An integrated, applications-focused laboratory-lecture course expanding upon the foundational concepts introduced in CHEM 450. Topics may include transition-metal catalysis, metals in medicine, and metal complexes as materials precursors as well as advanced characterization methods (e.g. X-ray crystallography). Prerequisites: ◆ CHEM 414 - Physical Chemistry II and CHEM 450 - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry I. Grade or P/NC. Offered biannually.