大学化学 >> 2017, Vol. 32 >> Issue (6): 86-92.doi: 10.3866/PKU.DXHX201611013

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将矿物学理论与实验知识引入基础无机化学教学的探讨

王志鹏1,2,*()   

  1. 1 清华大学化学系, 北京 100084
    2 Department of Chemistry, TexasA & M University, Texas 77840, USA
  • 发布日期:2017-06-03
  • 通讯作者: 王志鹏 E-mail:wzpchem1991@gmail.com

Discussion on the Introduction of Theoretical Principles and Experimental Details of Mineralogy in the Fundamental Inorganic Chemistry Education

A. Zhipeng WANG1,2,*()   

  1. 1 Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, P. R. China
    2 Department of Chemistry, Texas A & M University, Texas 77840, USA
  • Published:2017-06-03
  • Contact: A. Zhipeng WANG E-mail:wzpchem1991@gmail.com

摘要:

矿物学是与无机化学密不可分的兄弟学科之一。无机化学知识的一个重要来源就是人类对矿物的观察与研究,同时元素化学的基础研究也被广泛应用于矿物学。对于矿物的认识可以加深学生对于无机化学理论联系实际的感性和理性认识,并进一步熟悉相关元素的性质。本文从基础无机化学教学的角度整理了矿物学的理论与实验教学要点,并以多种典型矿物为实验对象描述其实验性质,并阐述如何结合矿物实例进行矿物学理论与实验的教学。将矿物学相关内容引入基础无机化学教学,不失为一种交叉学科与基础化学教育相结合的新模式。

关键词: 矿物学, 无机化学, 元素化学, 化学教学

Abstract:

Mineralogy is one of the brotherly sub-disciplines closely related to inorganic chemistry. Its observations and sequential studies have long been one of the most important resources for the generation of inorganic chemistry knowledge, and the basic principles of elemental chemistry have been widely applied to the development of mineralogy. The ideas of mineralogy can possibly deepen the graphic and rational understanding of how to apply chemical principles into natural mineral systems, and facilitate the management of various properties of each elements, which is of high benefit to the next generation. This manuscript starts with the summarization of instructive cores in the mineralogy principle and laboratory education, followed by the observation and property study of multiple representable miners as experimental models, as well as the analysis of how to teach mineralogy with the combination of real case studies. The concept is opening the door for a novel education mode as the combination of basic knowledge and interdisciplinary frontiers to introduce mineral-related contents into fundamental inorganic chemistry education.

Key words: Mineralogy, Inorganic chemistry, Elemental chemistry, Chemical education

MSC2000: 

  • G64