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Grao en Química
  Inorganic Chemistry 2
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Identifying Data 2020/21
Subject (*) Inorganic Chemistry 2 Code 610G01022
Study programme
Grao en Química
Descriptors Cycle Period Year Type Credits
Graduate 2nd four-month period
Second Obligatory 6
Teaching method Face-to-face
Department Química
Vazquez Garcia, Digna
Fernandez Lopez, Alberto A.
Lopez Torres, Margarita
Martínez Calvo, Miguel
Platas Iglesias, Carlos
Vazquez Garcia, Digna
Web http://(En construcción)
General description Historically, the study of Chemistry has been divided in large areas of knowledge which included Inorganic Chemistry among them. This discipline includes experimental investigation and theoretical interpretation of the properties and reactivity of all elements of the periodic table as well as the compounds derived from them. Therefore, two of the most characteristic features of Inorganic Chemistry are in first place, the great diversity of contents and second, its interdisciplinary nature. The significance of Inorganic Chemistry goes beyond of purely academic boundaries. Thus, in our daily lives, we can find a great variety of inorganic products which are commonly used. It can be remarked the significant implications in industrial and technological processes which contribute decisively to the development of society. In the curriculum of the Degree in Chemistry of the UDC and according to academic organization criteria, Inorganic Chemistry is scheduled in the second year of the Degree and planned in two theoretical-practical courses: Inorganic Chemistry 1 and Inorganic Chemistry 2. Inorganic Chemistry 2 focuses on the systematic study and synthesis of the elements of groups 13 and 14 and the metallic elements, as well as the study of the synthesis and properties of the compounds derived from these elements. From an academic point of view, this course settles the basis for the advanced Inorganic Chemistry courses and for the majority of other areas of knowledge.
Contingency plan 1. Modifications to the contents. In the case of this course there are no modifications in the contents. 2. Methodologies *Teaching methodologies that are maintained. All teaching methodologies are maintained. Those activities that were carried out face to face, will be carried out virtually on the work platforms used by the UDC. In the event that part of the students cannot continue with face-to-face teaching, asynchronous means will be used (email, recordings of the exhibition sessions, specific multimedia material ...) *Teaching methodologies that are modified. In the case of this course there are no modifications. 3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students. Tutorial support will be provided when required by the students, through the use of online tools such as the Microsoft Teams Platform, institutional email from UDC or Moodle. 4. Modifications in the evaluation. - The evaluation will be carried out using platforms such as Moodle, Office 365 package tools and / or applications available on the Internet. - All the evaluable activities and their weight in their qualification do not vary. *Evaluation observations: 5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy. In the case of this course there are no modifications in the contents.
(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.
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