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3.091 Introduction to Solid State Chemistry (Fall 2010, MIT OCW). Taught by Professor Donald Sadoway, this course introduces solid-state chemistry with an emphasis on solid-state materials and their application to engineering systems.

The course begins with an exploration of the fundamental relationship between electronic structure, chemical bonding, and atomic order, then proceeds to the chemical properties of "aggregates of molecules," including crystals, metals, glasses, semiconductors, solutions and acid-base equilibria, polymers, and biomaterials. Real-world examples are drawn from industrial practice (e.g. semiconductor manufacturing), energy generation and storage (e.g. automobile engines, lithium batteries), emerging technologies (e.g. photonic and biomedical devices), and the environmental impact of chemical processing (e.g. recycling glass, metal, and plastic). (from ocw.mit.edu)

Course Curriculum

    • Lecture 01 – Introduction to Solid State Chemistry Unlimited
    • Lecture 02 – The Periodic Table Unlimited
    • Lecture 03 – Atomic Models: Rutherford and Bohr Unlimited
    • Lecture 04 – Matter/Energy Interactions: Atomic Spectra Unlimited
    • Lecture 05 – Electron Shell Model and Quantum Numbers Unlimited
    • Lecture 06 – Particle-Wave Duality Unlimited
    • Lecture 07 – The Aufbau Principle; Photoelectron Spectroscopy Unlimited
    • Lecture 08 – Ionic Crystals; Born-Haber Cycle Unlimited
    • Lecture 09 – Drawing Lewis Structures Unlimited
    • Lecture 10 – Hybridized and Molecular Orbitals; Paramagnetism Unlimited
    • Lecture 11 – The Shapes of Molecules Unlimited
    • Lecture 12 – Intermolecular Forces Unlimited
    • Lecture 13 – Band Theory of Solids Unlimited
    • Lecture 14 – Semiconductors Unlimited
    • Lecture 15 – Introduction to Crystallography Unlimited
    • Lecture 16 – Crystallographic Notation and X-Rays Unlimited
    • Lecture 17 – X-Ray Emission and Absorption Unlimited
    • Lecture 18 – X-Ray Diffraction Techniques Unlimited
    • Lecture 19 – Point and Line Defects Unlimited
    • Lecture 20 – Line, Interface and Bulk Defects Unlimited
    • Lecture 21 – Introduction to Glasses Unlimited
    • Lecture 22 – Engineering Glass Properties; Introduction to Kinetics Unlimited
    • Lecture 23 – Reaction Rates Unlimited
    • Lecture 24 – Diffusion Unlimited
    • Lecture 25 – Introduction to Aqueous Solutions Unlimited
    • Lecture 26 – Acids and Bases Unlimited
    • Lecture 27 – Introduction to Organic Chemistry Unlimited
    • Lecture 28 – Polymers: Structure and Composition Unlimited
    • Lecture 29 – Polymers: Synthesis, Properties and Applications Unlimited
    • Lecture 30 – Biochemistry: Amino Acids Unlimited
    • Lecture 31 – Biochemistry: Protein Structure Unlimited
    • Lecture 32 – Biochemistry: Lipids, Nucleic Acids and DNA Unlimited
    • Lecture 33 – Unary Phase Diagrams Unlimited
    • Lecture 34 – Binary Phase Diagrams: Complete Solubility Unlimited
    • Lecture 35 – Binary Phase Diagrams: Limited Solubility Unlimited

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