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The course provides an overview of the magnitudes and language used in solving chemical problems and includes the presentation of the main areas of study of Chemistry for polytechnic schools.
AIMS AND CONTENT
The course provides knowledge in two fields. 1) The course provides knowledge to describe the behavior of materials and deal with the interpretation of natural, environmental and technological processes. 2) The course provides knowldge The course provides an introduction to the phenomenology and the mathematical formulation of the laws of classical mechanics. The student will acquire the scientific-technical methodology necessary to deal with the problems of physics in quantitative terms.
For a successful learning, basic knowledge of mathematics and physics is required, but no formal prerequisites are required.
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
Ricevimento: Upon appointment to be fixed at the teacher office: DICCA - Chemical Engineering Section, Polytechnic School, second floor via Opera Pia 15 - Pavilion A Genoa.
Ricevimento: Anytime. Please schedule an appointment by e-mail.
DAVIDE CLEMATIS (President)
MARIA PAOLA CARPANESE
MATTEO CIALONE (President Substitute)
MARCO PANIZZA (President Substitute)
MARCO RAVERI (President Substitute)
The grade obtained in teaching will be the average of the marks awarded in the two modules in which the teaching is divided.
Please refer to the consultation of the individual modules for details.
The exam tests with the student will allow:
evaluate the knowledge of the atomic structure;
verify the understanding of the mechanisms of strong and weak chemical bond formation;
evaluate understanding of the structure of solids, liquids and understanding of the gas state equations;
evaluate the ability to identify the relationships between electrical, magnetic and mechanical structure and properties;
to evaluate the knowledge of the main thermodynamic and kinetic quantities involved in the transformation of matter and the conditions of the chemical equilibrium;
verify the ability in the quantitative evaluation of gaseous equilibriums, in aqueous solutions and in electrochemical systems;
discuss all the proposed activities with a scientific method and appropriate language.