COME RISOLVERE I PROBLEMI DI CHIMICA UGOZZOLI PDF

Knowledge and understanding: At the end of the course the student will have integrated his knowledge about natural phenomena governing the transformation of matter, will have a complete overview of the laws governing the structure of atoms, molecules and compounds; know the theoretical reasons that are at the basis of the energy balance during the transformations of matter, will know how to obtain electrical work by processes of redox transformations. Applying knowledge and understanding: At the end of the course the student will have developed the ability to understand some physical and chemical characteristics of the substances, such as state of aggregation and volatility, hardness and fragility based on the knowledge of their structure. He will know how to quantify spontaneity of chemical and electrochemical processes and quantify the mass and energy balance during these transformations. Making judgments: By the end of the course, the student should be able to evaluate, with critical mind, the experimental measurements of chemical reactions Communication skills: By the end of the course, the student should be able to clearly present the experimental results of chemical reactions. Subatomic particles.

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Knowledge and understanding: At the end of the course the student will have integrated his knowledge about natural phenomena governing the transformation of matter, will have a complete overview of the laws governing the structure of atoms, molecules and compounds; know the theoretical reasons that are at the basis of the energy balance during the transformations of matter, will know how to obtain electrical work by processes of redox transformations.

Applying knowledge and understanding: At the end of the course the student will have developed the ability to understand some physical and chemical characteristics of the substances, such as state of aggregation and volatility, hardness and fragility based on the knowledge of their structure. He will know how to quantify spontaneity of chemical and electrochemical processes and quantify the mass and energy balance during these transformations.

Making judgments: By the end of the course, the student should be able to evaluate, with critical mind, the experimental measurements of chemical reactions Communication skills: By the end of the course, the student should be able to clearly present the experimental results of chemical reactions.

Subatomic particles. Multielectronic atoms and the Aufbau principle. Electron configurations of the elements in the periodic table. Periodic properties of the elements. Polar covalent bond. VB and MO. Metal bond band theory from MO model. Conductors, insulators and semiconductors. Van der Waals forces and hydrogen bond. Types of chemical equations. The Second Law: entropy. Gibbs free energy.

Equation of state of an ideal gas. Real gases. Van der Waals equation. Kinetic theory. Partial pressure and partial volume. Gas Iiquefaction, critical temperature. Vapour tension and its dependence from the temperature. Relative humidity. Fusion and solidification. Water and carbon dioxide phase diagrams. Crystal lattice and lattice planes. Primitive and non-primitive cells. Covalent, ionic, molecular and metallic crystals. Concentration of solutions. Colligative properties of solutions.

The equilibrium constants Kp and Kc. Omogeneous and eterogeneous equilibrium. The Le Chatelier—Braun principle. Phase equilibria. Sulphur fase diagram. Binary systems. Eutectic systems. Solubility and solubility product. Water autoionization. The ionic product of water. The pH scale. Electrolysis and its applications. Stoichiometry of electrolysis. Galvanic cells. Stoichiometry of galvanic processes. Electrode potentials and electromotive force in standard conditions.

Nernst equation. Manotti Lanfredi, A. Lectures using slides available to students via download from the elly website and blackboard. Optional tutorials on practical exercises with the help of dedicated secondary school teachers employed as tutors.

The Professor is available to give extra explanations. The examination is based on a written test 5 exercises and four open theoretical questions - time available: 3 hours and on an oral exam, once the written part has been passed. The exercises of the written part are of the type proposed by the text book and explained during the course. Once the written exam has been passed, it remains valid for an academic year. In the written exam, there are two separate marks for the exercises and the theoretical questions.

Each exercise and each question are marked with a vote ranging from 0 to 10 points. Salta al contenuto principale.

Target Exchange students Prospective students Visiting scholars. General admission requirements Application procedure A. Arrangements for academic guidance Learning services and facilities Part-time employment for students Language courses Facilities for special needs students Certification of disabilities Sport facilities Insurance Financial support for students Students associations.

Home Information on degree programmes. Learning outcomes of the course unit Knowledge and understanding: At the end of the course the student will have integrated his knowledge about natural phenomena governing the transformation of matter, will have a complete overview of the laws governing the structure of atoms, molecules and compounds; know the theoretical reasons that are at the basis of the energy balance during the transformations of matter, will know how to obtain electrical work by processes of redox transformations.

Prerequisites A solid background in physics and mathematics is recommended. No chemical background is needed. Course contents summary The atomic structure of matter Electronic structure of atoms Chemical bonds Nomenclature Thermochemistry and thermodynamics The gaseous state The Iiquid state The solid state Nature of solutions Chemical equilibrium Equilibria in solution Electrochemistry Kinetics Organic Chemistry.

Transition state theory. Factors influencing the rate of a reaction. Recommended readings "Lezioni di Chimica per Ingegneria" F. Teaching methods Lectures using slides available to students via download from the elly website and blackboard. Assessment methods and criteria The examination is based on a written test 5 exercises and four open theoretical questions - time available: 3 hours and on an oral exam, once the written part has been passed.

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