Chimica e Propedeutica Biochimica L. Binaglia, B. Giardina – Mc Graw Hill Ed. Chimica. I Bertini, C. Luchinat, F. Mani – Second Ed. – Casa Editrice Ambrosiana. 1. P. Zanello, S. Mangani, G. Valensin, Le basi della Chimica,Casa Editrice Ambrosiana. 2. i, at, , Chimica, Casa Editrice Ambrosiana. 3. Bertini, Ivano; Luchinat, Claudio; Mani, Fabrizio, Chimica inorganicaIvano Bertini, Claudio Luchinat, Fabrizio Mani. Milano: Casa Editrice Ambrosiana,
|Published (Last):||14 April 2018|
|PDF File Size:||20.85 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||2.87 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Information on the course unit. The class of “General and Inorganic Chemistry” can be fruitfully attended also by those who have no prior knowledge of chemistry. However, because of the kind of the explanations that will be given during lectures, it is important that the Students already master some basic skills about the numerical calculus, in particular: Target skills and knowledge: The class of “General and Inorganic Chemistry” aims to provide the Student basic chemistry concepts needed to pave the basis for all further teachings of the curriculum having chemical content and to grant a fruitful learning of the same.
In particular, the chemistry of aqueous solutions will be emphasized, to enable a quicker grasp of specialized knowledge on the behavior of drugs. At the end of the lectures the Student: The assessment consists of a written test eventually integrated with an oral examination. The oral integration takes place only upon request of the Candidates holding that the evaluation of the written test is inadequate.
The aim of the written test is to verify that the Candidate has gained the knowledge described along the objectives of the course and the ability of the Candidate of translating into quantitative terms the theoretical knowledge gained.
The written test is passed only when the elaborate or the body of the elaborates of the Candidate gets a positive rating. The rating gained by passing the written test is the final rating of the Candidate, unless the Candidate applies to take an oral integration. In this case, the final grade will be given on the basis of the overall assessment of the tests undertaken and will not necessarily be an improvement over the one obtained in the written test alone.
If the written examination is passed through “in itinere” tests, the proposed final rating coincides with the arithmetic average of the marks given in single tests. The final examination is designed to assess the degree of achievement of the main teaching objectives: Note on the “Objectives Agenda ” see below.
Chemistry has a pervasive impact on our life. The Teacher holds that the topics of the course, placed in the context of real life, are relevant to all the themes of the Agenda noted below.
Atomic nature of matter. Atom and subatomic particles. Atomic number, mass number, isotopes. Atomic and molecular weights. The Periodic Table and periodic properties. Ionic dissociation and ionic form of a chemical equation. Balance of chemical reactions in aqueous solution. Limiting reagent and reaction percentage yield.
Theory of chemical bonding according to Lewis. Covalent and ionic bond. Simple and multiple bonds. Energy of chemical bonds. VB theory and hybridization. Bond dipoles and molecular dipoles. Coordination compounds and relevant nomenclature outline. Pressure and measurement of pressure. Laws by Boyle, Charles, Avogadro. Van der Waals equation.
Ambrosiwna phases and phase transitions. Normal melting and boiling points. Methods for measuring solution concentration. Raoult’s laws for the non-volatile and volatile solute. Solubility of gases; Henry’s law. Solubility dependence upon the nature of solute, solvent and temperature. Colligative properties of solutions.
Osmosis and osmotic pressure. Thermodynamics applied to chemistry. Foundations of the chemical equilibrium. Law of mass action. Kc, Kp and reaction quotient. Factors influencing chemical equilibrium temperature, pressure and concentration. Chemical equilibria in solution. Autoprotolysis of water and Kw.
Acid-base equilibrium in aqueous solution. Arrhenius, Bronsted and Lewis’ acids. Solubility product, Kps, precipitation. Solubility of hydroxides, amphoteric hydroxides, sulfides. Electrochemical course of a reaction. Galvanic cells, half-cells, salt bridge, cathode, anode.
Normal hydrogen electrode and standard reduction potentials. EMF of a cell. Table of standard potentials.
Università degli Studi di Perugia
Forecast of the course of redox reactions. Properties of the elements of the Periodic Table. Production of primary substances such as ammonia, nitric acid and others. Planned learning activities and teaching methods: The course consists of classroom lectures scheduled 64 hours and stoichiometry tutorials scheduled 24 hours. The Teacher explains the relevance of the topics by giving practical examples of their application in the Students’ future professional milieu.
The aim of the lectures is to transfer the theoretical bases pertinent to the discussed topics. The tutorials are hold in parallele to lectures, at the end of a series of lectures giving coherent informations.
The goals of the tutorials are: Additional notes about suggested reading: The teacher recommends frequent attendance and participation to lectures.
The Teacher also recommends re-elaboration of the lecture notes, individually and in groups. No materials xerox copies, slides, CD Known ‘errata corrige’ of this text can be found at www. Silberbergedizione italiana a cura di Silvia Licoccia. Libreria internazionale Cortina, Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, Consigliato per approfondimento su temi di chimica inorganica.
Teaching and learning strategies. Lecturing Problem based learning Case study Working in group Questioning Flipped classroom Peer assessment Loading of files and pages web pages, Moodle, Software or applications used.
Moodle files, quizzes, workshops, First cycle degree courses. Single cycle degree courses. Department of Pharmaceutical and Pharmacological Sciences. Planned learning activities and teaching methods:.
Textbooks and optional supplementary readings.