Objective of the course – aims of the course unit:|
The hands-on discover chemical matters on based on the experiments and comparison of information with theoretical principles is meaning of this course. The task of the practical exercise is to inform students about the basic preparation methods and the chemical characters of matters, to allow them to check their theoretical readiness, embrace sufficient amount of chemical knowledge and engrave on mind forever. To learn to draw up a report about performed work and its evoluation.
Objective of the course – learning outcomes and competences:|
Work with literature, verifying of the theory by supported facts, acquisition of the basic working preparation methodology in not so complicated experiments, adoption of experimental skills and ability.
Acquisition of the basic working methodology for the work in laboratory. Successful graduation of Praktikum z anorganické chemie I and credit from General and Inorganic Chemistry necessary.
Course contents (annotation):|
The course follows-up to an preliminary course and contents elementary synthetical tasks based on common inorganic matters preparation. Students train essential metods of preparation chemistry, learn basic principles of chemistry, acquaint oneself with chemical and physical matter properties, practise theoretical knowledges from lectures and exercises on actual problems solving and accustome oneself to present their results in the right way.
Teaching methods and criteria:|
Teaching methods depend on the type of course unit as specified in the article 7 of BUT Rules for Studies and Examinations.
Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes:|
1. Compulsory participation [in the group given by the time/table]
2. Passing of specified lessons
3. Guidance of a laboratory notebook [checking of home preparation]
4. Elaboration and gift-over of the report sheets from each single project, elaboration of seminar work from each single project
5. Passing of tests submitted by the teacher of particular group
6. Passing of the final test/credit
Evaluation of the test: excellent [100%-90%], very good [89%-80%], good [79%-70%], satisfactory [69%-60%], sufficient [59%-50%], failed [49%-0%]
The average from the evalution of the report sheets, of the tests, of the final test, of the seminar work and style of the work is the final evalution of the course.
Preparation of compounds of - lead, cobalt, iron, copper, chromium, boron, sulfur, chlorine.
Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences:|
The attendance is compulsory [in the group given by the time-table].
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