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Inorganic Technology

Credits 3
Hours per week 2 / 0 / 0
Examination Ex
Study Language English
Level Master subject
Guarantor Ing. Miloslav Lhotka, Ph.D.
doc. Ing. Martin Paidar, Ph.D.
Supplemental electronic materials available at UCT Prague's e-learning

Summary

Basic inorganic technologies subserve for relationship between physico-chemical properties of reacting materials and products, kinetics and thermodynamics of reactions and technical solution. The production processes are also described from the environmental and development point of view.

Syllabus

1. Sodium carbonate, sodium hydrogen carbonate.
2. Production of hydrogen.
3. Ammonia, ammonium sulphate.
4. Nitric acid, ammonium and calcium nitrate.
5. Sulphuric acid.
6. Mineral fertilizers.
7. Phosphoric acid, Superphosphate production.
8. Industrial electrochemistry, basic terms. Electrolyzers.
9. Materials for a cathodic and for anodic application; diaphragm; membranes.
10. Water electrolysis, hydrogen and oxygen production. Hydrogen economy.
11. Chlor-Alkali industry.
12. Chemical production of chlorine. Treatment of waste hydrochloric acid.
13. Chlorine based disinfections agents.
14. Electrolysis of molten salts. Aluminium production.

Literature

A:Chemistry of the Elements (2nd Edition) Greenwood, N.N.; Earnshaw, A. © 1997 Elsevier
A:Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook Edited by: Perry, R.H.; Green, D.W. © 1997 McGraw-Hill
A:Physical Chemistry ,Walter J. Moore, Prentice-Hall. Inc.,
R:ULLMANN’S Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, Wiley inc.
A:Best Available Techniques reference documents (BREFs), European IPPC Bureau

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