CHEM-UA 127: Advanced General Chemistry I Last updated Save as PDF Share Share Share Tweet Share Page ID16220[ "article:topic-guide", "authorname:mtuckerman", "showtoc:no" ]0: Mathematical preliminaries1: Introduction and origins of atoms and molecules2: Physical principles underlying chemistry3: Analysis of key experiments revealing the structure of the atoms4: The classical view of the universe and the experiments that brought about its downfall5: Electron diffraction, postulates of quantum mechanics, the Bohr model, and the Beer-Lambert law6: The Schrödinger equation: Predicting energy levels and the particle-in-a-box model7A: Particles in Two-Dimensional Boxes7B: Particles in Three-Dimensional Boxes7C: Two Identical Particles in a Box8: The Quantum Hydrogen Atom9: Electron spin and multi-electron atoms10. Energetics of ionic bonding and introduction to Lewis structures11: Lewis structures, covalent, and polar covalent bonding12: Molecular geometry, coordinates, and dipole moments13: The Born-Oppenheimer approximation and the hydrogen molecule ion14: Linear combination of atomic orbitals15: Linear combination of atomic orbitals for heteronuclear molecules16: Hybrid atomic orbitals, geometry, and valence bond theory17: Introduction to Organic Chemistry18: Overview of molecular spectroscopy, rotational and vibrational energy levelsThu, 14 Jul 2016 00:42:38 GMTCHEM-UA 127: Advanced General Chemistry I Contributed by Mark E. TuckermanProfessor (Chemistry and Mathematics) at New York University Topic hierarchy Contributors Mark Tuckerman (New York University)