SYLLABUS

Name of Course   : Physical Chem II (Chemical Kinetics)
Code Number       : KI C–319
Credit                  : 3 credits per semester
Semester             : IV / V
Study Program    : Chemistry Ed. / Chemistry

LECTURER:
Drs. Jaslin Ikhsan, M.App.Sc, Ph.D.
The Department of Chemistry Education,
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Yogyakarta State University
2013 

KIC 319, Physical Chemistry II (Chemical Kinetics: CheKin, 3 sks, semester IV and V)


This course studies Chemical kinetics with learning materials of (1) Kinetic Theory of Gas, (2) Chemical  Rate,  and  (Transporting  Molecules).  The  chosen  methods  for  student  learning  and teaching are reasoning and problem solving, cooperation, and experimentation. The interaction will be the important part of learning that is most emerged in most 16 times of face-to-face lectures.

Delivery system in this course is a kind of hybrid learning, e.i a mixture between face-to-face lecture and online lecture using learning management system (LMS) of edmodo.com. edmodo.com will be most the media of online interaction in which the materials are uploaded, the assignments are given, the online discussions are carried out, the online observations from students’ parents can be conducted, and the results/achievements of students are saved and displayed. Online discussion (conference) is sometimes carried out using skype or fb-video-chat when it is expected by students.

References that are used in this lecture mainly are Physical Chemistry textbooks and their translation such as the book written by Atkins, as well as chemical kinetics textbook such as the one written by Laidler.

1. Identity of Course
–   Name of Course         : Chemical Kinetics
–   Code Number             : KI C–319
–   Credit                         : 3 credits per semester
–   Semester                     : IV / V
–   Course Group             : Physical Chemistry
–   Study Program            : Chemistry Ed. / Chemistry
–   Course Status             : Compulsory
–   Pre-requisite Course    : Physical Chemistry I (Thermodynamic)

2. Objectives
The objective of this lecture is to develop chemistry skills of students, especially dealing with Chemical Kinetics. By learning Chemical Kinetics, students will implement the concepts of those kinetics to daily life phenomena and industrial processes purposes.

3. Content Description
This course is part of physical chemistry discussing chemical kinetics or dynamics. Chemical dynamic or kinetics is due to the movement of molecules both gas and solute with certain reaction mechanisms. This course includes: kinetic theory of gas, chemical kinetics, and  transport of gas and solute.

The kinetic theory will discuss:
–   the Gas Pressure,
–   Translational Kinetic Energy,
–   Root Mean Square Speed, Average Speed, Most probable Speed, 
–   Maxwell Boltzmann Distribution,
–   Collision Frequency (number of collisions per molecule),
–   Collision rate (total number of collisions),
–   Mean Free Path (distance traveled between collisions).

Chemical Rate includes:
–   Rate,
–   Order,
–   Rate law,
–   Rate constant,
–   Half-life,
–   Temperature Dependence,
–   Molecularity,
–   Elementary (Elementary Consecutive Reactions, Rate Determining Steps, Pre-equilibrium Reaction),
–   Reaction Mechanisms,
–   Steady-state Approximation,
–   Mechanism of Enzyme Reaction (Michaelis-Menten Mechanisms,
–   Unimoleculer Reactions (Lindemann-Hinshelwood Mechanisms).

Transporting molecules will discuss mainly on:
–   Conductivity of electrolyte solutions (Strong and weak electrolyte),
–   Ion Mobility (Ion mobility, Conductivity, Transport number),
–   Transport numbers,
–   Diffusion.

4. Learning Strategy
–   Methods          : reasoning and problem solving, cooperative, independent assignment
–   Assignment     : independent through online with LMS for enrichments
–   Media           : infocus, materials resources (ppt/pdf, video, digibook, LMS edmodo, online video chat, website).

5. Evaluation
–   Independent and group assignment
–   Face-to-face and online activities
–   Mid-term test
–   Post-test (final exam)

6. Learning material for each meeting of lecture
Meeting             
Learning Materials
1:Learning Materials
2:Gas Pressure, root mean square speed, , average speed, most possible speed,
3:Maxwell Distribution  (M-B) of Molecule speed
4:M-B to derive the equations of the speeds
5:Collision parameters, and collision number
6:Collision frequency and mean free path
7:Rate, Reaction Order, Rate Law, Rate constants, Half Life
8:Temperature Dependence, Rate on Reaction approaching the equilibrium
9:Rate on Elementary Reactions: Elementary Consecutive Reactions, RDS, Pre equilibrium
10:Steady-state Approximation
11:Reaction Mechanism: Michaelis Mentan, Lindemann-Hinshelwood
12:Transport of Gas: Diffusion, and Thermal Conductivity,
13:Transport of Gas: viscosity and exercise
14:Transport of Ion: Conductivity of electrolyte solutions (strong and weak electrolyte)
15:Ion Mobility: Ion mobility and conductivity,  Transport number
16:Conductivity, Transport numbers, Diffusion

7. References
–   P.W. Atkins, Physical Chemistry, Oxford University Press
–   P.W. Atkins, Kimia Fisika, Jilid 2 (terjemahan), Erlangga, Jakarta.
–   Ira N. Levine, Physical Chemistry, McGraw-Hill.
–   Keith J. Laidler, Chemical Kinetics, HarperCollins Publishers. 

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