GENERAL AND INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

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Credits: 
10
Site: 
PARMA
Year of erogation: 
2020/2021
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Disciplinary Sector: 
General and Inorganic Chemistry
Semester: 
First semester
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Learning outcomes of the course unit

The student should obtain knowledge of the theoretical fundamentals and of the application of the modern general and inorganic chemistry

Prerequisites

Elemental knowledge of Mathematics and Physics

Course contents summary

THE ATOMIC NATURE OF MATTER AND THE ATOMIC STRUCTURE
CHEMICAL BONDING
THE GASEOUS STATE
THE SOLID STATE
THE LIQUID STATE
STATES OF THE MATTER AND PHASE TRANSITION
SOLUTIONS
THERMODYNAMICS
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
ACID-BASE EQUILIBRIA AND DISSOLUTION AND PRECIPITATION EQUILIBRIA
ELECTROCHEMISTRY
CHEMICAL KINETICS
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
STOICHIOMETRY

Course contents

THE ATOMIC NATURE OF MATTER AND THE ATOMIC STRUCTURE
CHEMICAL BONDING
THE GASEOUS STATE
THE SOLID STATE
THE LIQUID STATE
STATES OF THE MATTER AND PHASE TRANSITION
SOLUTIONS
THERMODYNAMICS
CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
ACID-BASE EQUILIBRIA AND DISSOLUTION AND PRECIPITATION EQUILIBRIA
ELECTROCHEMISTRY
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
STOICHIOMETRY

Recommended readings

J.C.KOTZ, P.TREICHEL, G.WEAVER: "Chimica", IV edizione, 2010, EdiSES, Napoli.

P.ATKINS, L.JONES: "Principi di chimica", III edizione, 2012, Zanichelli, Bologna.

N. J. TRO: "Chimica un approccio molecolare", Edises, Napoli.

Petrucci et al.: "Chimica generale", Piccin, Padova.

Teaching methods

Lessons and exercises

Assessment methods and criteria

Oral examination

Other informations

Classroom tutoring; slides supplied in PDF.