The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled “Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.
The goal of this class is to take up where LCHM1351 left of. The class has two major topics. In a first part, chemical kinetics are taken to the next level, focusing on the basic concepts behind chemical kinetics. In a next, part of the course we focus on applying all concepts of LCHM1351 and LCHM1352 to a more specific field focusing on crystal engineering, crystal growth and crystallization. There is also a slight intermezzo discussing intermolecular interactions.
This course is a 5 Credit course consisting of 45h of classes given during the first term.
Slides or available on Moodle. Further information and books can be acquired from T. Leyssens.
A written exam takes place in January. During the exam, the student is able to reproduce the theory that is considered during the course, as well as to apply the course material to solve practical problems. The exam will cover all the chapters that are considered in the course.
- CHAPI : Models explaining chemical kinetics
- CHAPII: Kinetics of Complex reactions
- CHAPIII: Homogeneous catalysis and kinetics
- CHAPIV: Transport Phenomena
- CHAPI : Introduction
- CHAPII: Crystallization basic principles
- CHAPIII: Crystallization kinetics
- CHAPIV: Polymorphism
- CHAPV: Chirality and crystallization
- CHAPVI: Solvates and Hydrates
- CHAPVII: Salts and Cocrystals
slides available on moodle