KEMNA1203 – Physical chemistry II. lecture
Lecture 11: Transport processes
Lecture 12: Homogeneous dynamic electrochemistry
Lecture 13: Reaction kinetics
Lecture 14: Reaction mechanisms
Lecture 15: Theories of reaction rates
Lecture 16: Kinetics of heterogeneous reactions
Lecture 17: Kinetics of electrode processes
Lecture 18: Non-thermal activation
Lecture 19: Quantum theory: definitions, apparatus and applications
Lecture 20: Atomic structure and atomic spectra
Lecture 21: Molecules
Lecture 22: Quantum chemical calculations: thermodynamics and kinetics
Lecture 23: Photochemistry: definitions
Lecture 24: Photophysical processes
Lecture 25: Photochemical processes
Lecture 26: Experimental methods of photochemistry
Animations, simulations and other charts (WOLFRAM Demonstrations):
Deterministic versus Stochastic Chemical Kinetics
Enzyme Inhibition Kinetics
Single-Step Reaction Kinetics Using Collision Theory
Descriptive Reaction Kinetics
Chemical Equilibrium and Kinetics for HI Reaction
Kinetic Order of Degradation Reactions
Michaelis-Menten Kinetics for Hydrogen Peroxide-Catalase Reaction
Kinetics of Chemical Reaction with an Intermediate Product
Heterogeneous Kinetics by Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy
Kinetics of CFC Catalyzed Ozone Destruction
Fit of First-Order Kinetic Model in Degradation Processes
Michaelis-Menten Enzyme Kinetics and the Steady-State Approximation
Cubic Autocatalysis by Successive Bimolecular Steps
Second-Order Reaction with Diffusion in a Liquid Film
Diffusion and Kinetic Controlled Electrochemical Reactions
The Iodine Clock Reaction
A Chaotic Chemical Reaction Scheme Derived from Chua's Circuit Equations
Langmuir Isotherms for a Binary Mixture
Simple Arrhenius Model for Activation Energy and Catalysis
Exponential Model for Arrhenius Activation Energy
Arrhenius versus Eyring-Polanyi Model
Oral exam, or the mark based on the CLOSING TEST (only good (4) or excellent (5) grade is offered).
- date: 19th May, 11:00-13:00
- place: A117
In the CLOSING TEST, you have to give the basic equations, definitions and diagrams asked, answers to multiple choice questions, and write a short essay about some of the topics of the topic list given.
If the result of the CLOSING TEST is above 75%, a grade is offered based on this test (good (4) above 75%, ecxellent (5) above 90%); if this grade is accepted, there is no oral exam.
The oral exam begins with a SHORT TEST. In doing so, the student proves his/her preparedness by giving the basic equations, definitions and diagrams asked. The failure of the sort test (less than 50%) results in an fail (1) grade.
Students who successfully answer 50% of the questions of the SHORT TEST pick two topics of the topic list and after some preparation time, they should talk about these topics: they should begin with explanations of the topics and then answer to the questions that arise. Tha grade is given based on this oral exam.
The short test preceding the exam does not have to be written if the student has achieved at least 50% on the CLOSING TEST.