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Course, academic year 2019/2020
Chemistry and toxicology: Seminar - N504001
Title: Seminář z chemie a toxikologie
Guaranteed by: University Centre UCT Prague - Unipetrol (504)
Faculty: University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Actual: from 2015 to 2021
Semester: winter
Points: winter s.:1
E-Credits: winter s.:1
Examination process: winter s.:
Hours per week, examination: winter s.:0/2, C [HT]
Capacity: unknown / unknown (unknown)
Min. number of students: unlimited
Language: Czech
Teaching methods: full-time
For type:  
Guarantor: Herink Tomáš doc. Ing. Ph.D.
Examination dates   Schedule   
Annotation -
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The aim of this course is to expand the basic knowledge of general, inorganic and organic chemistry, which are necessary for the following courses of Inorganic Chemistry for Bachelor´s and Organic Chemistry for Bachelor´s. These seminars emphasize the chemical nomenclature, quantification of redox equations, the general trends in physical and chemical properties of the periodic table, the knowledge of Lewis acids and bases and important properties of inorganic and organic compounds.
Aim of the course -
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The students will be able to have knowledge of inorganic and organic chemistry at the level corresponding to secondary schools focused on natural science.

Literature -
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R: Sedmidubský D., Flemr V., Svoboda J., Cibulka R. : Základy chemie pro bakaláře, VŠCHT Praha (2011), 978-80-7080-790-3

R: Flemr V., Holečková E. : Úlohy z názvosloví a chemických výpočtů v anorganické chemii VŠCHT Praha(2001),80-7080-435-1

Learning resources -
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D.Sedmidubský et al.: Power Point presentations OACH-I -

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Requirements to the exam -
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Students will write following tests: 1) two control tests during the seminars and 2) final credit test.

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1.Electron configuration of atoms and ions, periodic table of elements - trends properties, oxidation states and their stabilities.

2.Chemical reactions and quantification of equations - reactions with and without changing the oxidation state.

3.Molecular elementary non-metals and their compounds - octet rule, electron patterns, formal charge, the basic shapes of molecules, hybridization, polarity binding and bond energy. Basic molecular oxides, hydrides and halides (nomenclature and activity).

4.Ions in solutions and their salts. Properties of water dissociation, pH, hydration, hydrolysis, nomenclature of cations and anions, hydrogen halides and their acidity.

5.Ionic crystals, solubility of salts, oxoanions and oxoacids, hydroxy anions.

6. Coordination compounds and metals - coordination numbers, shapes of complexes, ligands, basic terminology, structure and bonding in metals, preparation and production of technologically important metals.

7.Solid compounds of metals and nonmetals - structure of binary compounds, oxides and their redox and acido-basic properties, covalent halides, important sulfides, nitrides, amides, carbides.

8.Trends of physical and chemical properties resulting from the periodic table.

9.Lewis´ theory and its aspects on the structure and reactions of inorganic compounds.

10.Alkans and cycloalkanes - nomenclature principles, spatial structure, reactivity (radical substitution - halogenations, oxidation).

11.Alkens and alkynes - nomenclature, isomerization, reaction (electrophilic addition, radical addition, oxidation), dienes.

12.Aromatic hydrocarbons - simple and cyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (arens), their reactivity and derivatives.

13.Derivates from hydrocarbons - Halogen-derivates, organometallic compounds, alcohols and phenols.

14.Derivates from hydrocarbons - aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acids, nitro compounds, and amines.

Registration requirements -
Last update: Kubová Petra Ing. (25.08.2015)

the basic knowledge of chemistry, physics and mathematics