Chemistry 1 - general and anorganic
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Learning outcomes of the course unit
This course focuses on acquiring a basic knowledge of general and inorganic chemistry so the student may be, without problems, have a bearing in the issues of inorganic chemistry, understand photo degradation processes, their foundations are inorganic processes, always with a consideration of restoration, conservation and storage of photographic materials.
Mode of study
Students will no in this course perform individual work, their understanding of degradation processes will be monitored arising form the chemical bases of photographic material and an estimation of the possible risk connected with inappropriate storage/manipulation/examination of those materials.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Course content is basic chemistry concepts and laws, chemical calculations, atomic structure, types of chemical bonds, complex compounds, types of chemical reactions, Mendelejev's table of elements, nomenclature of inorganic compounds and chemical characteristics of the main and adjunct groups.
Recommended or required reading
Earnshaw, A., Greenwood, N. N. Chemie prvků I. Informatorium, 1993.
Earnshaw, A., Greenwood, N. N. Chemie prvků II. Informatorium, 1993.
Gartner, H. Kompendium chemie, Praha : Knižní klub, 2007.
Gažo, J. a kol., Všeobecná anorganická chémia. Bratislava : Alfa, 1974.
Vacík, J. Přehled středoškolské chemie. Praha : SPN, 1999.
Votoček, E. Chemie anorganická. Praha : Česká chemická společnost pro vědu a průmysl, 1945.
Assessment methods and criteria
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Restoring of Photogrphy (required subject)