At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||The general objectives of this Chemistry course are to teach students the basic concepts of Chemistry and thus enable them to master the specialized language, understand the organisation of matter and the chemical transformations it can undergo and acquire an understanding of concepts applied in fields such as Metallurgy and Electrochemistry.|
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The course is taught with the use of PowerPoint slides, available at Moodle. Exercises are provided to facilitate the understanding. The course will be illustrated with examples taken from everyday life in the living world and in industry.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Skills to be acquired:
Understanding the basics of general chemistry, structure and properties of matter, chemical reactions and importance of chemistry in many areas.
- There is a written exam counting for 17 points. These are basically the exercises applied to the theoretical course. These exercises are of the same style as those made in exercise sessions during the year. Theoretical questions also make a part of the examination. - The mid-term examination provides 3 points to the final examination score. The result of the mid-term examination is transferred to the June and August exam sessions but not to the next academic year.
- Slides of the presentations (available online on Moodle)
- The excercises workbook (available online on Moodle) - The book "Principes de chimie, une approche moléculaire", Nivaldo Tro, une adaptation de Eveline Clair, Julie Vézina, Pearson Education, 2015 (ISBN 978-2-7613-7248-0).
- Principes de chimie, une approche moléculaire, Nivaldo Tro, une adaptation de Eveline Clair, Julie Vézina, Pearson Education, 2015.
Un autre livre peut être aussi recommandé:
- Principes de chimie, Atkins, Jones, Laverman, de Boeck, 4eme édition, 2017.