1

Course name:
Solid State Chemistry

Academic year:

2017/2018.

Attendance prerequisites:

No prerequisites.

ECTS:

9

Study level:

graduate academic studies, integrated basic and graduate studies

Study programmes:

Chemical Education: 5. year, winter semester, elective (E5AP1) course

Chemistry: 1. year, winter semester, elective (E51H1) course

Teachers:

Katarina K. An­elkoviŠ, Ph.D.
full professor, Faculty of Chemistry, Studentski trg 12-16, Beograd

Tamara R. TodoroviŠ, Ph.D.
assistant professor, Faculty of Chemistry, Studentski trg 12-16, Beograd

Assistants:

Number of hours:

Weekly: four hours of lectures + two hours of exercises + three hours of labwork (4+2+3)

Study purpose:

At this course students will learn to interpret the results of structural analysis of complex molecules. In addition, they should be qualified to solve simple crystal structures and to analyze purity of different inorganic materials.

Study outcome:

At this course students learned how to interpret the results of X-ray analysis and solve simple crystal structures.

Coursework methods:

Lectures, experimental exercises and theoretical/calculating exercises.

Extracurricular activities:

Home works; a literature search for the proposed topic.

Literature:

Core literature:

  1. Lj. Karanović, D. Poleti: X-ray analysis, Zavod za udžbenike i nastavna sredstva, Belgrade, 2003.
  2. B. Prelesnik: Fundamentals of Crystallography and X-ray analysis, script for internal usage
  3. B. Prelesnik, K. Anđelković, D. Radanović, T. Todorović: A Collection of Illustrative Problems in Crystallography and X-ray analysis, Faculty of Chemistry, Belgrade 2007.

Additional literature:

  • A.R. West: Solid State Chemistry and its Applications, John Willey & Sons, 1990

Additional materials:

Course activities and method of grade assignment

Lectures:

5 points (4 hours weekly)

Exercises:

0 points (2 hours weekly)

Labwork:

15 points (3 hours weekly)

Semester papers:

10 points

Colloquia:

20 points

Written exam:

50 points

Wed Sep 20 16:28:13 2017

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