SEMESTER LEARNING PLAN
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Course Title: Battery and Fuel (BAT)
MK code: AKM21 446
Credit Weight: 2
Group of Courts: Elective
Semester: 4
Prerequisite Course: ENG
Lecturer:
Drs. WH Rahmanto, M.Si
Dra. Linda Suyati, M.Si
Graduate Learning Outcomes (GLO)
Attitude  GLO1(S9)  Demonstrate an attitude of responsibility for work in their field of expertise independently. 
Knowledge  GLO2(PP2)  Mastering complete operational knowledge about functions, operating standard chemical instruments, and analyzing data and information from these instruments 
GLO3(PP3)  Mastering the basic principles of software for analysis, synthesis, and molecular modeling in general or more specific chemical fields  
General Skills  GLO4(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 uses humanities values by their field of expertise 
GLO5(KU2)  Able to demonstrate independent, quality, and measurable performance.  
GLO6(KU3)  Able to examine the implications of developing or implementing science and technology that pays attention to and applies humanities values according to their expertise based on scientific principles, procedures, and ethics to produce solutions, ideas, designs, or art criticism.  
Special skill  GLO7 (KK4)  Able to analyze several alternative solutions in identification, analysis, isolation, transformation, and synthesis of available chemicals and present analysis conclusions for appropriate decision making. (KK3) Able to use software to determine the structure and energy of macromolecules, software to assist analysis and synthesis in general or more specific chemical fields (organic, biochemical, or inorganic), and for data processing (analytical chemistry). 
Course Description
In this course, students learn about: The development of battery technology, the determinants of batteries, and how to synthesize batteries.
Week  Expected ability (SubCLO)  Study Materials/ Learning Materials  Learning methods  Student Learning Experience  Time (minutes)  Evaluation  
Criteria and Indicators  %  
1  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Electrochemical principles of battery with a minimum speed of 80%  1. Introduction, Explanation and lecture Contract
2. Principles of battery electrochemistry: § Charge transfer reactions § Salt bridge § Electrode potential § Ionic conduction in solution 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning 
Students discuss  FF: 1 x (2 x 50”)
ST + SS: 1 x [(2 x 50”) + (2 x 60”)] 
Accuracy of students explaining (C1)
a. Charge transfer reaction b. salt bridge c. Electrode potential d. Ionic conduction in solution 
5 
2  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Principles of Thermodynamics  Thermodynamic Principles:
1. Electromotive force 2. The properties of the battery 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 1 x (2 x 50”)
ST + SS: 1 x [(2 x 50”) + (2 x 60”)] 
The accuracy of students defining (C1) and assessing the Principles of Thermodynamics  5 
3  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Thermodynamics principle accuracy of at least 80%  Principles of Kinetics:
1. The rate of current in an electrochemical cell 2. Polarization 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 1 x (2 x 50”)
ST + SS: 1 x [(2 x 50”) + (2 x 60”)] 
The accuracy of explaining the Principles of Thermodynamics
– the accuracy of using the formulations of the Principles of Thermodynamics to solve the problems given by the lecturer 
5 
4  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) battery characteristics with a minimum accuracy of 80%  Battery parameters:
1. capacity 2. energy 3. power 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 2 x 50
ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 
– Accuracy in explaining capacity, energy, and power
– the accuracy of using the formulas of capacity, energy, and power to solve the questions given by the lecturer 
5 
5  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) primary battery with at least 80% accuracy  Primary Battery:
1. Leclanche cells/dry cells 2. Zinc Manganese Battery 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 2 x 50
ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 
– accurate description of dry cell battery, zinc manganese battery, and alkaline battery
– the accuracy of assessing whether the battery is primary to solve the questions given by the lecturer 
10 
6  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) primary battery with at least 80% accuracy  Primary battery:
1. Metal oxide a. ZnHgO . system b. CdHgO . system 2. Metal air 3. Magnesium reserve 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 2 x 50
ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 
Accuracy of describing oxides, metallic air, and magnesium reserve  10 
7  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) secondary battery with at least 80% accuracy  Introduction to the secondary battery concept  Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 2 x 50
ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 
accuracy describes the secondary battery
– the accuracy of reacting compounds that are secondary batteries given by the lecturer 
10 
8  Midterm exam  Written exam  90  Truth in solving exam questions  
9  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) Secondary battery with at least 80% accuracy  Secondary battery:
1. NiCad battery 2. Metal Hydride Battery 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 2 x 50
ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 
accuracy describes NiCad battery, Hydride battery
the accuracy of using the formulas given to solve the problems about secondary battery 
5 
10  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) secondary battery with at least 80% accuracy  Secondary battery:
1. Magnesium zinc battery 2. NickelIron Battery 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 2 x 50
ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 
accuracy describes zinc magnesium battery, nickeliron battery
– the accuracy of using the formulas given to solve problems about zinc magnesium batteries, nickeliron batteries 
5 
11  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) battery reserve with at least 80% accuracy  1. Development of reserve battery
2. Temperature optimization 3. Selection of battery reserve 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 2 x 50
ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 
– accuracy describes battery reserve
– the accuracy of using the formulas given to solve problems about battery reserve 
10 
12  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) vehicle and emergency batteries with at least 80% accuracy  1. Raw material battery
2. Alternative lead acid system 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 2 x 50
ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 
accuracy of explaining vehicle battery
the accuracy of using the formulas given to solve problems about vehicle batteries

10 
13  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) fuel battery with at least 80% accuracy  Fuel Cells:
1. Phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC) 2. Proton Exchange Membrane 3. Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC) 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 2 x 50
ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 
accuracy of explaining fuel battery
accuracy in using the formulas given to solve problems about fuel batteries 
10 
1415  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) fuel battery with at least 80% accuracy  Fuel cell:
1. Molten Carbonite Fuel Cell 2. Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (MCFC) Microbial fuel cell 
Discovery learning
Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning 
Students discuss,  FF: 2 x 50
ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 
accuracy of explaining fuel battery
accuracy in using the formulas given to solve problems about fuel batteries 
20 
16  Final exams  Written exam  90  The truth and completeness of the answer to the question  
Total Rating  100 
Reference:
 Atkins dan de Paula, 2010, Physical Chemistry, W. H. Freeman and Company, New York
Glossary
GLO = Graduate Learning Outcome
CLO = Course Learning Outcomes
FF = Face to Face Learning
ST = Structured tasks
SS = Self Study