MHKK4 - Quality control of raw materials and products in inorganic chemical technology

Course specification
Course titleQuality control of raw materials and products in inorganic chemical technology
Study programmeChemical engineering
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Lecturer/Associate (for practice)
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    ConditionОблик условљености
    The goalThe course introduce students to specific production principals in inorganic chemical technology. Course provide students with the fundamental knowledge of industrial chemical and physical analysis (analysis of raw materials, semiproducts and products) and there application in technology control and introduce students to standards and significance of industrial products quality control.
    The outcomeStudents developed the skill for individual and team work in industrial laboratories for raw materials and products quality control in inorganic chemical technology. Students have obtained knowledge and appreciation to work in research laboratories on quality control improvement.
    Contents of lecturesIntroduction and significance of inorganic chemical technology. Introduction to standards and significance of industrial products quality control. Manufacture and quality control of primary inorganic materials (nitrogen and nitrogen compounds, phosphorus and phosphorus compounds, halogens and halogens compounds). Mineral fertilizers, manufacture and quality control of raw materials and products. Construction materials, ceramics, glass industries and inorganic fibers, and cements. Manufacturing procedures and physical and chemical analysis of silicon and its inorganic compounds. Chemical analysis of inorganic pigments.
    Contents of exercisesLAB: Chemical analysis of inorganic acids, mineral fertilizers, silicates, chromates, zeolites and inorganic pigments.
    1. С. Стевановић, Анализа квалитета сировина и производа, скрипта, ТМФ, Београд 2000.
    2. Д. Виторовић, Хемијска технологија, Научна књига, Београд, 1987.
    3. В. Рекалић, О. Виторовић, Аналитичка испитивања у технолошкој производњи (принципи и поступци), ТМФ, Београд, 1988.
    4. K. H. Buchel, H.H.Moretto, P..Woditsch, Industrial Inorganic Chemistry, 2nd Ed, WILEY-VC, 2000
    5. James A. Kent (Editor), Riegel's Handbook of Industrial Chemistry, Springer, 2003
    Number of hours per week during the semester/trimester/year
    LecturesExercisesOTCStudy and ResearchOther classes
    Methods of teachingTheoretical work, Experimental work and PPT presentation.
    Knowledge score (maximum points 100)
    Pre obligationsPointsFinal examPoints
    Activites during lectures10Test paper
    Practical lessons15Oral examination50