Molecular spectroscopy in environmental protection - lab
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Lab consists of six practicals from the range of fundamental techniques of spectroscopic methods: qualitative and quantitative analysis by means of FTIR spectroscopy along with its microscopic technique; qualitative and quantitative analysis by means of Raman spectroscopy along with its microscopic technique; - electron absorption spectroscopy for an analysis of molecular changes due to environmental factors. In the course of the lab, the student will gain knowledge of the practical application of molecular spectroscopy for solving problems of environmental protection, including the range of applicability of each technique, the advantages and disadvantages of spectroscopy to solve the problems of physico - chemical analysis of an environmental nature, mastering the techniques of sample preparation, execution of measurements by using spectroscopic instrumentation, safety rules related to its execution, a practical analysis of typical spectra as well as an understanding of the theoretical basis for the interpretation of spectral parameters.
Included in the average rate
Learning outcomes of a component
OS2_W01: Student enables to use definitions of molecular spectroscopy, especially those associated with problems of environmental protection.
OS2_W07: Student enables to plan environmental investigations based on the most appropriate (optimal) spectroscopic method and technique.
OS2_W02: Student enables to analyse in/organic compounds based on spectra of various techniques of molecular spectroscopy, including the interpretation of spectral information for a given chemical problem. Student enables assess the usefulness of results.
OS2_W03: Student enables describe techniques of molecular spectroscopy and uses selection rules for a given method. Student can analyse substances and processes associated with problems by selecting marker bands. Student can describe instrumentation employed in molecular spectroscopy.
OS2_W04: Student enables to select a technique of molecular spectroscopy and prepare a sample for measurements dedicated a given analysis of an environment state.
OS2_W06: Student enables to present modern scientific and technical achievements from the field of spectral analysis of the environment.
OS2_W08: Student knows safety rules during lab work with chemical and biological samples and during operation of spectroscopic instrumentation.
OS2_U01: Student uses advanced techniques of molecular spectroscopy and is able to choose an appropriate tool to a given research problem.
OS2_U03: Student can perform research tasks associated with problems of the environmental protections.
OS2_U05: Student enables to correlate spectral parameters obtained from recorded spectra with physicochemical properties of studied compounds.
OS2_U06: Student enables describe recorded spectral data in a written report and formulate conclusions.
OS2_U04: Student can perform an analysis of spectral results by using statistic and chemometric methods.
OS2_U09: Student independently plans material set in the course of experimental work.
OS2_U10: Student can verify conclusions obtained due to experimental investigations by their comparison with results reported in the scientific literature published in English.
OS2_K02: Student can perform spectroscopic measurements and analyse their results collaborating in the group.
OS2_K01: Student critically assesses her/his level of knowledge and understands the necessity of its deepening in the field of molecular spectroscopy.
OS2_K04: Student critically assesses the social aspects of the introduction of techniques spectroscopy methods in the environmental analysis.
OS2_K06: Students perform tasks in a way that ensures their own and the environment safety and respect the security rules to follow emergency.
OS2_K05: Student knows what the scientific literature should be used in the application of molecular spectroscopy in environmental protection.
Completion of a course of physical chemical.
Conditions of gaining credit
Assessment with grading
Conditions of assessment: 1. Active participation in practicals. including the written report and completion of the written test (final test). 2. A final grade is a weighted average of the final test (2/3) and an average grade of reports (1/3).
Assessment methods and criteria for this course
OS2_W01: - an assessment of a student in discussion, - grade of the written test
OS2_W07: - grade of the written test
OS2_W02: - An assesment of the students's work in the course of lab.
OS2_W03: - grade of the written report
OS2_W04: - grade of the written test
OS2_W06: - an assessment of a student in discussion, - grade of the written test
OS2_W08: - An assesment of the students's work in the course of lab.
OS2_U01: - grade of the written report, - grade of the written test.
OS2_U03: - grade of the written report.
OS2_U05: - grade of the written report.
OS2_U06: - grade of the written report.
OS2_U04: - Grade of the written report, - An assesment of the students's work in the course of lab.
OS2_U09: - grade of the written report.
OS2_U10: - Grade of the written report.
OS2_K02: - Grade of the written report.
OS2_K01: - An assesment of the students's work in the course of lab.
OS2_K04: - Grade of the written report.
OS2_K06: - grade of the written test.
OS2_K05: - Ocena pisemnego raportu.
Learning activities and teaching methods
metody podające-objaśnienie lub wyjaśnienie
metody problemowe-klasyczna metoda problemowa
metody problemowe-metody aktywizujące-dyskusja dydaktyczna (związana z wykładem, okrągłego stołu, wielokrotna, burza mózgów, panelowa, metaplan)
metody programowane-z użyciem maszyny dydaktycznej
metody praktyczne-ćwiczenia laboratoryjne
Participation in practicals - 30 h
Preparation to practicals and preparation of the written reports – 15 h
Preparation to the final written test - 15h
In summary: 60 h of the student's work. that corresponds to 2 ECTN
Group of learning contents
(in Polish) Grupa treści kształcenia do wyboru
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