Dr. Michael Lufaso
E-mail: e-mail
Office Hours: TR 1:30-4 pm, Bldg/office - 50/2716
Lecture: TR 4:30-5:45 pm, Bldg/lecture room - 50/1400
UNF Blackboard for lecture scores

L.E. Smart and Moore, "Solid State Chemistry An Introduction", 4th edition, ISBN 978-1-4398-4790-9 (required)

Supplemental Textbooks:
S.E. Dann, "Reactions and Characterization of Solids", ISBN 0-471-22481-2 (recommended)
R. Tilley, Understanding Solids: The Science of Materials
A.R. West, "Basic Solid State Chemistry"

Solid State Chemistry Lecture Notes: (tentative)
Ch. 1
Chapter 1 Introduction to Crystal Structures
Ch. 2
Chapter 2 Physical Methods for Characterizing Solids
Ch. 3
Chapter 3 Synthesis of solids
Ch. 4
Chapter 4 Bonding in Solids and Electronic Properties
Ch. 5 - AgI
Chapter 5 Defects and Non-stoichiometry
Ch. 6 - Zeolite A
Chapter 6 Microporous and Mesoporous Solids
Ch. 7
Chapter 7 Optical Properties of Solids
Ch. 8
Chapter 8 Magnetic and Electrical Properties
Ch. 9
Chapter 9 Superconductivity
Ch. 10
Chapter 10 Nanostructures and Solids with Low-Dimensional Properties

Homework 1
Homework 2
Homework 3
Homework 4
Homework 5
FD3MZ-Faujasite_zeolite.diamdoc, Pm-3m-Zeolite_A_Na12Al12Si12O48.diamdoc, P63mmc-Gmelinite-zeolite.diamdoc, P-43n-Sodalite-zeolite.diamdoc.

See the syllabus for exam dates. Final exam schedule
Exam 1 - Exam 1 Study Guide
Exam 2 - Exam 2 Study Guide
Exam 3 - Exam 3 Study Guide
Final Exam - Final Exam Study Guide

Course Resources:
General Chemistry I, General Chemistry II, Inorganic Chemistry, Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Crystallographic CourseWare from Bucknell, plane group symmetry elements (glide planes)
Crystallography In a Nutshell - By Charles E. Strouse - UCLA
Symmetry Resources and Tutorial
Symmetry and Point Groups - Many Examples
Chemistry, Structures and 3D Molecules at 3Dchem.com
Miller index practice
Rotatable Solid State Structures at the University of Sydney
MIT OpenCourseWare - Introduction to Solid State Chemistry

Are you interested in Materials Chemistry? Check out the Materials Chemistry track in the Department of Chemistry at UNF.

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