Course code Ķīmi2017

Credit points 2

Chemistry I

Total Hours in Course80

Number of hours for lectures16

Number of hours for laboratory classes24

Independent study hours40

Date of course confirmation03.02.2015

Responsible UnitDepartment of Chemistry

Course developer

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Ilze Čakste


Course abstract

„Chemistry I” program focuses on generality of the chemical elements and compounds, transformations and properties of inorganic compounds. To improve knowledge and skills training materials, individual work-tasks and laboratory works which illustrate the dynamic nature of general, inorganic and environment chemistry in ones field are provided.

Learning outcomes and their assessment

After completing the course student will have:
• knowledge and understanding of inorganic compounds, their properties, generality and practical significance of transformations; knowledge basis to help in further studies and self-perfection, as well as basic knowledge about different qualitative and quantitative methods for determination of chemical compounds composition;
• skills to think analytically and be creative to apply in practice generality of chemistry in both studies and ones professional work;
• competence to acquire, select and evaluate new information in an equitable fashion independently and use it to solve issues and problems related to chemical analysis.

Compulsory reading

1. Čakste I. Vispārīgā ķīmija: mācību līdzeklis. Jelgava: LLU, 2008. 66 lpp.
2. Druviete B., Truksne D. Neorganiskie savienojumi, to klasifikācija un vispārīgās ķīmiskās īpašības. Jelgava: LLU, 2008. 59 lpp.
3. Rauhvargers A. Vispārīgā ķīmija. Rīga: Zinātne, 1996. 383 lpp.
4. E-studiju materiāli:

Further reading

1. Gļinka N. Vispārīgā ķīmija. Rīga: Zvaigzne, 1981. 685 lpp.
2. Brunere V., Kamzole L., Blūms A., Kacens J. Ķīmija augstskolu inženiertehniskajām specialitātēm. Rīga: Zvaigzne, 1992.
3. Selindžers B. Cita ķīmija. Rīga: Mācību grāmata, 2007. 517 lpp.

Periodicals and other sources

1. Ilustrētā Zinātne Rīga : Mediju grupa TOPS. ISSN 1691-256X.
2. Zinātnisko rakstu meklētājs „Google Scholar Beta”
3. Zinātnisko rakstu meklētājs: „SCIRIUS for scientific information only”