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PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES OF THE

ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN RENEWABLE ENERGIES


SOLAR ENERGY AREA

BASIC CHEMISTRY

1. Competences To raise and solve problems based on the principles


and theories of physics, chemistry and mathematics,
through the scientific method to support decision-
making in scientific and technological fields.
2. Four-month Term First
3. Theoretical Hours 23
4. Practical Hours 52
5. Total hours 75
6. Weekly hours Total
5
Hours per Week
7. Learning Objective The student will interpret chemical phenomena based
on the laws, theories and techniques of chemistry to
contribute to the development of industrial processes.

Hours
Learning Units
Total
Theoretical Practices
I. Basic Principles of Chemistry 6 14 20
II. Nomenclature of Chemical Compounds and 6 14 20
Stoichiometry
III. Chemical Kinetics and Solutions 6 14 20
IV. Electrochemistry and Thermochemistry 5 10 20
Total 23 52 75

I.

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BASIC CHEMISTRY

LEARNING UNITS

1. Unity Learning I. Basic Principles of Chemistry


2. Theoretical
6
hours
3. Practice hours 14
4. Total hours 20
The student will develop the techniques of basic chemistry and
5. Objective of the
the scientific method for the interpretation of chemical
Learning Unit
processes.

Topicsheme Knowledge To Know Skills To Do ValuesTo Be

Scientific Describe the concepts of Determine the Analytical


method science, technology, characteristics of chemical Responsible
research and their phenomena according to Synthesis
relationship to the scientific the scientific method. capacity
method. Methodical
Develop the stages of the
Describe the elements of scientific method.
the scientific method:
observation, problem
statement, and specific
general objectives,
assumptions, rationale,
variables, methods,
experimental results,
validation of hypothesies
and conclusions.

Atomic theory Describe the evolution of Represent the atomic Analytical


atomic theories. models. Responsible
Synthesis
Identify the parts that Calculate the molecular capacity
make up the atom. mass of compounds and Methodical
the number of moles in
Describe the concepts of given mass quantities.
atomic mass, molecular
mass, Avogadro's number Calculate the number of
and mol. particles in a given mass.
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Good Identify health and safety Develop laboratory Analytical


Laboratory measures and handling of techniques according to Responsible
Practice reagents in chemical the procedures and Synthesis
laboratories. standards of safety and capacity
disposal of reagents. Methodical
Identify materials and EAM work
equipment of chemical Transfer liquid substances. Ability to work
laboratories. under pressure
Weigh accurately and Problem solving
Describe the basic accurately substances. Order and
techniques of chemical Operate titration systems cleaning
analysis laboratory: with precision.
pipetting, using the
analytical balance, Measure volumes with
headline. volumetric material.
Identify management
procedures and disposal of
wastes in chemical
laboratories.

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Assessment
instruments
Learning result Learning sequence
Instruments and types
of reagents
From a practical case develops 1. Identify basic concepts Case study
a technical report or in and scientific methodology Rubric
accordance with scientific
method containing the 2. Understand the English, Formatted: Indent: First line: 0"

following: metric and international unit


systems English unit
-Representation model of the systems, metric and
molecule bound proposal international
-Computations of the atomic
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mass including conversions and
scientific notation Formatted: Indent: First line: 0"
4. Relate security
-Procedure of Management use measures with good
of reagents according to the laboratory practice
MSDS
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used in laboratory techniques of using chemical
-Disposition of waste analysis material chemical
-Interpretation of results analysisin laboratory
-Conclusions

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PROCESS TEACHING LEARNING

Teaching Methods and tTechniques Means and teaching materials


Lab Chemistry lab
Investigation Reactants
collaborative team Materials
EAM laboratory
White Board
EAM computer, internet
Manual safetySafety Manual
Safety Equipment

TRAINING SPACE

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LEARNING UNITS

I I. Nomenclature to chemical compounds and


1. Unit Learning
stoichiometry
2.Theoretical Hours 6
3.Hours Practices 14
4.Hours Total 20
5. Objective of the The student will balance equations to interpret chemical
Learning Unit reactions in a process.

KnowledgeTo Know SkillsTo Do ValuesTo Be


TopicsTheme
Periodic table To iIdentify the structure of Determine the physical Analytical
of elements the periodic table: group, and chemical properties of Responsible
and properties family and period. the elements according to Synthesis
the periodic table. capacity
To dDescribe elements: Methodical
electronegativity, ionization Develop the electronic
energy, electron affinity, configuration of the
atomic radius and atomic elements.
volume.

To eExplain the electronic


configuration of the
elements.

This two To dDescribe the states of Show the states of Analytical


phases of aggregation of matter: Gas, aggregation of matter and, Responsible
matter liquid, solid and plasma. its transformations and Synthesis
phase equilibrium. capacity
To dDescribe the concepts Methodical
of evaporation,
condensation, melting,
solidificationfreezing,
sublimation and deposition.

Transform and describe


the concepts of phase Formatted: English (United States)
equilibrium n and s. Formatted: English (United States)

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TopicsTheme
Physical and To dDefine the physical Measure the physical and Analytical
chemical properties: volume, chemical properties of the Responsible
properties of temperature, pressure, material: Volume, Synthesis
matter density, boiling point, temperature, pressure, capacity
melting point. density, melting point, Methodical
boiling point, pH.
To dDescribe the
concepts, mass, weight, Calculations and
specific gravity, specific converting unitsconversion
gravity and density. of units of volume, mass,
weight, specific gravity,
To dDefine the chemical specific gravity and
properties of the material: density.
pH, flammability,
combustibility, resistance Demonstrate the chemical
to oxidation and corrosion. properties of matter:
flammability, combustibility,
oxidation and corrosion.

Introduction to Describe the rules of the Name chemical Analytical


the IUPAC nomenclature for compounds using IUPAC Responsible
nomenclature the identification of rules. Synthesis
of inorganic inorganic and organic capacity
and organic compounds. Represent the structure of Methodical
compositions chemical compounds
according to IUPAC rules.

Chemical Describe the types and Show colligative properties Analytical


Mixes and characteristics of the of solutions and colloidal Responsible
their homogenous mixtures lines systems. Synthesis
properties é, é heterints capacity
heterogeneous lines. Methodical

Describe the concept of


colligative properties.

Explain surface
phenomena.

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TopicsTheme
Chemical Explain the types of Formulate reactions using Analytical
Reactions and reactions qu í chemical equations. Responsible
Stoichiometry micaschemical reactions: Synthesis
addition, substitution, Select the equation capacity
deletion, synthesis. balancing method. Methodical

Describe balance methods Balance chemical


balance of chemical equations.
reactions: score, algebraic
and Redox.

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Assessment
instruments
Learning result Learning sequence
Instruments and types
of reagents
Student makes a case from a 1. To understand the structure Case study
report containing: and operation of the periodic Rubric
table of chemical elements
- Selection Method Two or
rolling with justification 2. To aAnalyze the aggregation
-Equation reaction chemistry states of matter and their
balanced proposal. physical and chemical
D -state and aggregation of properties
components
Physical and chemical 3.To uUnderstands r types of
compounds d - properties and links and intermolecular forces
reaction
-Nomenclature compounds 4. It comprises theory r and
mixture colligative properties. It
comprises theory r sy mixture
colligative properties

5. Buying undder the IUPAC


nomenclature

6. Analyze types of Chemical


reactions micas and balancing
methods

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PROCESS TEACHING LEARNING

Teaching aids and materials Means and


Teaching Methods and Techniques
teaching materials
Ca laboratory practice Chemistry lab
Investigation Reagents
Collaborative team Materials
EAM laboratory
Whiteboard
EAM computer
Internet
Manual safetySafety Manual
Safety equipment

TRAINING SPACE

Classroom Laboratory / Workshop Business


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LEARNING UNITS

1. Unity Learning II I. Solutions and Chemical Kinetics


2.Theoretical Hours 6
3.Hours Practices 14
4.Hours Total 20
5. Objective of the The student will determine the speed of chemical reactions to
Learning Unit describe the performance of chemical processes.

Topicsheme Knowledge To Know SkillsTo Do ValuesTo Be

Preparation of To dDescribe the concepts Prepare solutions at Analytical


solutions of: solute, solvent, different concentrations. Responsible
concentration, conversion Synthesis
of chemical units. Prepare solutions by capacity
changing concentration Methodical
To dDescribe the types of units.
concentration:
molar, molarl, normal, Calculate the
formal, ,% mass / mass% concentration of a solution
volume / volume,% mass / and their equivalents in
volume, ppm, ppb. different s concentration
units.

Conservation To eExplain the law of Demonstrate the Analytical


of matter mass conservation of matter conservation of matter Responsible
and energy mass and energy. mass in chemical Synthesis
equations. capacity
To eExplain the law of Methodical
multiple proportions.

Chemical To dDefine the concepts: Determine the kinetics of Analytical


kinetics Reaction kinetics, reaction chemical reactions. Responsible
rate, activation energy, Synthesis
chemical equilibrium, Calculate activation capacity
limiting reagent, yield, energy, chemical balance, Methodical
selectivityand selectivity. limiting reagent, yield,
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selectivity of chemical
reactions.

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Assessment
instruments
Learning result Learning sequence
Instruments and types
of reagents

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The student will develop from a 1. To iIdentify the elements and Case study
case, a report containing the units Rubric
following: concentrationconcentration
units of a chemical solution
- calculations of mass amount
of, reactants and products of a 2. To uUnderstand law d and
balanced chemical equation conservation of matter
-Calculations for preparing
solutions in concentration units 3. To uUnderstand the law of
where entities differ multiple proportions
- Calculation of the reaction
rate, chemical equilibrium 4. To aAnalyzeing the concepts
constant, yield, selectivity, and reaction of kinetics reaction
energy limiting reagent
activation
-– Analysis of resultsResult
analysis

BASIC CHEMISTRY

PROCESS TEACHING LEARNING

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Laboratory practice Laboratory chemicalChemical Laboratory
Investigation Reagents
Ccollaborative team Materials
EAM laboratory
Whiteboard
EAM computer
Internet
Manual safetySafety Manual
Safety equipment

TRAINING SPACE

Classroom Laboratory / Workshop Business

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LEARNING UNITS

1. Learning unit I V. Electrochemistry and Thermochemistry


2.Theoretical Hours 5
3.Hours Practices 10
4.Hours Total 15
5. Objective of the The student will experimentally reproduce electrochemical
Learning Unit reactions to determine their thermochemistry and viability.

TopicsTheme Knowledge To Know Skills To Do Values To Be

Electrochemistry To eExplain the concepts Play experimentally: Analytical


of redox reactions, redox reactions, Responsible
electrochemical cells, electrochemical cells and Synthesis
standard potentials and batteries. capacity
batteries. Methodical
Demonstrate the
To eExplain Faraday's electrochemical properties
law. of the materials.

To dDefine the concept of Determine the feasibility


corrosion and its of chemical reactions
classification. according to standard
potentials.

To dDescribe the Determine experimentally Analytical


Thermochemistry concepts of energy, the energy changes in Responsible
internal energy, enthalpy, chemical reactions and Synthesis
entropy, work, heat and solutions. capacity
thermodynamic potential. Methodical
Calculate heat
To sState the first law of are:,,heats: latent phase Formatted: Not Highlight
thermodynamics. transformation,
dissolution, reaction. Formatted: Not Highlight

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Assessment
instruments
Learning result Learning sequence
Instruments and types
of reagents

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The student will make a case 1.To uUnderstand the Case study
from a report containing the concepts of: redox reactions, Rubric
following: electrochemical cells, standard
potentials, batteries,
-– The representation of the eEnthalpy, entropy, wWork,
electrochemical reaction heat and corrosion
It's burning electrochemical
cells 2. To aAnalyze Faraday's law
Calculation of: standard and the First Law of
potential, heats of reaction, Thermodynamics
dissolution
- Feasibility study of the 3. To iIdentify types of
proposed reactions corrosion
-Conclusions
4.To iIdentify the types of
energy

BASIC CHEMISTRY

PROCESS TEACHING LEARNING

Teaching Methods and Techniques Means and teaching materials


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Lab Chemistry lab
Investigation Reagents
Collaborative team Materials
Problem EAM laboratory
Whiteboard
EAM computer
Internet
Manual safetySafety Manual
Safety equipment

TRAINING SPACE

Classroom Laboratory / Workshop Business

BASIC CHEMISTRY

CAPABILITIES OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE DERIVATIVES TO WHICH HELPS


THE COURSE
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Capacity Performance criteria
Identifying aspects and conditions of Make a record of the initial state of a physical
physical and chemical phenomena and chemical phenomenon that contains:
involved in a given observation, by
systematized to describe the problem - ELEMENTS
situation. - Conditions
- Scientific notation.
- Constants, Variables
- System of units of measurement

Raise issues of of physical and chemical Graphically and analytically it represents a


phenomena by analyzing the interaction relationship between physical and chemical
of the elements and conditions, based on variables of a phenomenon that contains:
the principles and theories to generate a
proposed solution. -Elements and initial and final conditions.
-FORMULASFormulas, physical and chemical
expressions.
- Wiring plan and plot of the phenomenon.
- Hypothesis and substantiationjustification

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOURCES

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Raymond Mc Graw
ISBN: Chemistry Mexico Mexico
Chang Hill
9786071509284
(2011)
Raymond Fundamentals of Mc Graw
ISBN: Mexico Mexico
Chang Chemistry Hill
9786071505415
(2013)
Chemistry Central Prentice
Brown ISBN: Mexico Mexico
science Hall
9786073222372
(2013)
Prentice
Petrucci ISBN: General chemistry Madrid Spain
Hall
9788490354179
(2009)
General Chemistry Prentice
ISBN: Madrid Spain
Woodfield Virtual Laboratory Hall
9786074422108

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