Chemistry 832: Solid State Structural Methods
Spring Quarter 2000

Dr. Allen D. Hunter

Department Of Chemistry
College of Arts and Sciences
School of Graduate Studies and Research
Youngstown State University
One University Plaza
Youngstown, Ohio 44555

5015 Ward Beecher Hall (office)
(330) 742-7176 (Office)
(330) 742-1579 (FAX)

Allen Hunter's Email Address: adhunter@cc.ysu.edu
Allen Hunter's Home Page: http://www.as.ysu.edu/~adhunter/index.html


The following materials listed below are available:
Microsoft Word 97 files as .doc files or in Adobe Portable Document Format Files as .pdf files.
(You may download the FREE Microsoft Word Viewer to read/print the Microsoft Word .doc files
or the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader to read/print the Adobe .pdf files)

Syllabus

Chemistry 832, Spring 2000, Syllabus:
45KB.doc, 21KB.pdf
Black and White Syllabus: 48KB.doc, 21KB.pdf

Revised Spring 2000 Exam Schedule (The one in the printed schedule of classes is wrong)

Useful Teaching/Learning Materials

Description of Chemistry 832:
54KB.doc, 11KB.pdf
Chemistry 832 Goals and Objectives:
30KB.doc or 12KB.pdf
Spectroscopy/Crystallography Structural Methods
Reference List: from Chem. 822 (Organic Analysis)
Organic Analysis Reference List.doc
Crystallography-Diffraction Methods Reference List:
106KB.doc, 57KB.pdf
 
 ALLEN HUNTERíS YOUNGSTOWN STATE UNIVERSITY X-RAY STRUCTURE ANALYSIS LAB MANUAL
Table of Contents and Index: 166KB.pdf file
Covers for Lab Manual: 33KB.pdf file
To get the Complete manual as a .pdf file, email Dr. Hunter
 
YSU Diffraction Complete Holdings.Dec1.1999.F99.html
OhioLink Diffraction Holdings.Dec1.1999.F99.html
 YSU Crystallography Complete Holdings.Dec1.1999.F99.html
 OhioLink Crystallography Holdings.Dec1.1999.F99.html
 
 


Outline Notes for Chemistry 832 Lectures
[Note: These materials are best read on screen in color
but are best printed out in black and white.]
As of may 1st, 2000:
These Notes are Now Current Up Until:
The End of Topic 5
Color Outline Notes:
827KB.doc, 388KB.pdf
Black and While Outline Notes:
797KB.doc, 403KB.pdf
Modified Chapter XIV of ADH's SALM:
Growing Single Crystals Suitable for Diffraction Analysis:
195KB.doc, 62KB.pdf
Black and white: 143KB.doc, 62KB.pdf


Chemistry 832 Lecture Assignments
Due Dates for Lecture Assignments 
for Spring 2000:
22KB.doc or 6KB.pdf
Exercise 1: The Unit Cell:
21KB.doc or 5KB.pdf
Exercise 2: The Crystallographic Paper:
xxxKB.doc or xxxKB.pdf
Exercise 3: Acta Cryst. Section C:
xxxKB.doc or xxxKB.pdf


Chemistry 832 Laboratory Assignments
Due Dates of Lab Assignments for Spring 2000:
22KB.doc or 6KB.pdf
Lab Assignment L1
Introduction to SHELXTL:
25KB.doc or 7KB.pdf
 Lab Assignment L2
X-Ray Absorption:
31KB.doc or 8KB.pdf
Lab Assignment L3
Systematic Approaches to Growing Single Crystals:
29KB.doc or 5KB.pdf
 
Lab Assignment 3:
Diffraction Photographs and Identification of Tentative Unit Cells:
xxxKB.doc or xxxKB.pdf
Lab Assignment 4: 
Determination of Final Unit Cell Parameters:
xxxKB.doc or xxxKB.pdf
Lab Assignment 5: 
Determination of the Crystal Symmetry:
xxxKB.doc or xxxKB.pdf
Lab Assignment 6: 
Determination of Data Collection Parameters and Data Collection:
xxxKB.doc or xxxKB.pdf
Lab Assignment 7: 
Absorption Corrections:
xxxKB.doc or xxxKB.pdf
Lab Assignment 8: 
Data Reduction and SHELX File Generation in XSCANS:
xxxKB.docor xxxKB.pdf
Lab Assignment 9: 
Selecting, Mounting, and Centering Crystals:
xxxKB.doc or xxxKB.pdf
 
Lab Assignment 11: 
Molecular Presentation Graphics and Advanced Tabular Data via SHELXTL:
xxxKB.doc or xxxKB.pdf


Old Exams
Chemistry 832 Mid-Term Exam Spring 1997.doc
 Chemistry 832 Final Exam Spring 1997.doc
Chemistry 832 Mid-Term Exam Spring 1998.doc
Chemistry 832 Final Exam Spring 1998.doc
Chemistry 832 Exam Spring 1999.doc


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