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DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

Much attention is paid to the educational process at the Department. In order to increase its efficiency, active methods of teaching and computing are used. Students are involved in performing research work. The Department has 8 specialized laboratories on chemical thermodynamics, phase equilibria and solutions, electrochemistry, kinetics of chemical reactions. The Department of Physical Chemistry teaches 5 training courses:

  1. Physical chemistry. 
    Is taught to students in the following specialties: 
    “Chemical technologies and engineering” (161); “Sectoral engineering” (133); “Automation and computer-integrated technologies” (151); “Applied Mechanics” (131).
  2. Physical and Colloidal Chemistry. 
    It is taught to students in the following specialties: 
    “Food Technologies” (181); “Biotechnology and Bioengineering” (162); “Publishing and Printing” (186); “Pharmacy” (226).
  3. Physical chemistry in Ecology. 
    It is taught to students of the specialty “Ecology” (101).
  4. Physical and chemical bases of Heat Technology. 
    Teaches the students of the specialty “Teploenergetika” (144).
  5. Surface phenomena and properties of disperse systems. 
    It is taught to students of the specialty “Chemical technologies and engineering” (161).

Courses  “Physical Chemistry”  and  “Surface phenomena and disperse systems”  are fundamental chemical disciplines. The mastery of the basics of these disciplines is necessary for the study of the following chemical and technological training courses.

The subject of discipline “Physical Chemistry”  is to establish interconnection , connection of chemical and physical phenomena in different systems. The purpose of the discipline  – to provide future engineer-technologists with theoretical knowledge of the basic laws that determine the direction of chemical processes, their speed, the influence of various factors on the chemical and phase equilibrium; the conditions for obtaining the maximum output of the required product; to form skills of application of physicochemical methods of research for solving the main problems of chemical technology.

The subject of the discipline  “Surface phenomena and disperse systems”  consists in assimilating students theoretical ideas about the features of a heterogeneous disperse state in which there can be any substances and materials, acquiring the skills of applying the laws of physical chemistry, which are established for ideal systems, with respect to real systems . The purpose of the discipline  – to provide students with the technological direction of theoretical knowledge and experimental skills regarding disperse systems and surface phenomena to create one of the constituent parts of the base for further study of the special disciplines necessary for the comprehensive training of the relevant specialists.

List of recommendedliterature

Tutorials:

  1. Stromberg A.G., Sejmchenko D.P. Physical chemistry, M., High school, 1988.
  2. A. Golikov “Manual on Physical Chemistry”, Moscow, Higher School, 1988.
  3. Swan V.I. Physical Chemistry: A Tutorial for the Student. chem special Kharkiv, Gymnasium, 2008.
  4. Physical chemistry ed. K. S. Krasnov, M., Higher school, 1982.
  5. Koshel M.D. Theoretical Foundations of Electrochemical Energy, Dn-rk, UDKhTU, 2002.
  6. Kudryashov I.V, Karetnikov G.S. Collection of examples and problems in physical chemistry. M, Higher school, 1991.
  7. Kiseleva EV, Karetnikov G. S., Kudryashov IV. Collection of examples and problems in physical chemistry. , Higher school.1983.
  8. Brief Directory of Physical and Chemical Values, ed.  Ravdal. M., Chemistry, 1983.
  9. Eremin E. N. Fundamentals of chemical kinetics. , Higherschool.
  10. Emanuel N. M., Knorre G. D. Course of chemical kinetics. M, Higherschool, 1984.
  11. Frolov Yu. G. Course of colloid chemistry. , Chemistry, 1989.
  12. Friedrichsberg D. A. Course of colloid chemistry. , Chemistry, 1984.
  13. Mecdlov-Petrosyan MO, Lebid VI, Glazkova O.M. Colloid chemistry, Kharkiv, Folio, 2005.
  14. Laboratory Works and Problems in Colloid Chemistry, ed. Yu G. G. Frolov. M., Chemistry, 1986.
  15. Voyutsky S. S. Course of colloid chemistry, M., Chemistry, 1975.
  16. Homonai V.I. Physical and colloidal chemistry: Textbook for university students. Vinnitsa, NewBook, 2007.

Methodical instructions of the Department

7-8 Tetrameter “Physical Chemistry”, “Physical and Colloidal Chemistry”

Lecture course

No. 3490 .  Summary of lectures for foreign undergraduate students specialty 161 “Chemical technology and engineering”. Discipline “Physical chemistry”. Sections: “Chemical thermodynamics”, “Chemical and phase equilibrium”. Part 1. / Composition: D.V. Girenko, D.A. Sukhomlin – Dnipro: GVUZ UGHTU, 2016. – 120 s.

№ 3490-2 .  Summary of lectures for foreign undergraduate students specialty 161 “Chemical technology and engineering”. Discipline “Physical chemistry”. Sections: “Solutions”, “Electrochemistry”. Part 2. / Composition: D.V. Girenko, D.A. Sukhomlin – Dnipro: GVUZ UGHTU, 2017. – 83 p.

Laboratory Workshop

No. 1880 .  Methodical instructions for a laboratory workshop for students in the direction of preparation 6.051401 – “Biotechnology” in the discipline “Physical and colloidal chemistry” / in. V. S. Protsenko .-Dnipropetrovsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2012. – 43 p.

No. 3018 .  Methodical instructions for the laboratory workshop on the sections “Chemical thermodynamics”, “Chemical and phase equilibrium”, “Solutions” of the course “Physical chemistry” for undergraduate students in the field of training 6.051301 / Institution: D.V. Girenko, A.I. Kasian, B.V. Murashevich. – Dnipropetrovsk: Dvnz UDKHTU, 2015. – 47 p.

No. 3016 .  Methodical instructions for a laboratory workshop for foreign undergraduate students in the field of training 6.051301 – “Chemical technology”. Discipline “Physical chemistry”. Sections «Thermodynamics», «Chemical and phase equilibrium», «Solutions», «Surface phenomena» / Composition: D.V. Girenko, A.I. Kasyan, B.V. Murashevich. – Dnepropetrovsk: GVUZ UGHTU, 2015. – 47 p.

No. 2775 .  Methodical instructions for a laboratory workshop for undergraduate students in the field of training 6.051301 – chemical technology from the discipline “Physical chemistry”. Part II (Sections “Surface phenomena” and “Electrochemistry”) / Publisher: V. S. Protsenko, A. Kitik, F. Y. Danilov. – Dnipropetrovsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2013. – 35 p.

Methodical instructions for Practical classes and individual work

No. 3626 .  Guidelines for individual tasks (reference data) courses “Physical Chemistry”, “Physical Chemistry in ecology”, “Physical and Colloid Chemistry”, “Physical and chemical bases teplotehnolohiyi” for students specialties: 101 – Environment 131 – Applied Mechanics 133 – Sector engineering 144 – Thermal 151 – Automation and computer integrated technologies 161 – Chemical technology and engineering 162 – Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 181 – Food technology 186 – Publishing and Printing, 226 – Pharmacy. / Ok D. A. Sukhumlin, D. V. Girenko – Dnipro: DvnzUDKhTU, 2016. – 56 p.

No. 3015 . Methodical instructions for practical classes and independent work of students on the sections “Chemical thermodynamics”, “Chemical and phase equilibrium”, “Solutions” of the course “Physical chemistry” for undergraduate students in the direction of preparation 6.051301 / Institution: D.V. Girenko, O. I. Kasyan, B. V. Murashevich. – Dnipropetrovsk: Dvnz UDKHTU, 2015. – 68 p.

No. 3017 . Methodical instructions for practical classes and independent work of foreign students-bachelors in the direction of preparation 6.051301 – “Chemical technology”. Discipline “Physical chemistry”. Sections «Thermodynamics», «Chemical and Phase equilibrium», «Solutions», «Electrochemistry» / Composition: D.V. Girenko, A.I. Kasian, B.V. Murashevich. – Day-center: GVUZ UGHTU, 2015.- 36 s.

No. 1572 .  Methodical instructions for practical classes and independent work for students in the direction of training “Biotechnology” on discipline “Physical and colloidal chemistry”. Ch. 1. Physical chemistry / Proc. V. S. Protsenko, I.O. Melnichenko, G.V. Balioz. Dn-vsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2010. – 47 p.

No. 1869 .  Methodical instructions for practical classes and independent work for students in the direction of preparation 6.051401- “Biotechnology” in the discipline “Physical and colloidal chemistry”. Part 2. Colloid chemistry / Inc.: V. S. Protsenko, I. O. Melnichenko, G. V. Balios ,. Dn-vsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2010. – 38 p.

No. 1608 .  Methodical instructions for practical classes and independent work of the students of the specialty MSSP from the course “Physical and colloid chemistry” for the credit-module system. Part I, tetramec 7th / Uc. Yu.B. Mariaskin, D.V. Girenko, D.A. Golovko, O. A. Belyanovskaya. – Dnipropetrovsk: UDKhTU, 2008. – 62 p.

No. 1565 . Methodical instructions for independent work for students of the specialty WUA on the course “Physical chemistry” for the credit-module system. Tetramestr 8th Contributors: O. A. Belyanovsky, D. A. Golovko, D. V. Girenko. Dn-vsk, UDKhTU, 2008 – 32 p.

9thtetramestre “Physical chemistry” (Kinetics)

Laboratory Workshop

No. 3020 . Methodical instructions for a laboratory workshop for students of the 3rd year of training 6.051301 – Chemical technology in discipline “Physical chemistry”. Part III (“Chemical kinetics and catalysis”) / Publisher: V. S. Protsenko, A. Kitik – Dnipropetrovsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2015. – 44 p.

No. 714 . Methodical instructions for a laboratory practice under the section “Chemical kinetics” of the course “Physical chemistry” for the 3rd year students of chemical-technological specialties. DanilovF.Yu., Kryukova L.V., Melnichenko I.O. 2001.

Methodical instructions for Practical classes and Independent work

No. 1485 . Methodical instructions for practical classes and independent work of students of specialties of TC, TV, TC, THR, PE, TEU from the course “Physical chemistry” for the credit-module system. Part IV, the tetrameter of the 9th (Section “Chemical kinetics and catalysis”) / Publisher: L.V.Kryukova, V.S. Protsenko, T.E. Butyrina, T.V. Luk , Yanenko, V. B. Patterns -Dn-vsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2007 – 44 p.

No. 1964 . Methodical instructions for students’ independent work of direction 0513 from the course “Physical chemistry” for the credit-module system Part III. Section “Chemical kinetics and catalysis” / UL. L.V.Kryukova, V.S. Protsenko, T. E. Butyrina. – Dnipropetrovsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2010.- 59 p.

10thtetramestre “Surface phenomena and properties of disperse systems”

Laboratory Workshop

No. 1801 . Methodical instructions to the workshop on the course “Surface phenomena and properties of disperse systems” for students of technological specialties (Section “Properties of disperse systems”) / Okt. : I.O. Melnichenko, O.V. Murashevich, G.V.Balyoz. – Dnipropetrovsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2009. – 21 p.

No. 1880 . Methodical instructions for a laboratory workshop for students in the field of training 6.051401 – “Biotechnology” and 6.051301 – “Chemical technology” in the discipline “Physical and colloidal chemistry”, “Surface phenomena and disperse systems” / in. VS Protsenko.-Dnipropetrovsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2012. – 43 p.

No. 2058 . Methodical instructions for independent work and practical and laboratory classes for students of technological specialties of correspondence form of training in the course “Surface phenomena and disperse systems”. Part 1 / Uc .: V.V. Gerasimov, V.S. Protsenko, D.A. Sukhomlin – Dnipropetrovsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2012. – 44 p.

Methodological instructions for individual work

Number 4 . Methodical instructions for practical classes and independent work of students of specialties of TC, TV, TC, THR, PE, TEV from the course “Surface phenomena and properties of disperse systems” for the credit-module system. Tetramestr 10th. Compilers: I.O. Melnichenko, A.V. Murashevich, I. M. Shapovalov, F.Y. Danilov, G.V.Balyoz, Y. B. Mar , Yaskin. Dn-vsk, DvnzUDKhTU, 2008. – 26 p.

No. 2058 . Methodical instructions for independent work and practical and laboratory classes for students of technological specialties of correspondence form of training in the course “Surface phenomena and disperse systems”. Part 1 / Uc .: VV Gerasimov, VS Protsenko, D.A. Sukhomlin – Dnipropetrovsk: DvnzUDKhTU, 2012. – 44 p.