Luis Fernando Sánchez-Barba Merlo




Luis is a Lecture Professor in Inorganic Chemistry at University Rey Juan Carlos since 2006, and he obtained his PhD from the University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain). He divides his time between organometallic and polymerization research and teaching inorganic and general chemistry at university. He has published several international articles in innovative higher education related with the development and assessment of higher-order thinking skills in chemistry courses. His research interests include advanced macromolecular architectures, functional materials and main group metal catalysts. He has been awarded several times, highlighting the “Marie Curie” Fellowship by the European Commission. He is currently focused on the development of polymeric biomaterials via group-2 catalysts.

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This course deals with the study of the basis in the metal and metalloid elements of the so-called Main Groups in the Periodic Table and their important role in Our Daily Life. During the course, students will address the dissemination of the most relevant physical and chemical properties of these elements, which are commonly treated in a specific inorganic chemistry course, through the assistance of spectacular lab videos. In addition, the obtaining process of the most industrially demanded elements as well as basic chemicals derived from them, in conjunction with the study of their amazing applications in our daily life, will be extensively covered. The management of these skills are really valuable across many related occupations. This course is great for anyone to start their studies in inorganic chemistry or individuals simply interested in understanding how these elements impact in our daily life. The review of essential key concepts in inorganic and general chemistry.

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