Mode of delivery, planned learning activities and teaching methods:
laboratory practice – 2 hours weekly (on-site method)
Biotechnológia – bachelor (full-time, attendance method), 3. semester Chemical Engineering – bachelor (full-time, attendance method), 3. semester Potraviny, výživa, kozmetika – bachelor (full-time, attendance method), 3. semester Automation, Information Engineering and Management in Chemistry and Food Industry – bachelor (full-time, attendance method), 3. semester
Level of study:
Prerequisites for registration:
passed Physical Chemistry I (N400F0_4B) or enrolled simultaneously Physical Chemistry I (N400F0_4B)
Tests, oral examination related to practiced topic, preparation of report on measurements. The notation is defined by the currently valid study regulations at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava.
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
Laboratory practices enable students to gain practical skills from the fundamentals of chemical thermodynamics with focus on calorimetry and phase changes in one-component and multi-components systems. They enable the application of knowledge obtained in lectures and seminars from physical chemistry.
Refractometry, polarimetry, molar mass estimation of volatile liquids, liquid surface tension, viscosimetry, calorimetric determination of enthalpy change of dissolvation, determination of enthalpy of vaporization, liquid-vapor phase diagramms of two componet systems, cryoscopy, liquid-liquid phase diagrams.
Recommended or required reading:
KLEIN, E. Fyzikálna chémia, Praktikum. Bratislava: Nakladateľstvo STU, 2009. 191 s. ISBN 978-80-227-3187-4.
ATKINS, P W. Physical Chemistry + CD-Rom. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1998. 1014 s. ISBN 0-19269068-X.
ATKINS, P W. Student's Solutions Manual for Physical Chemistry. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1998. 429 s. ISBN 0-19-850319-9.
Language of instruction:
Laboratory Practices from Physical Chemistry I are connected with the subject Physical Chemistry I.
Institute of Information Engineering, Automation and Mathematics was established in 1.1.2006 from two departments: Department of Information Engineering and Process Control and Department of Mathematics.