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UCSI University

B.ENG (HONS) IN PETROLEUM ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

COURSE OUTLINE


Subject name

Foundation of Chemistry I / Chemistry for Petroleum Engineering Technology

Subject code

EP 101

Status

Major

Credit hour

4

Semester/Year

2/1

Pre-requisite

None

Teaching method

Lectures & Laboratory

Assessment

Test 1 10%

Mid Term 20%

Test 2 10%

Laboratory 10%

Final Examination 50%


The course has four assessment components as described above.

Test 1: It will conduct on week 3 of the semester. The test 1 will usually have 4 questions of approximately 15 minutes duration each.

Midterm exam: It will conduct on week 5 of the semester. The midterm exam will have 4 questions of approximately 20 minutes duration each.

Test 2: It will conduct on week 7 of the semester. The test 2 will usually have 4 questions of approximately 15 minutes duration each.

Laboratory component: it is compulsory to attend all the lab sessions; failing to do so may result in complete failure in the subject. The student will carry out the experiments described below and submit a report to the lab tutor.

Final Exam component: it will consist of 6 questions of 3 hours duration.


40% ruling: Applicable

Supplementary exam: Applicable (on the final exam only)

Lecturer

Ms. Noor Rosyidah binti Sajuni (rosyidah@ucsi.edu.my)

Objective

This class is a basic introductory to organic chemistry in chemical or petroleum engineering study. This unit aims to:

1. Provide the theory of elements organic chemistry.

  1. Expose to the technique of naming organic compounds according to IUPAC method.

  2. Expose the basic understands physical and chemical properties, different type of chemical syntheses and reaction mechanisms of the different organic compounds, which include aliphatic hydrocarbon, aromatic and carbonyl compounds.

  3. Explain the importance of carbonyl compounds in industry.

  4. Strengthen their knowledge by performing selected laboratory experiments.

Pinpoint the basic analytical tools, such as Analytical separation techniques, Gas Chromatography, Spectro-photometric principles, HPLC and Atomic absorption.

Course outcome

At the end of the course, students should be able to:

  1. Draw and explain the Lewis bonding structure, different type of hybridization and compound bonding.

2. Identify the organic compounds (aliphatic hydrocarbon compounds, aromatic compounds

and carbonyl compounds) according to IUPAC methods.

  1. Differentiate the organic compounds (aliphatic hydrocarbon compounds, aromatic compounds and carbonyl compounds) based on the physical and chemical

properties.

4. Explain the syntheses and reactions mechanism of organic compound (aliphatic hydrocarbon compounds, aromatic compounds and carbonyl compounds) and the usage in the industry.

5. Explain the basic analytical tools such as Analytical separation techniques, Gas Chromatography, Spectro-photometric principles, HPLC and Atomic absorption and its application.

Syllabus &

Contact hour




  1. Aliphatic Hydrocarbons: naming of hydrocarbons (IUPAC method), types of bond, reactivity of bonds, organic derivatives of hydrocarbons.




  1. Alkanes and Alkenes: Recap and Reactions The alkene double bond: a focus of reactivity. Polar and concerted addition reactions. Hydrogenation, addition of HX (Markovnikov addition), halogenation. hydroboration (anti-Markovnikov addition)




  1. Alkynes: Structure and bonding Introduction to the alkyne triple bond. Synthesis and Reactions. Alkylation of acetylide anions (a carbon nucleophile) Addition reactions to alkynes, hydrogenation, halogenation and HX. Hydration of alkynes.




  1. Alcohols: Structure, synthesis and reactions Structure and bonding. Acidity (brief review), Synthesis of alcohols. Organometallic reagents, reactivity and basicity. Reaction of carbonyl compounds with Grignard and organolithium reagents. REDOX relationships amongst alcohols, aldehydes and ketones and carboxylic acids. Alcohols as nucleophiles (formation of alkoxides) and electrophiles. Esterification.




  1. Aromatic Compounds: Structure and Reactions, 2, 3 and 4 pi electron systems. Benzene - the prototypic aromatic system."aromaticity" Huckel's rule. Identifying aromatic systems. Charged and neutral species. Polycyclics and heterocyclic. Reaction chemistry of aromatic compounds – electrophilic aromatic substitution: halogenation, nitration, sulfonylation and Friedel-Crafts alkylation and acylation. Directing effects in electophilic aromatic substitution .Nucleophilic aromatic substitution. Strategies in the synthesis of multisubstituted benzene derivatives.




  1. Carbonyl Compounds: Summary of various types of carbonyl compounds – aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acids and carboxylic acid derivatives (acid chlorides, acid anhydrides, esters and amides). Synthesis of aldehydes and ketones. Reactions of carbonyl compounds with the carbonyl group as an electrophile with H, C, N and O nucleophiles.


7. Analytical Chemistry: Analytical separation techniques, Gas Chromatography, Spectro-photometric principles, HPLC and Atomic absorption.

Lecture


3


6


6


8


8


6


3

Tutorial

Lab


4(Lab #1)


8(Lab # 2 & 3)


4(Lab #4)


4(Lab #7)


12(Lab #5,6&7)

Total hour




42




28

Textbook

  1. Organic Chemistry 6th Ed., by John McMurry, Thomson – Brooks/Cole, United Kingdom.

Reference

  1. Organic Chemistry, 6th ed. by Wade, L. G., Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006.

  2. Organic chemistry 7th Ed., by Carey, Francis A., McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008.

Lab session

(if any)







Tittle

Hours














7.

Water of Crystallization

Acid Base Titration

Characterization of Organic Components with Physical Means

Crystallization of a Crude Sample

Infrared Spectra of Organic Compounds

Thin Layer Chromatography: Separation of Organic and Inorganic Dyes

Synthetic Organic Chemistry

3

3

3

3

3

3


3




Syllabus \ CLO

CLO 1

CLO 2

CLO 3

CLO 4

CLO 5

1. Aliphatic Hydrocarbons

3

3

1

 

 

2. Alkanes and Alkenes

 

3

3

3

 

3. Alkynes

 

3

3

3

 

4. Alcohols

 

3

3

3

 

5. Aromatic Compounds

 

3

3

3

 

6. Carbonyl Compounds

 

3

3

3

 

7. Analytical Chemistry

 

 

 

 

3




Assessment \ Syllabus

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Test 1

30%

70%

 

 

 

 

 

Midterm

 

 

40%

50%

10%

 

 

Test 2

 

 

 

 

40%

40%

20%

Lab

 

10%

10%

20%

20%

20%

20%

Final Exam

5%

20%

10%

20%

25%

20%

20%




Assessment \ CLO

CLO 1

CLO 2

CLO 3

CLO 4

CLO 5

Test 1

11%

36%

29%

25%

 

Midterm

 

33%

33%

33%

 

Test 2

 

31%

31%

31%

8%

Lab

 

31%

31%

31%

8%

Final Exam

2%

38%

37%

36%

8%




Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

PLO1

PLO2

PLO3

PLO4

PLO5

PLO6

PLO7

PLO8

PLO9

PL10

  1. Draw and explain the Lewis bonding structure, different type of hybridization and compound bonding.

2




























  1. Identify the organic compounds (aliphatic hydrocarbon compounds, aromatic compounds and carbonyl compounds) according to IUPAC methods.

3




























  1. Differentiate the organic compounds (aliphatic hydrocarbon compounds, aromatic compounds and carbonyl compounds) based on the physical and chemical properties.

3

2

























  1. Explain the syntheses and reactions mechanism of organic compound (aliphatic hydrocarbon compounds, aromatic compounds and carbonyl compounds) and the usage in the industry.

3

2

























  1. Explain the basic analytical tools such as Analytical separation techniques, Gas Chromatography, Spectro-photometric principles, HPLC and Atomic absorption and its application.

3

3

























1 = low, 2 = moderate, 3 = high


Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO)

PLO1: Ability to apply mathematical, scientific, formulation, and solution seeking skills for solving engineering problems

PLO2: Ability to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyse and interpret data using commercial engineering tools and software

PLO3: Ability to design and optimise a system, components/products, or processes to meet design requirement

PLO4: Ability to function effectively as a team player and as an individual in a group

PLO5: Ability to analyse important social and environmental problems and understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context

PLO6: An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility in their field of expertise

PLO7: An understanding and awareness of the principle of sustainable design and development

PLO8: Ability to communicate effectively through writing and speaking in a variety of professional contexts

PLO9: Ability to function effectively in multidisciplinary teams and independently

PLO10: Recognition of need for and ability to engage in lifelong learning.

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