Course title
Inorganic Materials Chemistry

oishi tomoji
Course content
Inorganic materials are presently used in a variety of products and have become indispensable in our lives. New substances such as fullerene, the carbon nanotube, and high temperature superconductors are being discovered and used in a variety of applications. Inorganic materials chemistry has also become a major area of research in the field of nanotechnology. An overview of inorganic materials, their structure and physical properties will be given in this course. The course will also discuss the production method and properties of single crystals, polycrystals, and amorphous materials in fibrous, powder, porous, and membranous form, among others. The applications and functions of inorganic materials in optical, electromagnetic, thermal, structural, and biological materials will be reviewed.
Purpose of class
Understanding the latest inorganic materials and production method
Goals and objectives
  1. Understanding the latest inorganic materials
  2. Understanding the production methods of inorganic materials
  3. Understanding the formation methods for functional thin film
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Inorganic material Preparation on Inorganic material 200minutes
2. New glass Preparation on New glass 200minutes
3. New carbon Preparation on New carbon 200minutes
4. Amorphous silicon Preparation on Amorphous silicon 200minutes
5. Super conducting materials Preparation on Super conducting materials 200minutes
6. Dielectric materials Preparation on Dielectric materials 200minutes
7. Solid electrolyte Preparation on Solid electrolyte 200minutes
8. Magnetic materials Preparation on Magnetic materials 200minutes
9. Emitting materials Preparation on Emitting materials 200minutes
10. Optical fiber Preparation on Optical fiber 200minutes
11. Inorganic materials and industrial applications Preparation on Inorganic materials and industrial applications 200minutes
12. Utilization of inorganic materials:functinal thin films and their formation methods Preparation on Utilization of inorganic materials:functinal thin films and their formation methods 200minutes
13. Inorganic fiber Preparation on Inorganic fiber 200minutes
14. Summary Summary 200minutes
Total. - - 2800minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

Report Total.
1. 100% 100%
Total. 100% -
Evaluation method and criteria
With reports on chosen topics (100%), a grade of 60% or higher will be required to pass
The credit requires over 60% of total scores on the reports of which include the topics of goals and objectives.
Textbooks and reference materials
Brinker and Schere, Sol-Gel Science, Academic Press
Review of Inorganic Chemistry I, II
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
  • Friday, 16:00-17:00
Relation to the environment
Non-environment-related course
Development of social and professional independence
    Active-learning course
    Course by professor with work experience
    Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicatable
    N/A N/A
    Last modified : Thu Mar 21 15:37:32 JST 2019