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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

CHEM 3561 (C30G) INTRODUCTION TO POLYMER CHEMISTRY (4 credits)

Prerequisite: CHEM 2015 (C20D) or CHEM 2025 (C20E) Syllabus: Macromolecules, molecular weights, characterisation, step polymerisation, chain reaction polymerisation, co-

polymerisation;

polymer

morphology,

testing

and

characterisation; flow properties and elasticity; solubility, ther- modynamics; polymer technology.Practical: Thirty-six (36)

hours of practical work. Assessment: One 2-hour written paper Coursework – Practical & Theory

85% 15%

CHEM 3563 (C31G) INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY I (4 credits)

Prerequisite:

CHEM 2160 (C20A), CHEM 2260 (C20B), CHEM

2360 (C20C), CHEM 2015 (C20D), CHEM 2025 permission from the Head of Department

(C20E),

or

Syllabus: Overview of the Chemical Industry. Petrochemicals. Selected Products of the Chemical Industry – some major chemical com- modities, other industrial products. Water in Industry. Chemi- cals from Sugar. Industrial Safety and Pollution in the Chemi- cal Industry. Unit Operations: An Introduction. The Patent Literature.Coursework: Each This will consist of reports on site

visits and a project. Assessment: One 3-hour written paper Coursework – Practical & Theory

60% 40%

CHEM 3562 (C31C) CORROSION SCIENCE (4 credits)

Prerequisite: CHEM 2360 (C20C) Syllabus: Basic types of corrosion; basic electrochemical processes and concepts taking place in corrosion; corrosive characteristics of commonly encountered environments; basic concepts of met- als relating to corrosion; various corrosion phenomena and methods of corrosion control.Practical: Thirty-six (36) hours of

practical work. Assessment: One 2-hour written paper Coursework – Practical & Theory

85% 15%

COMP1011 (CS10M) INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (3 credits)

Pre-requisite: None Syllabus: Essential Computing ConceptsBasic hardware – the proces- sor, memory, secondary storage, input devices, output devices. Telecommunications. Networking. Word Processing The keyboard. The ruler, insertion point, word wrap, margins.

Editing, formatting, spell checking. Copy and paste.

and

replace.

Paragraph

formatting.

Saving

Find and

printing.SpreadsheetsWhat is a spreadsheet? Row and col- umn headings. Formulas and constants. Entering data. For- matting and enhancing. Relative and absolute references. Problem solving using a spreadsheet. Using built in func- tions. Creating graphs and charts.DatabasesWhat is a data- base? Create and enter data in tables. Enter data using forms. Retrieve information from a database using queries. Create and print reports. Presentation softwareCreate and format a

simple presentation. Examination Based on course work assignments and/or tests 100%.

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