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Crystal chemistry

Code: 43976
ECTS: 5.0
Lecturers in charge: prof. dr. sc. Dubravka Matković-Čalogović - Lectures
izv. prof. dr. sc. Marijana Đaković - Lectures
Lecturers: Marijana Đaković - Seminar
Dubravka Matković-Čalogović - Seminar
Take exam: Studomat
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1. komponenta

Lecture typeTotal
Lectures 30
Seminar 15
* Load is given in academic hour (1 academic hour = 45 minutes)
Description:
EXPECTED COMPETENCES TO BE ACQUIRED:
1. To define symmetry operations, Bravais lattices, crystal systems, point and space groups.
2. To list the main types of crystal structures of metals and alloys.
3. To describe phase diagrams. To calculate the fraction and composition of components from a binary phase diagram.
4. To name the characteristics of ionic bond and describe the main types of ionic compounds.
5. To explain the intermolecular interactions in covalent structures.
6. To describe the general methods of crystal structure determination.
7. To explain structure-property relationship.

COURSE CONTENT:
1. Properties of crystals (nucleation, growth, habit, color, hardness). 2. Miller index; symmetry elementsproper and improper; point groups; stereographic projection. 3. Symmetry elements: helical axes, glide planes; Bravais lattices; space groups (symbols of space groups); quasicrystals.
4. Space groups (in detail); close packing. 5. Basics of X-ray diffraction (Bragg law, reciprocal lattice, symmetry of diffraction image, systematic absences of reflections. 6. Bases of crystal structures. 7. Structure of metals and alloys (solid solutions, intermetallic compounds, Laves phases, interstitial alloys, Hume-Rothery phases, valent intermetallic compounds. 8. Ionic structures (ionic radius, lattice energy, Pauling's rules). 9. Main types of ionic structures. 10. Silicates. Covalent networks. 11. Molecular crystals (interatomic interactions, lattice energy). 12. Can structure of a molecular crystal be predicted? 13. Supramolecular structures. 14. Structures of proteins. Structure-property relationship (throughout the lectures).
Literature:
  1. 1. A. R. West: Solid State Chemistry and its Applications, Wiley, New York, 1998.
    2. D. Grdenić, Molekule i kristali, Školska knjiga, Zagreb, 2005.
  2. C. Giacovazzo, H.L. Monaco, D. Viterbo et al.: Fundamentals of Crystallography, 2. izd., IUCr, Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford 2002.
1. semester
Mandatory course - Mandatory smjer - Analytical and inorganic chemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Analytical and organic chemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Analytical and physical chemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Analytical chemistry and biochemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Biochemistry and organic chemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Biochemistry and physical chemistry
Mandatory course - Mandatory smjer - Inorganic and organic chemistry
Mandatory course - Mandatory smjer - Inorganic and physical chemistry
Mandatory course - Mandatory smjer - Inorganic chemistry and biochemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Physical and organic chemistry

3. semester
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Analytical and organic chemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Analytical and physical chemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Analytical chemistry and biochemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Biochemistry and organic chemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Biochemistry and physical chemistry
Izborni predmeti izvan odabranih grana - Mandatory smjer - Physical and organic chemistry
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