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Course, academic year 2019/2020
  
Chemistry of Inorganic Materials I - N107007
Title: Chemie anorganických materiálů I
Guaranteed by: Department of Glass and Ceramics (107)
Actual: from 2019
Semester: winter
Points: winter s.:4
E-Credits: winter s.:4
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:2/1 C+Ex [hours/week]
Capacity: unknown / unknown (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
Language: Czech
Teaching methods: full-time
Level:  
Is provided by: M107002
For type:  
Note: course can be enrolled in outside the study plan
enabled for web enrollment
Guarantor: Míka Martin doc. Dr. Ing.
Is interchangeable with: M107002
This subject contains the following additional online materials
Annotation -
Last update: VED107 (27.11.2013)
The subject is focused on chemical and physical processes that are important for the preparation of new materials with precisely targeted properties. The approach is based on the thermodynamics of phase equilibrium in condensed systems. Substantial attention is paid to chemical equilibrium, reactivity and stability of materials. The subject also involves the thermodynamics of sintering, the precipitation of new phases and the properties of dispersed systems. Examples are presented describing the development and preparation of new advanced materials.
Aim of the course -
Last update: Míka Martin doc. Dr. Ing. (27.08.2013)

Students will be able to:

Solve phase equilibria in one-, two-, and three-component condensed systems.

Calculate the chemical equilibrium of the reactions of pure condensed phases and the reactions in solid and liquid solutions.

Determine the reactivity and stability of glass and ceramics materials.

Select a suitable process for the preparation of new materials with precisely defined properties.

Literature -
Last update: Míka Martin doc. Dr. Ing. (27.08.2013)

R:Šatava V., Rybaříková L., Matoušek J.: Fyzikální chemie silikátů I, SNTL, 1986.

R:Moore W.: Fyzikální chemie, SNTL, 1981, ISBN: 10421852.

A:Šatava V.: Úvod do fyzikální chemie silikátů, SNTL, 1965, ISBN: 0483565.

A:Atkins P., De Paula J.: Atkins’ Physical Chemistry, Oxford University Press, 2002,ISBN: 0198792859.

A:Babushkin V.I., Matveyev G.M., Mchedlov-Petrossyan O.P.: Thermodynamics of Silicates, Springer, 1985,ISBN: 038712750X.

Learning resources -
Last update: Míka Martin doc. Dr. Ing. (23.08.2013)

www.mrs.org, ceramics.org, www.icglass.org

Teaching methods -
Last update: Míka Martin doc. Dr. Ing. (23.08.2013)

In the lectures, many examples are included illustrating the preparation of new advanced materials with precisely targeted properties. Practical experience is presented about composition optimization and the preparation of particular materials. Subject topics are explained in detail on seminars.

Syllabus -
Last update: Míka Martin doc. Dr. Ing. (23.08.2013)

1. Basic characterization of non-metallic materials.

2. High-temperature phase equilibria in one-component systems.

3. Phase diagrams and equilibrium pressures of important compounds.

4. High-temperature phase diagrams of binary systems.

5. High-temperature phase diagrams of ternary systems.

6. Construction of phase diagrams.

7. Chemical reaction equilibrium of pure condensed phases.

8. Chemical reaction equilibrium in solid and liquid solutions.

9. Reactivity and stability of glass and ceramic materials.

10. Thermodynamic data - tabulation, standard states.

11. Phase equilibrium on curved surfaces.

12. Dispersed systems and their properties.

13. Precipitation of a new phase by nucleation and spinodal decomposition.

14. Thermodynamics of sintering.

Registration requirements -
Last update: VED107 (27.08.2013)

General and Inorganic Chemistry I, Physical Chemistry I

Teaching methods
Activity Credits Hours
Účast na přednáškách 1 28
Příprava na přednášky, semináře, laboratoře, exkurzi nebo praxi 1 28
Příprava na zkoušku a její absolvování 1,5 42
Účast na seminářích 0,5 14
4 / 4 112 / 112
Coursework assessment
Form Significance
Regular attendance 25
Continuous assessment of study performance and course -credit tests 35
Oral examination 40

 
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