Sustainable Development Goals
To know and understand the importance of chemistry in the society and the central role it plays in explanation and interpretation of phenomena in many scientific and technological fields.
2. Periodic table
3. Chemical bonding
4. States of aggregation of matter
6. Chemical thermodynamics
7. Chemical equilibrium
8. Equilibrium in heterogeneous systems
9. Ionic equilibria in homogeneous systems: acid-base
11. (Optional Chapter)
Chemistry of life
The continuous assessment is done by the completion of two partial tests with equal weights. In the final evaluation regime, the student performs a single exam that covers the entire subject. The resulting mark is the mark of the theoretical part of the discipline (NT).
The mark of the practical part (NP) results from the evaluation of the reports and the performance in the laboratory.
The final mark (NF) results from the weighted average NF=0.7*NT+0.3*NP
1 - Atkins, P.; e Jones, L., Chemical Principles: The Quest for Insight, 2ª Ed., W. H. Freeman and Company, New York, 2002.
2 - Chang, R., Química. 5ª Ed., McGraw-Hill, 1994.
3 - Reger, D.; Goode S. e Mercer, E., Química: Conceitos e Princípios, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa, 1997.
4 - Brady, J., Russell, J., Holum, J., Chemistry, Matter and its changes, 3ª Ed., J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 1999.
5 - Kotz, J.; Treichel, P., Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity, 3ª Ed., Saunders College Pub., 1996.