14D190 - Separation Methods in Quality Control

Course specification
Course titleSeparation Methods in Quality Control
Study programme
Lecturer (for classes)
Lecturer/Associate (for practice)
    Lecturer/Associate (for OTC)
      ConditionОблик условљености
      The goalThe aim of this course is to introduce students to the principles of separation methods, the use of separation agents and selection criteria to a particular method, and agents for a specific purpose. The course includes an independent homework and term papers.
      The outcomeStudents are able to: (1) acquire the expertise to analyze existing and development of new procedures for quality control, (2) devising, lead, analyze and implement the development of new procedures for quality control, and (3) gain independence and innovation capacity to develop new ideas, and (4) acquire social and communication competencies required for the implementation of new ideas in the field of separation methods.
      Contents of lecturesThe course introduces students to the physical and chemical separation methods that are of central importance in the field of analytical chemistry and quality control. Thus the program includes a general definition of separation processes and their classification with chemical and / or physical methods, and the very basics of their use in quality control. Lecture: the equilibrium separation processes, separation with chemical reaction, chromatography, membrane separation techniques, separation processes in the fields, the biological and biochemical methods of separation and attractive solution for separation system in quality control. Students prepare homework assignments and one seminar.
      Contents of exercisesLectures, seminars and homework assignments.
      1. Stevanović S., Trivunac K., Osnovi separacionih procesa, skripta, TMF
      2. Berg E.W., Phisical and Chemical Methods of Separation, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1963.
      3. Noble R.D., Terry P.A., Principles of Chemical Separations With Environmental Applications, Cambrige University Press, Cambrige, 2004.
      4. Jack S. Watson, Separation Methods for Waste and Environmental Applications, Marcel Dekker Inc., New York, 1999.
      5. Colin F. Poole (Editor), Michael Cooke (Editor), Ian D. Wilson (Editor) Encyclopedia of Separation Science, Academic Press; 1st edition 2000.
      Number of hours per week during the semester/trimester/year
      LecturesExercisesOTCStudy and ResearchOther classes
      Methods of teachingLectures, seminars and homework assignments.
      Knowledge score (maximum points 100)
      Pre obligationsPointsFinal examPoints
      Activites during lectures10Test paper
      Practical lessonsOral examination60