Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
300001322005GENERAL CHEMISTRY-IICompulsory123
Level of Course Unit
First Cycle and Second Cycle
Language of Instruction
Objectives of the Course
General Chemistry-I examines the analyses based upon the seperation and recognition of a sample belonging to a matter. Within this context, It is aimed to educate people who have basic knowledge on acid-base, precipitation, complexation and redox reactions, can produce ideas on related issues in pharmacy, develop research projects for qualitative analysis of pharmaceutical preparations and medicinal products and produce solutions to the problems of pharmaceutical industry.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Prof. Dr. M. Emrah KILINÇ, Prof. Dr. Özlem SÖĞÜT, Prof. Dr. K. Arzum ERDEM GÜRSAN, Prof. Dr. Pınar KARA KADAYIFCILAR, Doç Dr. Dilşat ARIKSOYSAL, , Doç. Dr. Hakan KARADENİZ
Learning Outcomes
1To be able to command on the probable reactions after the interaction of two or more noninteracting substances with time.
2To be able to have the knowledge of whether the reaction will occur or not based on the temperature and command about that.
3To be able to avaluate the acidity and basicity of aqueous solutions of chemical substances and the substances that may be formed after the interaction of these substances with each other.
4To be able to put forward an idea about a reaction that is reached the equilibrium or not.
5To be able to understand he usage of acid bases reactions
6To be able to calculate pH in different solutions
7To be able to understand precipitation rules and evaluate this rules in qualititative and quantitative analysis
8To be able to understand complex equilibrium rules and how to increase the solubility
9To be able to understand redoxs equilibrium and to use oxidation and reduction rules in different fields
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
none
Recommended Optional Programme Components
To be successful at General Chemistry I lesson, to have basic knowledge in the core areas of chemistry (inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry and biochemistry), as well as mathematics and physics background.
Course Contents
Its general concepts and principles of chemical equievalance and their laws, acids and bases, equlilibrium, precipitation equilibrium, compexs equilibrium and redoxs equilibrium
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
1Chemical Equilibrium, Equilibrium constant I- Descriptions II- Qualitative laws of chemical equilibrium III- Quantitative laws of chemical equilibrium
2III- Quantitative laws of chemical equilibrium A)The law of action of masses at homogeneous equilibrium B)The law of action of masses at homogeneous equilibrium
3Factors affecting chemical equilibrium, practical use of equilibrium constants
4Acids, bases, Acid-Base Equilibria, definitions, acidity or base forces.
5Acid-Base Equilibrium, pH calculations-(I) Strong acid, strong base, neutralization, salts
6Acid -Base Equilibrium, pH excercises(II) Weak acid, weak base Hydrolysis
7Acid-base equilibrium, pH calculations(III), Buffer solutions
8Acid-Base Equilibrium, pH calculations- (IV) polyacids, Midterm exam week.
9Precipitation Equilibria, the solubility product constant, the relationship between solubility and Ksp, Low soluble salts, Factors affecting the solubility of low soluble salts
10The comon ion effect in solubility equilibria, criteria for precipitation and its completeness, Solubility and pH, Classification of cation groups according to solubility of salts exercises.
11Complexation equilibrium, composition and stability of coordination compounds, Equilibrium constant in complexation reactions and their applications in qualitative analysis
12Complexation equilibrium, Determination of stability parameters by potentiometric method. Excercises.
13Redox equilibrium, Oxidation, reduction and redox concepts
14Redox equilibrium, Electrode potentials, equalization of redox reactions, excercises.
15Redox equilibrium, Nernst equation, Applications of redox reactions in qualitative analysis, excercises. Final Examination
Recommended or Required Reading
1.General Chemistry textbook, E.Ü Pharmacy Faculty, Department of Basic Pharmacy Sciences, Department of Analytical Chemistry. 2.Mortimer C.E., Modern University Chemistry 2nd volume, Translation editor Turhan Altınata 1993. 3.Sabri Alpaydın, Abdullah Şimşek, Genaral Chemistry Book, Nobel Publication Distribution, 2008. 4.Raymond Chang, Translation editors Prof. Dr. Tahsin Uyar, Prof Dr. Serpil Aksoy, Prof Dr. Recai İnam, Palme Publication, 2009. 5.Prof. Dr. Aycıl Kayalı, Analytical Chemistry I for pharmacists, E.Ü. Pharmacy Faculty, Basic Pharmacy Sciences Department, Department of Analytical Chemistry. 6.Douglas A. Skoog, Donald M. West, F. James Holler, Basics of Analytical Chemistry I and II, Translation editors Prof. Dr. Esma Kılıç, Prof. Dr. Fitnat Köseoğlu, Bilişim Yayıncılık, 7. Baskı, Ankara, 1999. 7.Prof. Dr. Aycıl Kayalı, Prof. Dr. M.E.Şengün Özsöz, Assist. Prof. Cengiz Yalçınkaya, Assist. Prof. Cengiz Kurdoğlu, Assist. Prof. Özlem Söğüt Ertaş, Assist. Prof. M. Emrah Kılınç, Analytical Chemistry I Laboratory, Book of Qualitative analysis, E.Ü. Faculty of Pharmacy, Basic Pharmacy Sciences Department, Department of Analytical Chemistry. 8.Daniel C Haris, Book of Analytical Chemistry, Translation Editors Prof. Dr. Güler Somer, Prof. Dr. Ali Osman Solak, Prof.Dr. Ali Reber Türker, Prof. Dr. Esma Kılıç,Prof. Dr. Fitnat Köseoğlu, Prof. Dr.Latif Elçi, Prof. Dr.Mehmet Doğan, Prof. Dr.Mustafa Özcimder, Prof. Dr.Mustafa Özdemir, Prof. Dr.Serdar Ateş, Prof. Dr.Şeref Kunç, Prof. Dr.Şeref Güçer, Gazi Bureau Bookshop, Ankara, 1994.
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Assessment Methods and Criteria
Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
Midterm Examination1100
SUM100
End Of Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
Final Sınavı1100
SUM100
Term (or Year) Learning Activities40
End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities60
SUM100
Work Placement(s)
none
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
Midterm Examination111
Final Examination11.51.5
Self Study12222
Individual Study for Mid term Examination13030
Individual Study for Final Examination13535
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)89.5
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