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Physical Chemistry (BBK2005)

Course code

Course group

Volume in ECTS credits

Course hours

BBK 2005

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

FIZIKINĖ CHEMIJA

Course title in English

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

Short course annotation in Lithuanian (up to 500 characters)

Studijuojant dalyką studentai įgyja bazines fizikinės chemijos teorines ir praktines žinias, kurios reikalingos biochemijos studijoms ir gali būti panaudotos analizuojant įvairius vyksmus, vykstančius gyvuosiuose organizmuose. Studijuojama cheminė termodinamika, pusiausvyrieji vyksmai, tirpalai ir jų koligatyviosios savybės, cheminė kinetika, paviršių chemija, koloidinės sistemos.

Short course annotation in English (up to 500 characters)

To provide knowledge in physical chemistry, what is necessary for further studies in biochemistry and what could be used analyzing various phenomena, including processes in living organisms. The course includes topics as chemical thermodynamics, equilibrium processes, solutions and their colligative properties, chemical kinetics, surface chemistry, colloidal systems.

Prerequisites for entering the course

General chemistry

Course aim

To provide general knowledge in physical and surface chemistry.

Content (topics)

 1. The main chemical thermodynamic concepts.

 2. I Thermodynamic law: the changes of internal energy and enthalpy. Thermochemistry.

 3. II Thermodynamic law: entropy changes occuring in change of protein structure. Thermodynamic functions.

 4. The main parameters of spontaneous and equilibrium processes. The change of Gibbs energy.

 5. Homogeneous and heterogeneous equilibrium. The influence of temperature, pressure and other factors on the chemical equilibrium.

 6. Phase equilibrium. Solutions and their properties. Ideal and real solutions. Colligative properties. Solubility.

 7. Reaction rate. The estimation of reaction order. Reaction mechanism. Elementary and complex reactions.

 8. Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis. Enzymatic catalysis.

 9. Surface processes. Adsorption. Watering. Surface active materials.

 10. Dispersive systems.

 11. Colloidal solutions: preparing and purification. Kinetic and aggregative stability of colloidal system. Coagulation.

 12. Protein solutions and their properties.

 13. Gels and other structured systems.

 14. Systems of law disperse degree: suspensions, emulsions and others.

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.

1987

Janickis V. Fizikinė chemija (Physical chemistry).

Science

3

2

 

2.

1999

Matulis J. Physical chemistry: selected works.

TEV

12

1

 

3.

1984

N. Smorigaitė-Baderienė. Fizikinė ir koloidų chemija (Physical and colloidal chemistry).

Science

30

2

 

4.

2011

Ragelienė L; Mickevičius D. Fizikinė chemija praktiniai darbai (Physical chemistry. Practical works)  http://vddb.laba.lt/

VMU

 

 

Internet

Supplementary materials

5.

2007

G.G. Hammes. Physical chemistry for the biological sciences

Wiley

 

6.

2001

Silbey, Robert J. Physical chemistry

W.H.Freeman and Company

 

7.

1997

Hiemenz P.C., Rajagopalan R. Principles of colloid and and surface chemistry

Marcel Dekker

 

Course programme designed by

Doc. dr. Lina Ragelienė, Department of Biochemistry and biotechnologies, Faculty of Natural Sciences

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