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Transcript
Faculty of Science
Department of
chemistry
Time of lectures:
Instructor:
Office hours:
2015/2016
Semester:
Physical Chemistry (2)
2 ‫الكيمياء الفيزيائية‬
111341
Prerequisite (s): 111241
Lecture room (s) :
1st
Text books & References:
Physical Chemistry by K.J.Laidler and J.H.Meiser, 2003.
Text Book R.A.Alberty, Physical Chemistry, Wiley, 1997, P.W.Atkins, Physical
Chemistry, Oxford, 1994, Alberty and Silbey, Physical Chemistry,
Wiley, 1992.
Other
References
Course Description:
1. Develop a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles of physical
chemistry.
2. Explain the fundamental principles of physical chemistry and their applications in
chemical kinetics, molecular reaction dynamics, surface chemistry, catalysis, and colloid
fields.
3. Promote problem-solving skills by expressing important relationships in mathematical
terms, and in applying mathematical techniques to the solution of relevant problems in the
above fields. 4.
Integrate the fundamental subjects learned with practical applications
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO’S):
Successful completion of this module should lead to the following learning outcomes:
1.
Perform rates law calculations and derive integrated kinetic equations.
2.
Understand the concept of temperature dependence of the reaction rates.
3.
Apply the concept of elementary reactions and account for the reaction mechanism.
4.
Apply kinetic studies to account for the mechanism of enzymatic reaction.
5.
Apply kinetic treatments to complex reactions: chain, explosion, polymerization, and
autocatalytic reaction.
6.
Understand and apply molecular reaction dynamics calculations.
7.
Account of the reaction rates (in gas phase or solution) in terms of the Collision theory.
8.
Account of the reaction rates in terms of the Transition complex theory.
9.
Understand the relation between solid surface structure and their properties.
10. Differentiate between physisorption and chemisorption.
11. Perform surface area calculate using the appropriate isotherm.
12. Analyze adsorption isotherms, calculate rate of adsorption and rate of desorption.
13. Indicate some large- scale industrial processes catalyzed by surfaces.
14. Explore the relation between adsorption and catalysis.
15. Classify the different types of the solid catalysts.
16. Understand the role of the catalyst in the efficiency of some important industrial and
environmental processes.
17. Classify different types colloidal dispersion.
18. Understand preparation, properties and structure of colloidal dispersions.
19. Analyze reasons behind the special properties of colloids
Course outline:
Week
Topic detailes
Properties of Ionic Solutions (16 hours)
1.
2.
Chemical Kinetics (16 hours)
3.
Surface Chemistry (4 hours)
4.
Transport Properties (3 hours)
5.
Quantum Mechanics and Chemical Spectroscopy (3 hours)
Attendance Policies:
 Be Punctual.
 Attendance is mandatory. Students are not allowed to miss more than 15% of the
lectures, without acceptable real cause.
 If a student misses more that 15 % of the course lectures, she/he will forfeit the course
credits. After this, medical reports may be submitted for evaluation, for a total absence
of no more than 20%. If student misses more than 20% of lectures, regardless of the
cause, the course will be failed.
Grading system:
Assessment
First Exam
Second Exam
Activities and Evaluation
Final Examination
Total
Grade
25%
25%
10%
40%
100%