Field name, Field content. Hlavní záhlaví – osobní jméno, Pitter, Pavel, Údaje o názvu, Hydrochemie / Pavel Pitter. Údaje o vydání, Vyd. 1. Nakladatelské. References Hlavínek, P., Mičín, J., Prax, P.: Příručka stokování a čištění, , NOEL , ISBN Pitter, P.: Hydrochemie, , ISBN. Pitter, P., Hydrochemie. VŠCHT, Praha. Powell, M.D., Wright, G.M., Speare, D.J., Morphological changes in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) gill.
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Course syllabus RHCHE – Hydrochemistry (FA – WS /)
Learning activities and study load hours of study load: Type of course unit. For students in combined form of study are organized consultations to subjec matter. Students will be capable of application concepts in the field of hydrochemistry; 2. Properties and composition of waters – organic matter Drinking water treatment sludges Chemical pltter – dissociation reactions, hydrolytic, rhodium, precipitating, complexing reactions 3.
Course syllabus D-HHVS – Water Chemistry and Hydrobiology (FCE – 2014/2015 – post-graduate studies)
Assessed students in total: Faculty of Civil Engineering. Learning outcomes and competences: Recommended or required reading. Knowledge from courses Physical chemistry, Analytical chemistry. Name of lecturer s: Properties and composition of waters – neutralizating and buffering capacity ; conductivity Natural waters hydrochemid surface; fundamental ideas Chemical equilibria – redox reactions Solubility of solids in water 4.
Chemical equilibria – complexing reactions Draw up the record max. Type of course unit: The aim of this course is: Course title in English: Attendance at lectures is recommended, but not monitored. Properties and composition of waters – inorganic material The aim of this course is: Contents of the course is to broadening and deepening knowledge of students in the issues of pollution and water protection, focusing on the basic physicochemical and biological properties of water in the hydrochemical processes occurring in the waters, water pollution and the impact of pollution on water quality, the legal and technical aspects of water protection for determination of selected indicators in drinking water at water treatment technology, various methods of removing contaminants from water and the basics hydrobiology.
Waste waters – sewage The course uses teaching methods in form of Lecture – 2 teaching hours per week. Recommended or required reading: Planned learning activities and teaching methods.
Learning outcomes of the course unit: Kinetics of chemical reactions -elimination of organic matter 7. Natural waters – atmospheric, underground, mineral and surface Aims of the course: Not applicable – the subject could be chosen at anytime during the course of the programme. Water Resources Engineering – doctoral semi-compulsory1.
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Natural waters – surface; processes; classification Oral examination in the range of lectures and recommended literature. Chemical compounds of fish body, saprobity system and trophic potential. Groundwater, surface water, mineral pittre, seawater, drinking water, wastewater, sludges and sediments. Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences. Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes.
Chemical equilibria – hydrolytic reactions Determination and signification of organic matter, acid neutralization capacity and alkaline neutralization capacity. The course uses teaching methods in form of Lecture – 2 teaching hours per week.
Natural waters – atmospheric, ground and mineral Students will gain new knowledge, understanding and knowledge in the following areas: Recommended optional programme components. Adsorption and ion exchanging Physical and chemical properties of pure water 2. Knowledge from courses Physical chemistry, Analytical chemistry.