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  1. Introduction Lecture Prepared by Dr. Riham Hazzaa

  2. PETROCHEMICAL DEPARTMENT Inorganic & Analytical Chemistry Instructor: Dr. RihamHazzaa Room:136 e-mail: Riham.hazzaa@pua.edu.eg Assistant: Eng. RaniaFarooq Eng.: MahmoudAbd-Elaty. Lecture: E112.. – from Thursday 11:30-1:30 Practical lab: Wednesday – from 8:30 to 2:30……… • Office hours: Monday – from 11:30 to1:30 Tuesday – from 8:30 to10:30 Thursday – from 9:30 to11:30 Prerequisites, BE111 General chemistry

  3. Overall aims of course The main objective of the course is to teach the students the following:- • fundamentals of Atomic structure of elements, graduation of elements properties (Modern periodic table), nature of bonds, chemical calculations, hydrogen and its compounds, alkali metals, Group I(A), Group II(A), Group III(A), Group IV(A), Group V(A), Group VII(A), Transition Metals, catalytic properties, • Introduction to analytical chemistry, quantitative analysis using gravimetric analysis, titration methods, precipitation titration using silver nitrate, acid/base titration (principles and applications), oxidation/reduction titration

  4. Intended learning outcomes of course (ILOs( a- Knowledge and understanding: a1-Identify Graduation of elements in Periodic Table. a2-Define atomic structure of elements, isotopes and ions. a3-Identify the propertiesof metals, a4- identify the properties of non metals, a5-identify the properties of transition metals. a6 -define Gravimetric analysis. a7-Define Acid base titration. a8-Describe Precipitation titration. a9-Identify Oxidation reduction titration.

  5. b- Intellectual skills b1.Determine electronic configuration of elements. b2. Estimate atomic radii. b3. Distinguish Electro-negativity b4. Distinguish Ionization energy. b5. Distinguish Electron affinity. b6.Calculate normality of solution b7Calculate the solubility product in solution b8.Examine the Solubility of compounds. b9.Predict Precipitation reactions. b10.Estimate the oxidation number b11.Categorize the reducing agents and oxidizing agents


  6. c- Professional and practical skills c1Verify Trends of periodic table. c2.calculate the molecular weight of different compounds and number of moles. c3.apply the techniques of gravimetric analysis. c4. apply the techniques of volumetric anlysis c5.calculate the molarity of solution.

  7. d- General and transferable skills • d1. Develop comunication skills • d2. Demonstrate presentation skills • d3.Problem solving

  8. 4– Teaching and learning methods 4.1-Lectures. 4.2-Assignments. 4.3 Reports 5- Student assessment methods 5.1-Assignments and reports : to assess student skills. 5.2-Mid-term Exams(9th week): to assess student achievements. 5.3-Final-exam to assess student understanding.

  9. Assessment: Mid-term 20 marks quizzes 10 marks final lab exam 10 marks Home works and attendance 10 marks Final Exam. 50 marks --------- 100

  10. 6- List of references 6.1- Course notes Based on selected chapters collected from text books. 6.2- Textbook: • Text book #1: Inorganic Chemistry, 3rd Edition, by Gary Miessler, Donald Tarr, 2003. • Text book #2: Vogel’s Quantitative Chemical Analysis, by: J. Mendham, R.C. Denney, J. D. Barners, M.J.K. Thomas, 1999.  6.3- Periodicals, Web sites, … etc