“Inorganic Chemistry 3” is a compulsory subject in the 1st semester of the 3rd year of the Degree in Chemistry. This subject belongs to the module "Inorganic Chemistry" and is dedicated to the study of Coordination Compounds and Inorganic Solids, both from the standpoint of the structures and bonding, as the reactivity of the former. For the study of this subject is essential to have well-established skills of “Inorganic Chemistry 1”, “Inorganic Chemistry 2”, “Physical Chemistry 1” and “Physical Chemistry 2” (all of the 2nd year). “Inorganic Chemistry 3” serves as the foundation for “Inorganic Chemistry 4” (3rd year, 2nd semester), “Advanced Inorganic Chemistry” and “Materials Science” courses (both of the 4th year).
1. Modifications in the contents.
In principle, the contents are maintained in their entirety. If necessary for reasons of force majeure, it will be possible to opt for a more general presentation, which in any case will cover all the most relevant aspects of the subject.
* Teaching methodologies that are maintained
The methodologies will be maintained, but will be carried out in "online mode", i.e. using the TIC tools available to the institution. In the case that part of the students cannot connect and follow the classes in real time, asynchronous methods will be used (e-mail, recordings of the exhibition sessions, more personalized tutorials...).
* Teaching methodologies that change
Objective tests will be online tests that will be conducted using Moodle or equivalent tools, tracked by TEAMS.
3. Mechanisms of personalized attention to students.
Students will receive tutorials through the Teams platform or by corporate email.
4. Modifications in the evaluation.
If all students could continue with the non-presential teaching without difficulty, it will be evaluated in the same way as in the presential teaching.
Students who are unable to follow synchronous activities online will be assessed for equivalent activities performed asynchronously.
* Evaluation observations:
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy.
There are no changes in the bibliography / webgraphy.
(*)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.