123.102 Chemistry and the Material World (15 credits)

This course discusses the central role of energy dispersal in determining spontaneous physical and chemical changes. Fundamental bonding theories will be used to rationalize molecular structures. Transition metal chemistry will be used to illustrate these concepts. The importance of intermolecular forces, atomic structure and properties of elements is emphasised, and modern methods and applications are introduced.

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  • In order to be successful in this course, it is strongly recommended that students have studied at least 20 credits from NCEA Level 3 Chemistry and achieved at least 14, or achieved an equivalent level in an alternative assessment system to NCEA, or passed Bursary Chemistry or passed course 123.103 or an acceptable alternative.

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