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Course Name
Turkish Çevre Kimyası II Lab.
English Environmental Chemistry II Lab.
Course Code
CEV 202L Credit Lecture
Semester 4
1 - - 2
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Serdar Doğruel
Course Objectives 1. To teach basic concepts of environmental chemistry
2. To provide an ability to apply methods for the determination of pollution parameters
3. To provide an ability to interpret analysis results
Course Description Methods for sampling and sample preservation. Solids. Alkalinity. Acidity. Total hardness. Dissolved oxygen. Biochemical oxygen demand. Chemical oxygen demand. Total Kjeldahl nitrogen, ammonia nitrogen. Total phosphorous. Oil and grease. Instrumental analysis: Chromatographic methods of analysis. High volume particulate sampling, elemental analysis. Emission measurements.
Course Outcomes Students who pass the course successfully will be able to:
I. Use basic concepts of environmental chemistry
II. Assess the pollution parameters
III. Use equipment and instrumentation
IV. Comment on the environmental pollution
Pre-requisite(s) CEV 201 or CEV 201E
CEV 201L or CEV201EL
Required Facilities
Textbook Sawyer, C.N., Mc Carty, P.L. and Parkin, G.F., 2003: Chemistry for Environmental Engineering. 5th Edition, Mc Graw-Hill Inc.
Other References 1. American Public Health Association, American Water Works Association and Water Environment Federation, 2005: Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater. 21st Edition, Washington D.C., USA.
2. Stumm, W. and Morgan, J., 1996: Aquatic Chemistry Chemical Equilibria 2nd Rated in Natural Waters. 3rd Edition, Wiley Interscience.
3. Snoeyink, V.L. and Jenkins, D., 1980: Water Chemistry. John Wiley & Sons Inc.
4. Manahan, S.E.,1991: Environmental Chemistry. 5th Edition, Lewis Publ.
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