News

  • The meeting with the UWr. students, who are qualified for Erasmus exchange in the academic year 2015/2016 will take place on the

    5th March (Thursday) at 13:15 in room 205D

    (2nd floor, building "D" Wydziału Prawa, Administracji i Ekonomii, ul. Uniwersytecka 7-10)

    ATTENDANCE IS COMPULSORY!

  • The 2015 application round for the Master's course in 'Global Studies - A European Perspective' and the Erasmus Mundus grant will open on January 15th, 2015.

    This Master's course is an interdisciplinary, research-based programme offered by a Consortium of five European universities:

    *Leipzig University (Germany),

    *London School of Economics and Political Science (UK),

    *Roskilde University (Denmark),

    *University of Vienna (Austria),

    *and University of Wroclaw (Poland)

Structures and Applications of Inorganic Compounds

Program: 
Chemistry
ECTS: 
5
Lecturer: 
prof. Jerzy Lisowski
Type: 
Optional
Lecture
Number of hours: 
3h X 15 weeks = 45 hours (1 semester)
Objective: 

- Student learns the relationship between the structure of inorganic compounds, their properties and applications
- Student understands the usage of basic principles of inorganic chemistry in practical applications.
- Student is acquainted with modern inorganic materials and applications of inorganic compounds

Assessment: 

Lecture: exam

Prerequisites: 

Passed the exams: Fundamentals of Chemistry, Math methods in chemistry

Contents: 
  • Inorganic polymers

  • glasses and ceramic materials

  • Zeolites and porous materials for gas storage.

  • Lewis acids, superacids and their application

  • Inorganic compounds for medical diagnostics.

  • Semiconductors and superconductors.

  • Carbon nanotubes and graphene.

  • Inorganic compounds in nano scale.

  • Oxidants and their applications.

  • Inorganic compounds in batteries, fuel cells and artificial photosynthesis.

  • Introduction to .magnetic and optical materials.

Knowledge and understanding

  • Student acquires extended knowledge of inorganic compounds, their molecular and crystal structures, bonding, properties and applications

  • Student can indicate the applications of inorganic compounds

Intelectual and practical skills

  • Utilizes the principles of inorganic chemistry in practical applications of compounds

  • Is able to analyze the relationship between the structure of inorganic compounds, their properties and applications