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2021/2022

Physical Chemistry 4

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Code Completion Credits Range
15FCHA4 Z,ZK 4 2P+2C
Lecturer:
Viliam Múčka (guarantor)
Tutor:
Lenka Prouzová Procházková
Supervisor:
Department of Nuclear Chemistry
Synopsis:

In the first part of the Physical chemistry 4 devoted to reaction kinetics, the course is focused on the reaction rate, isolated reactions of various orders, simultaneous reactions, flow-through reactors and temperature dependence of the rate constants. Hard-sphere collision theory, activated-complex theory and chemical dynamics are thoroughly discussed here. The chain reactions of atoms and free radicals and reactions in liquid solutions are discussed, too. These subjects are trained by solving of selected reaction systems.

Requirements:

Differential and integral calculus, general chemistry

Syllabus of lectures:

1.Rates and orders of chemical reactions

2.First-, second-, third- and other order reactions

3.Simultaneous reactions and flow- through reactors

4.Temperature and rates

5.Various theories of reaction rates

6.Chain and fast reactions

7.Reactions in liquid solutions

Syllabus of tutorials:

1.Various expression of reaction rate, the rate constant

2.First and second order reactions, kinetic equations of power type.

3,Determination of the reaction order by integral method.

4.Determination of reaction order by differential method.

5.Determination of the reaction order by half-lives method.

6.Chemical kinetics of homogeneous systems.

7.Parallel reactions.

8.Consecutive reactions.

9.Reversible reactions.

10.Mechanism of chain reactions.

11.Temperature dependence of reaction rate, calculation of the activation energy.

12.Introduction to the kinetic of heterogeneous reactions.

Study Objective:

The course provides the students with the knowledge of the fundamentals of reaction kinetics as well as the structure of solids. The students will acquire competence to solve basic problems of reaction kinetics and to investigate the basic parameters of crystal structures.

Study materials:

Key Literature:

1.P. Atkins, J. de Paula: Physical Chemistry, 7th Ed., Oxford University press, Oxford, New York 2002

2.I. N. Levine: Physical Chemistry, 6th Ed., McGraw-Hill Company, Inc., New York 2009

Recommended Literature:

3.R. Chang.: Chemistry, 9th Ed., McGraw-Hill, New York, 2007

4.C. Murphy, B. Hathaway: Physical Chemistry Calculation. Royal Society of Chemistry, 1997

5.T. Turanyi, A. S. Tomlin: Analysis of Kinetic Reaction Mechanisms, Springer, Berlin, 2014

Note:
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