Knowledge: The course provides the student with an opportunity to
address several practical experiences using the approach of the
researcher and therefore no longer that, although very useful, of the
replication of an experimental result.
The course highlights the importance of the observation of the
phenomenon with respect to the replication of the phenomenon.
One of the aims of the course is to teach the students how to establish
the methodology and procedure for running an experiment.
The chemical basis of important phenomena of inorganic chemistry are
explained, focusing onhow to exploit the properties of substances and
materials for the construction of an operating "device".
Understanding: great importance is given to the experimental approach
and how to exploit the properties of individual substances and materials
both to confirm what has been studied