Chemistry - programme subject in Programmes for Specialization in General Studies (KJE1-01)


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Chemistry 2


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • find and present examples of current chemical research within environmental science and industry
  • publish reports from their own experiments, with and without digital tools
  • discuss how researchers ensure that research is ethically defensible
  • give an account of features of scientific method in chemistry, and give examples of explanatory models that are inconsistent with chemical evidence


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • detect metals in alloys and ions in salts and give an account of the results
  • carry out analyses with colorimetry and interpret simple mass spectra and 1H-NMR spectra
  • plan and implement simple water analyses and evaluate the results in relation to the water’s range of use
  • explain how buffer solutions function, and calculate pH and capacity in buffers

Organic chemistry 2

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • give an account of oxidation, substitution, addition, elimination, condensation and hydrolysis as types of reactions, and carry out experiments with at least two of them
  • explain the reaction mechanism of addition and elimination
  • carry out experiments to detect simple organic compounds
  • give an account of and carry out experiments with chromatography, distillation and recrystalization
  • give an account of the structure and properties of amino acids, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and ATP
  • explain the role of hydrogen as energy carrier in photosynthesis and cell respiration
  • explain the significance of stereoisomerism in biochemical reactions
  • carry out experiments with enzymes and explain how they function

Redox reactions

The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • carry out experiments with combustion reactions and explain what happens
  • balance redox reactions using half-reactions and oxidation number
  • carry out corrosion experiments and explain how corrosion can be prevented
  • plan and carry out analyses using redox titration
  • carry out experiments with electrochemical cells and give an account of spontaneous and non-spontaneous redox reactions
  • calculate the capacity and cell potential of a battery and the yield in electrolysis
  • carry out experiments with anti-oxidants and explain how they work


The aims of the training are to enable the apprentice to
  • describe the chemical structure and properties of some synthetic polymers and their additives
  • give examples of nano materials, how they are produced, what differentiates them from ordinary materials, and what they can be used for
  • assess the production, storage and controlled dumping of traditional and new materials in terms of their environmental impact

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