After the successful completion of the subject, students should have assimilate the following:
1. The ways by which the basic principles of Inorganic Chemistry are applied in industrial processes for the production of various materials-products having broad applications.
2. The ways by which the basic chemical principles of Kinetics and Thermodynamics are applied, for the thorough study of the chemistry which is developed, induced and/or triggered under different reaction conditions in such a way, that the presence or absence of catalysts lead the chemical process to end products which are well characterised and have industrial applications.
Course Content (Syllabus)
The theoretical part of the course includes the following:
Chemical Technology-Inorganic Chemistry-Basic procedures in Chemical Industry- Row Materials-Energy-Water- Physicochemical Process Analysis(Binary-Tertiary Systems). Production of Hydrogen: Conversion with water vapor method-Partial oxidation method-Catalysts-Mechanisms-Kinetics-Carbon deposition-Photoelectrochemical decomposition of water-Fuel cells- Ammonia production-Thermodynamic equilibrium-Preparation of the reaction mixture-Catalysts-Mechanism-Kinetics-Nitric acid production-Catalysts-Mechanism- Kinetics-Nitric acid condensation-Sulfuric acid production-Sulfur combustion- SO2 oxidation-Thermodynamic equilibrium-Catalysts- Mechanisms-Kinetics-Sulfuric acid condensation-Inorganic Fertilizers-Phosphoric fertilizers-Simple-Double Hyperphosphates- Ammoniation of Phosphates-Polyphosphates-Nitrogen Fertilizers-Ammonium nitrate-Urea-Ammonium sulphate-Glass production-Kinds of Glass-Raw materials-Production process-Portland Cement Production-Raw materials-Indices- Production process-Ceramics-Technology-Species-Raw materials- Production process.
The experimental part of the course includes the following experiments:
1. Physical and chemical examination of soil
2. Fertilizers - Properties
3. Flocculation in ceramic materials
4. The industrial Solvay method in the production of sodium carbonate
5. Glasses – Production and properties
6. Clays – Materials and properties
7. Study of optical materials
8. Electrochemical production and purification of metals
Inorganic, Chemical Technology, Liquid and solid fuels, Contemporary fuel technology, Catalysis, Fertilizers, Ceramics, Glasses
Course Bibliography (Eudoxus)
1." ΧΗΜΙΚΗ ΤΕΧΝΟΛΟΓΙΑ" Βατάλη Αργύρη, Εκδόσεις Ζήτη, Θεσσαλονίκη, 2004.
2. "ΑΝΟΡΓΑΝΗ ΧΗΜΙΚΗ ΤΕΧΝΟΛΟΓΙΑ", Σδούκου Α,Πομώνη Φ, Εκδόσεις Γ. Τσόλη, Ιωάννινα, 1985.
Additional bibliography for study
1. Industrial Inorganic Chemistry, Second Edition, Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Karl Heinz
Büchel, Professor Hans-Heinrich Moretto, Professor Dr. Peter Woditsch, Wiley-VCH
Verlag GmbH, 2007.
2. Inorganic Chemistry: An Industrial and Environmental Perspective. T. W. Swaddle.
Academic Press, London, 1997.
3. An Introduction to Industrial Chemistry: Alan Heaton, Third Edition. Chapman and Hall,