Fundamentals of Chemistry 2 TX00DJ39-3002 28.10.2019-20.12.2019 5 credits(TXM19S1)+-
Learning outcomes of the course
After completion of the course the student understands the concept of chemical reaction equilibrium and is able to conduct equilibrium calculations on the concentration scale related to general reversible reactions, weak acids and bases and dissolution-deposition reactions. He/she is also able to apply the ideal gas law, understands the basic principles of reaction heats and is familiar with the concepts of oxidation and reduction and their application.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Fundamentals of Chemistry 1
1. States of matter: further application of the ideal gas law, concepts related to liquids (viscosity, surface tension)
2. Basics of thermochemistry.
3. Chemical reaction:
- oxidation and reduction
- stoichiometry of oxidation-reduction reactions
- reversible reactions => the concept of chemical equilibrium
- the principle of Le Chatelier
- calculation of chemical equilibria
4. Deepening the concepts of acids and bases:
- calculation of the pH of weak acids and bases
5. Dissolution and deposition: calculations based on the concepts of equilibrium
6. Introduction to analytical chemistry: experimental uncertainty, the most important analytical techniques.
- knows the basic concepts of course, is able to conduct basic calculations and shows that he or she has reached the goals of core competence
- has become familiar with the concepts and principles of course. He or she is able to explain and interpret chemical formulae and equations related to chemical phenomena.
- can use basic concepts and knowledge logically and solve applied exercises of chemistry related to his or her study field