GENERAL AND INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Main Objectives of the Course of General and Inorganic Chemistry are the improvements of the skills on the Laws and Relationships of the Chemistry. The Chemistry is not a pure mnemonic abstraction, but the result of a long and intelligent path during the past centuries. Moreover is demonstrated that we leave surrounded by Chemistry and that, if any problem arises, it's due to a scarce knowledge of this fundamental Science.
Course contents summary
The Nature of Chemistry- Atoms and Elements - Molecules and Compounds -Chemical and Physical Transformations - Measure Units - The Periodic Table- Redox Equations - Energy and Heat - Hess Law – State Functions
Kotz and Treichel - Chemistry
The lectures are orals with electronic devices integrated with many questions. Every three weeks there are written exercises and at the end of the course two written exercises, similar to the final exam. The final exam is written containing twenty questions regarding all the content of the course. The result of the final exam is discussed in presence of all the students. The score is expressed in thirty units. The minimum score requested is 18.