710109 PR/6 Practical course Physical Chemistry I

summer semester 2015 | Last update: 15.07.2015 Place course on memo list
Practical course Physical Chemistry I
PR 6

Students master basic experimental methods of physical chemistry. In the Lab-course, the students acquire multidisciplinary key skills in teamwork, oral ,and written communication.

Measuring the heat of reaction (heat of solution of a salt), the electrolytic conductivity (determining a protolysis), measurement of molecular weights by Viktor Meyer, phase equilibria of solid-liquid systems (melting diagram, freezing point, solubility of an acid as a function of temperature), phase equilibria of liquid-gaseous systems (vapor pressure as a function of temperature, vapor pressure diagram and boiling point diagram).



Will be discussed in lecture No 710108 "Methods of Physical Chemistry 1". Script and other information in eCampus/OLAT.

Required qualifications for prospective bachelors: Succesful passing of VL 710.108, "Methods of Physical Chemistry I" and the Modules 1, 5, 12 (Mathematik/Physik A, B; Physikalische Chemie A). No qualifications required for prospective teachers.

not applicable

A part of this course (6 out of 9 experiments) corresponds to the "Practical course in physical chemistry" for prospective teachers.

Expected to take place in the summer holidays (6-7 weeks in July / August). Detailed information is given to the registrants by email.

Further Information for the bachelor-course: Deadline for the prerequisites is Friday, 8.5. At this time, all prerequisites must be met.

Further information for prospective teachers: Attenting the lecture "Methods of Physical Chemistry 1" is recommended.

to be announced
Mo - Fr 12:00-18:00 bzw. 9:00-18:00, CCB L.01.200
Group 0
Date Time Location
Wed 2015-06-17
08.15 - 09.45 Hörsaal 1, Josef-Moeller-Haus Hörsaal 1, Josef-Moeller-Haus Barrier-free Vorbesprechung und Excel- Einführung