Inorganic Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry University of Bordeaux
This class is divided into three courses, InorganicChemistry,electrochemistry and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR): - ELECTROCHEMISTRY: Students will learn the basics ofanalyticalelectrochemistry. They will understand how the conductivityof asolution can be used to titrate a solution. They will learn howbymeasuring, the potential, the intensity of the electrodessolutionscomposition evolution can be followed. They will also getsomebasic knowledge about the use of ion selective electrodestodetermine the concentration of a specific ion. - INORGANIC CHEMISTRY : students will learn, from the distinction ofthe main types of chemical bonds and the knowledge of the phasediagrams, to approach the stability of the solid with respect to water(corrosion domain / passivation), temperature, partial pressure ofoxygen. - NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE (NMR): Students will learn the basicsofNMR spectroscopy, including the origin of the signal (nuclearspininversion, effect of the magnetic field) and the influenceofelectronic density on the transition energies. In parallel,thestudents will learn how to analyse proton NMR spectra and usethespectra to determine the molecular structure of unknownmolecules.
3 WRITTEN EXAMS IN DECEMBER: - inorganic chemistry: 1h30, 50 % weight of overall mark - electrochemistry: 45 min, 25 % weight of overall mark - NMR 45 min: 25 % weight of overall markIn case of failure, a second session is organized for the final exam,either as a written final exam or an oral session, depending on thenumber of failed students. This 2nd session takes place at the end ofJune.
ELECTROCHEMISTRY> Chapter I: Introduction - Economic and sociological importance of electrochemistry. - Origins of electrochemistry. - Chemical activity of a species in solution. - The number of oxidation.> Chapter II: Conductivity - Principle of operation of a conductivity meter. - Conductance G and conductivity σ of a solution. - The migration, molar conductivity of an ion: λ, molar conductivityof an electrolyte Ʌ. - The notion of equivalence, the number of transport, ti;Kohlrausch's Law, conductimetric titration.> Chapter III: Potentiometry - The basics of redox reaction, intensity-potential curves, masstransfer> Chapter IV: Amperometry and coulometry for titration> Chapter V: Ion selective electrodesINORGANIC CHEMISTRY> Chapter II: Ellingham diagrams, construction and exploitation fordry corrosion and redox reactions understanding. Application toindustrial elaboration of Iron.> Chapter III: Pourbaix Diagrams, construction and exploitation forhumid corrosion and redox reactions understanding. Application to thehumid corrosion of iron and corrosion protection. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)> Chapter I: Origin of NMR Spectroscopy - Nuclear Spin: Nuclear energy levels in a magnetic field. - Pulse NMR: Perturbation – Relaxation. - NMR Signal: FID, Frequency range,Spectra. > Chapter II: Proton NMR in liquid phase - Shielding constant, Shielding and deschielding - Chemical shift - Spectral and quantitative analysis> Chapter III : - Spin-spin (1H-1H) coupling
- Lectures (18 x 1h20)
Online Course Requirement
Main lectures are taught in French, but all written supports areavailable in English (lectures, exercises, manuals, exam written textsDuration: 12 weeksLanguage of instruction: Lectures are taught in French. Practical sessions and all course material are in English.Mode of delivery: Face-to-face teaching
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: André Del Guerzo (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance)email@example.comNathalie Bertrand (inorganic chemistry)firstname.lastname@example.orgPhilippe Goyerphilippe.email@example.com