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Applied Chemistry

1. Program Description

Applied Chemistry is one of the earliest engineering major of Nanjing Normal University. And the Applied Chemistry speciality’s undergraduate program Accounting aims to cultivate students who possess solid theoretical knowledge of chemical engineering and material science. And as a result, they will possess the ability to do research in the scientific research institution, universities and enterprise. The students who grasp the typical methods and apply them to industry production are also expected.

2. Program Duration and Credit

This is a four-year undergraduate program, which can be completed within a minimum of three years and a maximum of seven years.

A total of 171 credits are required upon the completion of the program.

3. Curriculum

Three modules of courses are offered for the program: Basic Curriculum, Essential Curriculum, and Elective Curriculum. The Basic and Essential curricula are compulsory for a Bachelor’s degree.

The Elective Curriculum in the list includes extended disciplinary courses offered by the school into which an individual student is admitted, as well as cross disciplinary courses offered by other schools. Students can choose the extended and cross disciplinary courses according to their personal interests and career plans; however, credits should be approved by the School.

(1) Basic Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

100701062105

Advanced Mathematics C (I)

4

1

 

100701062106

Advanced Mathematics C (II)

4

2

 

100010191004

Visual Basic Language Program Design

4

2

Including 1 practice credit

100701062108

Linear Algebra

3

3

 

100010072101

General Physics B (I)

3

2

 

100010072102

General Physics B (II)

2

3

 

100702072206

General Physics Experiment 1

1

3

 

100702074008

Electrical Engineering

2

5

 

100703082204

The Famous Teachers’ Guidance

1.5

1

 

100703082201

Safety in a Chemical Laboratory

1

1

 

100703082202

Chemoinformatics & Scientific Papers

2

2

 

100703082203

Recognition Practice

0.5

4

practice course

(2) Essential Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

100703083018

Inorganic Chemistry B *

5

1

 

100703083004

Analytical Chemistry B *

2

2

 

100703083019

Inorganic Chemistry Experiment

1.5

1

practice course

100703083005

Analytical Chemistry Experiment

1

2

practice course

100703083032

Organic Chemistry B *

5

2

 

100703083035

Organic Chemistry Experiment B

2

2

practice course

100703083024

Physical Chemistry B *

4

3

 

100703083027

Physical Chemistry Experiment B

1.5

4

practice course

100703083011

Principles of Chemical Engineering (I) *

4

3

 

100703083012

Principles of Chemical Engineering (II) *

4

4

 

100703083013

Principles of Chemical Engineering Experiment

1.5

4

practice course

100703083028

Instrumental Analysis *

3

4

 

100703083029

Instrumental Analysis Experiment

1.5

6

practice course

100703083014

Chemical Engineering Graphics and CAD *

3

4

 

100703083010

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics *

3

5

 

100703083007

Chemical Machinery and Equipment and Course Design

4

5

 

100703083002

Reaction Engineering *

3

5

 

100703083006

Science and Technology of Polymer Materials

4

3

 

100802203012

Engineering Training C

1

7

practice course

100703083036

Graduation Practice

2

7

practice course

100703083001

Final Project (paper)

4

8

practice course

(3) Elective Curriculum

Course Code

Course

Credit

Semester

Remark

100703084024

Specialized English for Chemistry & Chemical Engineering

2

5

 

100703084023

Chemical Software and Applications

2

5

 

100703084021

Chemical instrumentation and automation

2

5

 

100703084027

Fine Chemicals and Their Manufacturing Process

3

5

 

100703084020

Chemical separation technology

2

6

 

100703084019

Chemical safety and environmental protection

2

7

 

100703084048

Comprehensive utilization of resources

3

4

 

100703084041

Synthetic Applied Chemistry Experiment (I)

2

5

practice course

100703084014

Polymer Chemistry A

2

4

 

100703084016

Polymer Physics

2

4

 

100703084018

Functional Materials

3

5

 

100703084012

Polymer Processing

2

6

 

100703084044

Organosilicon Material

2

4

 

100703084040

Synthetic Applied Chemistry Experiment (II)

2

6

practice course

100703084039

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

2

6

 

100703084045

Organic Synthesis

3

6

 

100703084043

Organic spectroscopy analysis

3

6

 

100703084046

Organic Synthesis and Structural Identification

1.5

6

practice course

100703084017

Industrial Analysis

2

5

 

100703084034

Food Chemistry and Analysis

2

7

 

100703084038

Pharmaceutical Analysis

2

7

 

100703084008

Chromatography: Frontier and Practice

2

7

 

100703084031

Chromatographic Analysis Experiment

1

7

 

100703084001

Materials Analysis and Measurement

2

6

 

100703084033

Biological Chemistry

2

4

 

100703084032

Biomedical Materials

2

6

 

100703084002

Materials Chemistry Engineering

2

5

 

100703084051

Introduction to Tissue Engineering

2

7

 

100703084013

Polymer Additives

2

6

 

100703084006

Composite Materials

2

7

 

100703084015

Polymer Chemistry B

2

7

 

100703084022

Selected Topics of Chemical Engineering

2

7

 

100703084029

Energy Chemistry

2

5

 

100703084042

Applied Electrochemistry

2

5

 

100703084026

Colloidal Chemistry

2

5

 

100703084003

Catalysis Chemistry

2

5

 

100712062101

Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics A

5

7

 

100703084005

Molecular Modeling and Applications

3

6

 

100703084037

Modern Instrumental Analysis Methods and Applications

2

7

 

100703084028

Lectures on Scientific Basic Skills

1

6

 

(Note: 1. Odd-number semesters are the fall semesters and even-number semesters are the spring semesters in each academic year. 

      2. The asterisk * marks a core course.)

4. Core Courses and Introductions

100703083002     Reaction Engineering     (3 cr.)

Prerequisites:   None

Reaction Engineering is not only the core of chemical engineering and technology, but also is the professional course of other chemical major, including basic reaction kinetics and reactor design and analysis. The purpose is to enable students to master the chemical reaction kinetics method and rationale on an industrial scale chemical reactors, grasp the design and analysis of ideal reactors, further determine the optimal operation conditions and proceed the research of simulation enlarged on the basis of macroscopic kinetics and ideal reactor.

100703083004     Analytical Chemistry B     (2 cr.)

Prerequisites:   None

By studying the course, students will grasp the basic principle of analytical chemistry, establish correct “quantitative” concept and possess the ability of analyzing and solving the problems of analytical chemistry.

The main content of the course concerns quantitative analysis, which determines the accurate contents of components in a sample. The learning objectives include errors and data treatment in quantitative analysis, the general principles and applications of acid-base titration, complexometric titration, oxidation-reduction titration, precipitation titration, the calculations in titrimetric analysis, and the general principles and applications of ultraviolet and visible spectrophotometry.

100703083010     Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics   (3 cr.)

Prerequisites:   None

Based on the first and second laws of thermodynamics, this course will train the students’ awareness of saving energy, rational use of energy. And it will also Enable students to master the data acquisition method in chemical engineering, cultivate their ability to set up the view of engineering and improve their ability of linking theory and practice.

It covers their basic postulates of classical thermodynamics and their application to transient open and closed systems, criteria of stability and equilibria, as well as constitutive property models of pure materials and mixtures emphasizing molecular-level effects using the formalism of statistical mechanics.

100703083011     Principles of Chemical Engineering (I)    (4 cr.)

Prerequisites:   None

The study of this course requires students to master the chemical production process of fluid flow, fluid delivery, the principles of mechanical separation, heat transfer and other unit operations, commonly used equipment, learn simple design and application of these unit operations.

100703083012     Principles of Chemical Engineering (II)    (4 cr.)

Prerequisites:   None

The study of this course requires students to master the chemical production process of distillation, absorption, distillation and absorption tower equipment, extraction, drying and other unit operations principles, common equipment, learn simple design above unit operations and applications.

10070308303014     Chemical Engineering Graphics and CAD    (3 cr.)

Prerequisites:   None

By learning this course, junior students should grasp basic knowledge of engineering graphics and have certain abilities in reading and drawing engineering graphics, which lay the foundation to extend the corresponding knowledge and skills for the future.

The main content in the curriculum concerns basic knowledge of engineering graphics and CAD system along with their application, in which reading and protracting ability by CAD are required. The learning objectives include using methods for basic tracer and ecumenical rule about graphics specification;projection and view;cutaway view and section view;part drawing and installation diameter;chemical engineering professional graphics.

100703083018     Inorganic Chemistry B     (5 cr.)

Prerequisites:   None

Inorganic Chemistry B is first and compulsory course for students majoring in chemical, pharmaceutical, metallurgy, material, biology, environmental engineering and other related subjects. The object of this course is to make students understand the basic concepts and principles in Inorganic Chemistry. Students who successfully complete this course will be able to solve chemical problems (mainly involving to areas of inorganic chemistry) by utilizing the basic theories, knowledge and calculation skills that they have learned in this course.

The course includes following contents:(1)Gases and solutions, (2)Basic Chemical thermodynamics, (3) Chemical equilibrium and reaction rate, (4)acid-base equilibrium, (6) Redox reaction, (7)Atomic and molecular structures, (8)Coordination compounds, (8)the properties, preparation and application of the chemical elements (of with there are about 100) and their compounds.

100703083024     Physical Chemistry B     (4 cr.)

Prerequisites:   None

Through the study the course of Physical Chemistry B, students should systematically master the basic concepts of physical chemistry, principles and methods. And they also should have the ability to analyze and solve some practical problems.

Physical Chemistry is an important branch of chemistry, the purpose of which is to investigate the principles and methods of chemistry. It takes diverse chemical phenomena and systems as objects, and uses mathematics, physics and other basic scientific theories and experimental methods as tools. It is the theoretical basis of chemistry. Physical Chemistry B is a basic course for the undergraduate students in applied chemistry major. Through this course, students can systematically master the basic concepts of physical chemistry, principles and methods, and has the ability to analyze and solve some practical problems. Physical Chemistry includes the laws of thermodynamics, thermodynamics of multicomponent systems, phase equilibrium, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry and chemical kinetics.

100703083028     Instrumental Analysis    (3 cr.)

Prerequisites:   None

Instrumental analysis has been the standard for courses that deals with the principles and applications of modern analytical instruments. It places an emphasis on the theoretical basis of each type of instrument, its optimal area of application, its sensitivity, its precision, and its limitations. The course also introduces students to elementary analog and digital electronics, computers, and treatment of analytical data.

Instrumental Analysis is an analytic method based on physical and physical chemical properties of materials. As an experimental technology course, Instrumental Analysis is of great benefit to improve students’ practical ability and the ability to use modern scientific instruments.

100703083032     Organic Chemistry B    (5 cr.)

Prerequisites:   None

Organic Chemistry is a fundamental chemistry theory course, through the study of this course, make students systematically master the basic theory of organic chemistry, basic knowledge and basic skills. Organic Chemistry infiltrates various disciplines, such as biology, biochemistry, and molecular biology. In the field of materials science, organic chemistry also plays a key role.

The contents of this course include nomenclature, structures, physical properties, chemical properties, synthetic methods and applications of organic compounds; configurations of organic compounds; mechanisms of typical organic reactions and effects of reaction conditions and so on. This semester deals with alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, aromatics, halogenated hydrocarbons, alcohols, phenols, ether, stereochemistry and characterization methods of organic compounds.

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