Course title: 
Technical chemistry
Primary programme: 
Fizikus mérnök BSc
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Responsible lecturer: 
Dr. Róbert Kun, associate professor, PhD, habil.
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Course description: 
Understanding thermodynamics of chemical reactions, reaction kinetics and catalysis, chemical equilibriums. The students become familiar with the chemistry of galvanic cells, electrochemical corrosion, electrochemistry. Principles of combustion, coal types and coal combustion, petroleum and petroleum refining will be discussed. Petroleum products, fuels, and lubricants/lubrication will be presented, as well. The students learn about the modern technological processes of water purification for industrial use.
Reading materials: 
Compulsory literature: 1./ G.Bajnóczy, E.Gagyi Pálffy (Dep. of Chemical Technology 1994) General Chemistry 2./ G.Bajnóczy Technical Chemistry lecture notes Optional literature: 1./ P.W. Atkins General Chemistry 1989 ISBN: 0716719401 2./ K.R. Trethewey Corrosion for students of science and engineering 1990. ISBN 0582450896 3./ Betz Handbook of Industrial water conditioning 1991. ISBN 0913641006 4./ E.L. Marshall Motor Gasoline1995. ISBN 0-85404-409-4
List of competences: 
Please find the detailed list, as quoted from the Hungarian training and outcome requirements of the Physicist Engineer program, in the Hungarian version of the course description.