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Lecturer: Jan Kurzawa, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Institute of Chemistry and Applied Electrochemistry,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Piotrowo 3, 60-965 Poznań, Poland


tel/fax: (+48 61) 665 23 14 / (+48 61) 665 2571,

e-mail: j.kurzawa@sol.put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

The student should obtain knowledge in the principles of modern analytical chemistry, in gravimetric and volumetric methods, acid-base equilibria, redox titration, complexometric titration, and precipitation titration. The theoretical fundamentals, calculations and applications in chemical analysis are studied in each Field of study.


Course description:

Fundamental laws, equilibrium constant, dissociation constant and degree of dissociation, chemical activity and ionic strength, chemical calculations, dissolution and precipitation equilibrium, properties of acids and bases, acid and base strength, buffer solutions, oxidation-reduction reactions, complexometric reactions, Laboratory training in water and sludge analysis.


Assessment methods:

Tests in the Laboratory, final oral examination


Bibliography:

1. J. Minczewski, Z. Marczenko, Chemia analityczna, PWN, Warszawa, 1997

2. A. Cygański, Chemiczne metody analizy ilościowej, WNT, Warszawa

3. A. Hulanicki, Reakcje kwasów i zasad w chemii analitycznej, PWN, Warszawa



Course title: Physical Chemistry

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

4 E

semester III



Number of credits: 10

project/seminar:


Lecturer: Professor Janusz Sławiński, Ph.D., D.Sc.,

Institute of Chemistry and Applied Electrochemistry,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Piotrowo 3, 60-965 Poznań, Poland,

tel. (61) 665 2565, fax (61) 665 2571

e-mail: slawinsk@sol.put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

To understand and interpret chemical reactions in physical terms and to take into consideration physical laws and phenomena in chemical reactions. Preparation to comprehend further studies’ subjects such as instrumental analysis, chemical engineering, chemical technology, monitoring techniques etc.


Course description:

All sections of physical chemistry (except radiochemistry, a separate subject in IV semester) are shortly lectured and discussed, the emphasis being put on the following: 1. Thermodynamics, 2. Electrochemistry, 3. Photochemistry. These three are elaborated more thoroughly because of their importance for the future subjects mentioned above. The context is well coupled to processes having ecological significance and majority of examples refer to environmentally or ecotechnologically important processes and relationships.


Assessment methods:

Discussion and questions to students during lecturing, current checking, tests and colloquia during labs, final oral/written examination.


Bibliography:

  1. A. Basiński (red.) “Chemia fizyczna”, PWN, Warszawa 1966.

  2. K. Pigoń, Z. Ruziewicz “Chemia fizyczna”, PWN, Warszawa 1980.

  3. L. Sobczyk, A. Kisza “Chemia fizyczna dla przyrodników”, PWN, Warszawa 1977.

  4. M. J. Sienko, R. A. Plane “Chemical principles & properties”, McGraw-Hill Inc., 2-nd ed., 1974




Course title: Geochemistry

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week: – semester

Specialisation:

lecture:

2 E

semester III



Number of credits: 5

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Mirosława Królikowska, Ph.D.,

Institute of Chemical Technology and Engineering,

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Pl. M. Skłodowskiej Curie 1, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel. 665 3654, fax: 665 3649,

e-mail: Miroslawa.Krolikowska@put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

The aim of the lectures and exercises lead within the framework of the subject is obtaining the knowledge in the Field of study of constitution of the Earth, learning to know the natural processes occurring in the Earth and command of the skills of the rocks identification on the base of its morphological and mineral qualities, optical peculiarities and X-ray research.


Course description:

The cycle of the lectures begins with the film Projection presenting creation of the Earth. Among the subjects realized in the cycle of lectures one should mention the following:

  • the structure and composition of the Earth,

  • chemical composition of the rocks,

  • geochemical classification of the chemical elements, formation elements and minerals,

  • the crystal chemistry of the minerals, particularly silicates and aluminosilicates,

  • phenomenon of crystallization in nature and in Laboratory,

  • magma rocks,

  • solid state changes, Ions migration, weathering of rocks and minerals metamorphic processes

Within the framework of the laboratories students recognize minerals on the base of its morphological qualities, optical peculiarities and X-ray methods of structural analysis.


Assessment methods:

Test and oral examination.


Bibliography:

  1. T.Mikulski, “Geochemia”, WNT Wrocław, 1991.

  2. Encyklopedia surowców mineralnych pod red. A.Bolewskiego, CPPGSMiE PAN, Kraków, 1994.

  3. Z.Bojarski, M.Gigla, K.Stróż, M.Surowiec, Krystalografia, podręcznik wspomagany komputerowo, PWN, Warszawa 1996.

  4. Peter O’Neill, Chemia Środowiska, WN PWN, Warszawa-Wrocław, 1997.




Course title: Instrumental Methods of Analysis

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester

Specialisation:
lecture:

2

E

semester III

semester IV



Number of credits: 2 / 5

project/seminars:


Lecturer: Professor Henryk Matusiewicz, D.Sc.,

Institute of Chemistry and Applied Electrochemistry,

Faculty of Chemical Technology,

Piotrowo 3, 60-965 Poznań, Poland

tel/fax: (+48 61) 665 23 12 / (+48 61) 665 2571,

e-mail: Henryk.Matusiewicz@put.poznan.pl


Objectives of the course:

main characteristics of instrumental methods of chemical analysis for determination: sensitivity, detection limit, analytical range, precision, accuracy, selectivity. Method and procedure. Instrumentation for the analytical procedure.


Course description:

electrochemical methods: voltammetry, potentiometry, coulometry, conductometry; optical emission spectrometry: flame photometry, spectrography; atomic absorption spectrometry; UV-VIS spectrophotometry; turbidimetry; nephelometry; gas and liquid chromatography.


Assessment methods:

Tests in the Laboratory, final oral exam


Bibliography:

  1. J. Minczewski, Z. Marczenko, Chemia analityczna, PWN, Warszawa, 1997

  2. A. Cygański, Metody elektroanalityczne, WNT, Warszawa, 1995

  3. A. Cygański, Metody spektroskopowe w chemii analitycznej, WNT, 1997




Course title: Environmental Microbiology

Field of study: Environmental Protection

Hours/week - semester



Number of credits: 3

project/seminar:


Lecturer: Zefiryn Cybulski MD,
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