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Physical chemistry for pharmacy

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ECTS Credits

10.

Level of Study

Bachelor.

Teaching semester

Autumn. Limited capacity.

Place of Instruction

Bergen.

Objectives and Content

The course contains a thorough description of the thermodynamics laws, as well as selected topics in pharmaceutical technology, macromolecules and colloidal chemistry. The course builds further on the thermodynamic and kinetic concepts introduced in FARM110. The course deals with chemical equilibrium, phase equilibriums, phase diagrams (transitions between gas, liquid and solid), properties of liquid mixtures and solutions of substances in liquids. Key concepts and phenomena will be studied in the laboratory section.

Learning Outcomes

After completing the course the student should be able to:

- Apply basic thermodynamic principles to the study of chemical / physical processes and equilibria as:

- Energy / work / heat relations

- Phase equilibria and phase transitions

- Colligative properties

- Understand the basic concepts in pharmaceutical technology (i.e. formulations), macromolecules and colloidal chemistry

Required Previous Knowledge

FARM110 / KJEM110.

Recommended Previous Knowledge

MAT101.

Credit Reduction due to Course Overlap

K104: 10stp, K104A: 10stp, KJEM210: 10stp, FARM210: 10stp.

Access to the Course

The course will be open to students at Master Programme in Pharmacy.

Compulsory Assignments and Attendance

  • In order to obtain approval of the mandatory activities, and therefore gain access to the final exam, one must submit mandatory assignments of a satisfactory standard within the set deadlines. Mandatory assignments should be your own work
  • Serious violations of the HSE rules wil lead to a loss of the right to complete the laboratory course.
  • it is not possible to use more then 3 attempts (semesters) to complete the laboratory course.

Forms of Assessment

Written exam (4h). 100 % final grade.

Due to the measures taken to avoid the spread of Covid-19, UiB is closed for on-campus assessment. As a consequence, the following changes is made to assessment autumn semester 2020:

  • Written home examination instead of written examination

Examination Support Material

Non-programmable calculator (definite models decided by the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences).

Grading Scale

The grading scale used is A to F. Grade A is the highest passing grade in the grading scale and grade F is a fail.

Subject Overlap

K104: 10stp, K104A: 10stp, KJEM210: 10stp, FARM210: 10stp.

Assessment Semester

Ordinary exam each semester.

Course Evaluation

The students should evaluate the teaching according to UiB and the department's system of quality assurance.

https://kvalitetsbasen.app.uib.no/?faknr=12&instnr=31

Programme Committee

Department of Chemistry.

Course Coordinator

Department of Chemistry.

Course Administrator

Department of Chemistry.

Department

Department of Chemistry.

Contact

Lecturer and administrative contact person you will find on Mitt UiB. Alternatively contact the study consultant at the department.

Exam information

  • For written exams, please note that the start time may change from 09:00 to 15:00 or vice versa until 14 days prior to the exam.

  • Type of assessment: Written exam

    Date
    15.02.2021, 09:00
    Duration
    4.5 hours
    Withdrawal deadline
    01.02.2021
    Examination system
    Inspera
    Digital exam