Inorganic Chemistry Introduction

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UNIVERSITI PENDIDIKAN SULTAN IDRIS

COURSE CURICULUM DESIGN AND INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN

Faculty: Science and Mathematics
Department: Chemistry
Semester: 1
Session: 2013/2014
Subject: Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry
* Subject Code: SKT1013
Credit Hours: 3
Prasyarat: -

[For courses with prerequisites, students must have taken the prerequisite courses]

LECTURER’S INFORMATION

Name : Dr. Norhayati Hashim, Dr. Yusnita Juahir & Cik Nurulsaidah Abdul Rahim
E-mel: norhayati.hashim@fsmt.upsi.edu.my, yusnita@fsmt.upsi.edu.my, nurulsaidah@fsmt.upsi.edu.my * Telephone: 015 – 4811 7314/7359/7652
Room: B2 – Aras 2 & 3 , Kampus Proton City

COURSE SYNOPSIS:

The course discusses of introduction of solid state chemistry, electronic and magnetic behaviour of solids, preparation of materials in the solid state, synthetic materials and nanomaterials.

(Kursus ini membincangkan pengenalan kepada kimia pepejal, tingkah laku elektronik bagi dan magnet bagi pepejal, penyediaan bahan-bahan dalam keadaan pepejal, bahan-bahan sintetik dan nanobahan)

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

After going through this course, students should be able to: 1. Understand the structure and the properties of materials that are suitable and compatible for variety of application. 2. Demonstrate practical skills in conducting experiments. 3. Practice noble values and scientific attitudes.

Participate actively in collaborative activities.

MAIN REFERENCES:
Buchner W., Schliebs R., Winter G. and Buchel K. H. (1989). Industrial Inorganic Chemistry. VCH, Cambridge.
Budinski K. G. (1989). Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection, 3rd Ed. Prentice-
Hall Inc., New Jersey.
Bruce D. W. and O’Hare D. (Eds.). (1992). Inorganic Materials. John Wiley & Sons Inc.,
New York.
Weller M. T. (1994). Inorganic Materials Chemistry. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Callister Jr W. D. (2000). Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction. John Wiley
& Sons Inc., New York.
White M. A. (1999). Properties of Materials. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Catherine, E. H. & Alan, G. S. (2001). Inorganic Chemistry. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Education.
Rodgers, G. E. (2002). Descriptrive Inorganic, Coordination and Solid-State Chemistry (2nd ed.). Canada: Brooks/Cole Thomson Learning.

Additional references supporting the course:
Cotton, F. A., Wilkinson, G. & Gaus, P. L. (1995). Basic Inorganic Chemistry (3rd ed.).
Canada: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Petrucci, R.H, Harwood & Herring. (2002). General Chemistry (8th ed.) London : Prentice
Hall.

METHODS OF TEACHING:
Lecture, assignment, Quizzes, practical.

METHODS OF SOFT SKILLS EMBEDDED:
Activity| Communication Skill (KOM)| Thinking and Problem Solving Skill (KBKM)| Life Long Learning and Information Management Skill(PBPM)| Team Work Skill(PSK)| Leadership Skill (PIM)| ProfessionalEthic (ETIK)| Entrepreneurship Skill (KU)| Lecture| √| | √| √| | √| |

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COURSE EVALUATION:

Test 1| 10 %|
Test 2| 10 %|
Practical report| 10 %|
Hands-on activities (HOA)| 5 %|
Assignment 1 & 2| 20 %|
Quizzes| 5 %|
Final exam | 40 %|
TOTAL| 100%|

GRADING SCALE
Grade| Points Interval| GPA/CGPA|
A| 80 – 100| 4.00|
A-| 75 – 79| 3.75|
B+| 70 – 74| 3.50|
B| 65 – 69| 3.00|
B-| 60 – 64| 2.75|
C+| 55 – 59| 2.50|
C| 50 – 54| 2.00|
C-| 45 – 49| 1.75|
D+| 40 – 44| 1.50|
D| 35 – 39| 1.00|
F| 0 – 34| 0|
SOFT SKILLS GRADING SCALE:
Scale| Criteria|
5| Has attained the elements of soft skills at the level of excellence| 4| Has attained the elements of soft skills at a good level| 3|...

References: Budinski K. G. (1989). Engineering Materials: Properties and Selection, 3rd Ed. Prentice-
Hall Inc., New Jersey.
Bruce D. W. and O’Hare D. (Eds.). (1992). Inorganic Materials. John Wiley & Sons Inc.,
New York.
Weller M. T. (1994). Inorganic Materials Chemistry. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Callister Jr W. D. (2000). Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction. John Wiley
& Sons Inc., New York.
White M. A. (1999). Properties of Materials. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Catherine, E. H. & Alan, G. S. (2001). Inorganic Chemistry. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Education.
Rodgers, G. E. (2002). Descriptrive Inorganic, Coordination and Solid-State Chemistry (2nd ed.). Canada: Brooks/Cole Thomson Learning.
Cotton, F. A., Wilkinson, G. & Gaus, P. L. (1995). Basic Inorganic Chemistry (3rd ed.).
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