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Inorganic and Bioinorganic chemistry (BBK1002)

Course code

Course group

Volume in ECTS credits

Course hours

BBK 1002

C

6

160

Course type (compulsory or optional)

Compulsory

Course level (study cycle)

Bachelor

Semester the course is delivered

Spring

Study form (face-to-face or distant)

Face-to-face

 

Course title in Lithuanian

NEORGANINĖ IR BIONEORGANINĖ CHEMIJA

Course title in English

INORGANIC AND BIOINORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Short course annotation in Lithuanian (up to 500 characters)

Supažindinama su neorganinės ir bioneorganinės chemijos teoriniais pagrindais ir įgyjami praktiniai gebėjimai atliekant neorganinių junginių sintezę. Pateikiamos žinios apie s, p,d ir f elementų ir jų junginių fizikines ir chemines savybes, ryšį tarp elementų atomų struktūros ir periodinės elementų lentelės, gyvybiškai svarbius neorganinius  elementus.

Short course annotation in English (up to 500 characters)

 The course provides fundamental knowledge in inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry and practical skills performing basic knowledge of inorganic synthesis. The course includes topics as the physical and chemical properties of sp, d and elements and their compounds; the relationship between atomic structure and the periodic table; the importance of inorganic elements for plant, animal and human life.

Prerequisites for entering the course

General chemistry.

Course aim

To provide knowledge in theoretical basic of chemical elements, inorganic and bioinorganic compounds.

Content (topics)

1. Classification and nomenclature of inorganic compounds.            

2. Electronic structure of elements atom. Periodicity of elements properties.

3. s elements – hydrogen, elements of IA and IIA groups, the physical and chemical properties of main their compounds.

4. Elements of III A and IV A groups, their extraction, physical and chemical properties. The chemical properties of IIIA and IVA group elements compounds.

5. V A group elements, their extraction, physical and chemical properties. The chemical properties of VA group elements.

6. Elements of VI A, VII A and VIII A groups, their extraction, physical and chemical properties. The chemical properties of VI A, VII A and VIII A group elements compounds.

7. The general characteristic of III B, IV B, VB, VI B and VII B group elements.

8. The chemical properties of V B, VIB and VII B group elements compounds.

9. Elements of VIII B group, their extraction, physical and chemical properties. The chemical properties of VIII B group elements compounds. Corrosion process.

10. The general characteristic of f-elements.

11. Biogenic elements. The distribution of chemical elements in the cell.

12. Macro- and microelements. The importance of microelements for human organism. The role of metal ions in cells.

13. Metal ion transport and storage. Metal-containing electron transfer proteins

14. Alkaline metals and their distribution in organism. Sodium and potassium ions in the organism, their biological effect. The biological effect of calcium and magnesium ions.

15. Oxygen transport and activation proteins

Distribution of workload for students (contact and independent work hours)

Lectures - 45 hours, practical works - 30 hours, consultations, individual work (including preparation for practical works, mid-term and final exams) - 85 hours.

Structure of cumulative score and value of its constituent parts

Final assessment sums the assessments of written final examination (50%), written mid-term examination (20%), auditorial work (15%) and assessment of laboratory works (15%).

Recommended reference materials

No.

 

Publication year

Authors of publication and title

Publishing house

Number of copies in

University library

Self-study rooms

Other libraries 

Basic materials

1.

1995

Janickis V. Bendroji ir neorganinė chemija (General and inorganic chemistry).

Mokslo ir enciklopedijų leidykla

45

2

 

2.

2008

Žarnauskas A. Neorganinės chemija (Inorganic chemistry)

Technology

3

1

 

Supplementary materials

3.

2000

Massey A. G. Main group chemistry

Wiley

 

4.

2010

E.Crabb, E.Moore and L.Smart. Concepts in transition metal chemistry

Cambridge

 

5.

1999

Sharpe A.G. Inorganic chemistry

Longman

 

6.

1994

W. Kaim, B. Schewederski. Bioinorganic chemistry. Inorganic elements in the chemistry of life

John Wiley&Sons

 

Course programme designed by

Prof. habil. dr. R. Daugelavičius, doc. dr. Lina Ragelienė, Department of Biochemistry and biotechnologies

Additional information