1. Knowledge and understanding
To know and to be familiar with:
a) the properties and the state functions of a system.
b) the correspondence among the state functions.
c) chemical equilibria.
2. Ability to apply knowledge and understanding
Ability to use state functions such as Internal energy, enthalpy, entropy, Gibbs energy in order to define a system. To calculate some chemical physics quantities of real systems.
To explain chemical equilibria in terms of thermodynamics.
3. Judgment skills
Ability to evaluate, in a reasoned manner, experimental results associated to surfaces or colloidal systems.
4. Communication skills
To use in an appropriate way the terminology and the symbolism learnt during the course.
To interact with the teachers and the classmates in a dynamic, effective and proper way,
5. Learning ability
To take notes during classes in a proper way, evidencing the topics according to their importance