SEMESTER LEARNING PLAN
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Course Title: Experimental in Physical Chemistry (PKF)
MK code: AKM21 541
Credit Weight: 1
Group of Courts: Compulsory
Semester: 4
Prerequisite Course: PKD2, PKA
Lecturer:
Physical Chemistry Team
Graduate Learning Outcomes (GLO)
Attitude | GLO1-(S9) | Demonstrate an attitude of responsibility for work in their field of expertise independently. |
Knowledge | GLO2-(PP1) | Mastering the theoretical concepts of structure, properties, changes, kinetics, and energetics of molecules and chemical systems, identification, separation, characterization, transformation, synthesis of micromolecular chemicals and their application. |
GLO3-(PP2) | Mastering complete operational knowledge of functions, how to operate standard chemical instruments, and analysis of data and information from these instruments | |
GLO4-(PP3) | Mastering the basic principles of software for analysis, synthesis, and molecular modeling in general or more specific chemical fields | |
General Skills | GLO5-(KU1) | Able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of the development or implementation of science and technology that pays attention to and applies humanities values in accordance with their field of expertise |
GLO6-(KU2) | Able to demonstrate independent, quality, and measurable performance | |
GLO7-(KU5) | Able to make decisions on a regular basis in the context of solving problems in their area of expertise, based on the results of analysis of information and data | |
Special Skills | GLO8-(KK2) | Able to solve science and technology problems in general and straightforward chemical fields such as identification, analysis, isolation, transformation, and synthesis of micro-molecules through the application of knowledge of structure, properties, kinetics, and energetics of molecules and chemical systems, with analytical methods |
Course Learning Outcomes
CLO-1 | Students are able to measure the heat of reaction with a calorimeter |
CLO-2 | Students are able to determine Interaction Energy with Computing |
CLO-3 | Students are able to measure the surfactant CMC value |
CLO-4 | Students are able to measure and calculate reaction rate constants due to the influence of concentration and temperature |
CLO-5 | Students are able to measure the concentration of absorbed substances and calculate the Langmuir constant |
CLO-6 | Students are able to measure the concentration of vitamin C during storage so as to determine the stability of vitamin C |
CLO-7 | Students are able to use the Oswald viscometer to determine the BM of polymer |
CLO-8 | Students are able to interpret IR spectra with computation |
CLO-9 | Students are able to calculate the heat of dissolution and explain the relationship between solubility and temperature |
CLO-10 | Students measure the apparent reaction order of coconut cream solving |
Course Description
This practicum examines three aspects of physical chemistry including energetics, kinetics, quantum and interactions between molecules. These three aspects are contained in the measurement of the heat of reaction, calculating the heat of dissolution, measuring the order and rate constant of the reaction, determining the Langmuir constant in the adsorption process, determining the molecular weight of the polymer, measuring the surfactant CMC value and determining the interaction energy between molecules and interpreting IR spectra through computation.
Week | Expected ability (Sub-CLO) | Study Materials/ Learning Materials | Learning methods | Student Learning Experience | Time (minutes) | Evaluation | |
Criteria and Indicators | % | ||||||
1 | Students are able to understand laboratory engineering and safety | Laboratory Management and Laboratory Safety | Practice | able to explain the technique of using engineering tools for safety in the laboratory | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | Accuracy in explaining the technique of using tools for safety in the laboratory | 5 |
2 | Students are able to explain each practical material that will be carried out | Concept of quantum theory, Concept of energetic theory, and Concept of kinetic theory | Practice | able to explain every practical material that will be implemented | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | Accuracy of explaining each practical material that will be implemented | 5 |
3 | Students are able to measure the heat of reaction with a calorimeter | Concept of energetic theory and determination of heat of reaction with a colorimeter | Practice | able to measure the heat of reaction with a calorimeter | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | The accuracy of measuring the heat of reaction with a calorimeter | 6 |
4 | Students are able to determine Interaction Energy with Computing | Intermolecular Interaction: Determination of Interaction Energy by Computing | Practice | able to determine Interaction Energy with Computing | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | Accuracy determines Interaction Energy with Computing | 6 |
5 | Students are able to measure the surfactant CMC value | Intermolecular Interaction: Colloidal Concept, determination of critical micelle concentration (CMC) of surfactants | Practice | able to explain the definition of micellar critical concentration (CMC) and measure the value of CMC | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | Accuracy explains the definition of critical micelle concentration (CMC) and measures the value of CMC | 6 |
6 | students are able to measure and calculate reaction rate constants due to the influence of concentration and temperature | The concept of kinetics: the effect of concentration and temperature on the reaction rate | Practice | able to measure and calculate reaction rate constants due to the influence of concentration and temperature | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | The accuracy of measuring and calculating the reaction rate constant due to the influence of concentration and temperature | 6 |
7 | Students are able to measure the concentration of absorbed substances and calculate the Langmuir constant | Interface concept: adsorption on a solution | Practice | able to measure the concentration of absorbed substances and calculate the Langmuir constant | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | Accurately measure the concentration of the adsorbed substance and calculate the Langmuir constant | 6 |
8 | Students are able to measure the concentration of vitamin C during storage so as to determine the stability of vitamin C | Quantitative analysis: stability of vitamin C | Practice | able to measure the concentration of vitamin C during storage so as to determine the stability of vitamin C | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | The accuracy of measuring the concentration of vitamin C during storage so as to determine the stability of vitamin C | 6 |
9 | Students are able to use the Oswald viscometer to determine the BM of polymer | Determination of Chitosan Molecular Weight Using Viscosity Method | Practice | able to use Oswald viscometer to determine polymer BM | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | Accuracy using Oswald viscometer to determine polymer BM | 6 |
10 | students are able to interpret IR spectra with computation | Infrared (IR) Spectra Modeling With Computing | Practice | able to interpret IR spectra by computation | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | Accuracy of interpreting IR spectra by computation | 6 |
11 | Students are able to calculate the heat of dissolution and explain the relationship between solubility and temperature | Solubility as a function of temperature | Practice | able to calculate the heat of dissolution and explain the relationship between solubility and temperature | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | Accurately calculate the heat of dissolution and explain the relationship between solubility and temperature | 6 |
12 | Accurately calculate the heat of dissolution and explain the relationship between solubility and temperature | Reaction Kinetics of Coconut Cream Emulsion Breaking By Acid | Practice | able to measure the apparent reaction order of coconut cream solving | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | The accuracy of measuring the apparent reaction order of coconut cream solving | 6 |
13 | Students are able to discuss the material assigned to each group | Discussion, | Practice | able to discuss the material assigned to each group | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | The accuracy of discussing the material assigned to each group | 5 |
14 | Students are able to present the material assigned to each group | Presentation | Practice | able to present the material assigned to each group | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | Accuracy in presenting the material assigned to each group | 5 |
15 | Students are able to present the material assigned to each group | Presentation | Practice | able to present the material assigned to each group | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | Accuracy in presenting the material assigned to each group | 5 |
16 | Students are able to answer all the questions presented in the responses | Response | Practice | able to answer all the questions presented in the response | Activities in the laboratory: sks/mg x 170 min/sks | The accuracy of answering all the questions presented in the response | 15 |
Reference:
- Daniels, 1970, Experimental Physical Chemistry, ed. 7
- Atkins, P.W., 1995, Physical Chemistry, 5th edition
- Glasstone, 1956, Elements of Physical Chemistry, cetakan ke 14
Glossary
GLO = Graduate Learning Outcome
CLO = Course Learning Outcomes
FF = Face to Face Learning
ST = Structured tasks
SS = Self Study