Physical Chemistry Calculations 2
- Department of Nuclear Chemistry
Course of Physical chemistry calculations follows the lecture Chemical thermodynamics and Electrochemistry and theory of the solutions and is directed to the solving of practical problems of physical chemistry systems.
To attend lectures Electrochemistry and theory of solutions 15ETR1 and Chemical Thermodynamics 15CHT
- Syllabus of lectures:
- Syllabus of tutorials:
3.Equilibrium constant and its temperature dependence.
5.Calculation of equilibrium constant from thermodynamic data.
6.Effects of equilibrium conditions changes on the chemical equilibrium.
7.Electrolytes solutions, activity coefficients.
8.The solutions of weak and strong electrolytes, acids, bases and salts.
12.Constants of complexity.
- Study Objective:
Solving of practical problems of physical chemistry systems.
- Study materials:
IRA N. LEVINE: Physical Chemistry B. Recommended reference
MURPHY, C. MURPHY, B. HATHAWAY, Physical Chemistry Calculation1
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans: