Code:HOH501                          SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY

       The course is an important part of training program in inorganic and applied chemistry. It provides students fundamental knowledge about solid state chemistry, ability about application of suitable methods to synthesize and study solid material.


Code:HOH502                          COORDINATION CHEMISTRY       

       This course is designed for students majoring in Inorganic Chemistry. This course provides students with the theoretically fundamental and modern knowledge about the structure and bonding of complexes, the dynamics and mechanisms of ligand exchange reaction and oxidation reaction on central atoms of transition metal complexe.



       This course includes (1) the principles, (2) factors affecting the process, (3) methods used in laboratories and in chemical industry. These contents are used as the fundamental base for the main goal: (4) main equipments used in laboratories and in chemical industry. This course also provides knowledge concerning materials, device calculation and energy.


Code:HOH504                           INORGANIC SYNTHESIS

       Methods for inorganic synthesis can be considered under various perspectives. Beside the classic viewpoint which divide processes into acid-base reactions and oxidation-reduction reactions, other viewpoints studies synthesis process following phase states, kinetics of reaction, temperatures and pressures, reaction conditions… The richness and complexity of synthesis process as well as the sophistication in controlling reaction condition make these viewpoints become really important. This course presents the problematics of Inorganic Synthesis in this diversity, and more specially focuses on recent methods.


Code: HOH505                           INORGANIC MATERIALS   

       This course is the essential part of Inorganic & Applied Chemistry formation program. Its content includes 3 main parts:

• Part A provides students with knowledge about bonding characteristics, structure and properties at crystal state and melting state of inorganic materials

• Part B presents fundamental knowledge about physical-chemical process for modification and synthesis of materials, factors affecting the composition, structure and properties of materials…

• Part C mentions chemical and physical properties of some inorganic materials: cementing materials, glass, ceramics. The couse also presents electrical, magnetic materials.


Code: HOH506                           ADVANCED PRACTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 1

       This lab course is the essential part of Inorganic Chemistry formation program. Its content focuses on the synthesis and characterization of various inorganic materials. Many synthesis methods are applied to prepare products with desired properties. The properties are studied by typical characterization methods such as UV/Vis spectroscopy, IR spectroscopy, optical microscopy, thermal analysis, X ray diffraction…




Code: HOH546                           METHODS FOR MATERIAL CHARACTERIZATION

       This course presents important characterization methods used in material study. These methods include X ray diffraction, optical microscopy, electronic microscopy, X ray photoelectronic spectroscopy, thermal analysis… For each method, this course describes the principle, device structure, characterization technique, application domaine, factors affecting results, methods for result treatment, methods for sample preparation.



       This course focuses on concentration methods, including gravity recruitment, flotation recruitement, magnetic recuitement and electrical recruitement. These methods are describes by presenting the principle, factors affecting process, devices and application domaine. The problemes of material treatment are also incestigated.


Code: HOH541                           PHASE DIAGRAM

       This course is designed for Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry. It provides students with knowledge and skill to understand, construct, qualitatively and quantitatively analyze different phase diagrams.



       Subject provides for student knowledges about: (1) Collect, analysis experimental datas and aprreciate laboratory equipments (2) Modeling the chemical reaction on basis of ideal device (isothermal device, non-isothermal device, single phase device, multiple phase device).


Code : HOH543                          AQUACHEMISTRY

      This subject is an important part of the education program of inorganic and applied chemistry department. Aquachemstry introduces the basis information of natural water quality and the basic theory of water treatment process, water treatment methods (for household and industries).

       In this course, there has a visit to water factory for student to see the water treatment process in real.

      In practical path, students do a practical seminar or practical thesis with subjects are natural water and waste water in city.


 CODE: HOH544                       ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY

        This subject provides for student knowledges about organometallic chemistry. It consists of types of organometallic complex, methods of preparation of organometallic complex through addition reaction and substitution reaction. This subject also introduces properties and chemical reactions of alkyl, aryl, carbonyl, isonitryl, cianur, acetylur components and types of complex.


CODE: HOH545                        EXTRACTION

       This subject provides for student knowledges about liquid extraction process: essence of distribution process, chemical equilibrium, phase equilibrium in extraction systerm. This subject also indicates mechanism of extraction of inorganic and organic compounds when using different extraction compounds, factors affecting the effective of extraction process.

       The applications of liquid extraction, methods and chemical reaction techniques of extraction processes are introduced.


code: HOH547                        ADVANCED PRACTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2

       This lab course is the selectional course in the formation program of Department of Inorganic and Applied Chemistry in order to improve the experiment capacity for students, such as the synthetic skill and analytical skill on experiment data, then the presentation skill on scientific results. This course content focuses on planning synthesis process for some inorganic compounds with various conditions, and characterization methods, like UV/VIS spectroscopy, IR spectroscopy, the scanning electronic microscopy, X ray diffraction…



       This subject provides for student basic knowledges about molecular symmetry and apply its in chemistry with level of decription (not quantum calculating)