This subject has to be understood in the framework of the module of Chemistry, 1st year of the Degree in Chemistry. It is the natural continuation of the subject "Chemistry 1", showing how the concepts studied there at the atomic and molecular levels express macroscopically. Thus, the fundamentals of thermochemistry, aggregation state, phase changes, mixtures and solutions, or the basis of chemical kinetics, etc., are studied.
This subject prepares the student for the study of equilibrium phenomena, as well as of the physical changes matter can undergo, and of the chemical reactivity. (English lecturer: Moisés Canle)
1. Modifications to the contents. No changes
2. Methodologies. As a subject of second term, three different situations can occur: (A) total face-to-face teaching method, when there is not any restriction concerning the access to the Faculty; (B) hybrid teaching method, when there are some restrictions concerning the maximum capacity limits on spaces; (C) non-attendance teaching method. In the latter case (C), teaching method would be total non-attendance.
*Teaching methodologies that are maintained. In situation (A), all methodologies are maintained.
*Teaching methodologies that are modified. In situation (B), both seminars and practices will be face-to-face, although the maximum capacity limits on labs may make it necessary to substitute part of the experimental work by some virtual alternative activities. In situation (C), both guess lectures and seminars seminars will be held entirely online and the laboratory sessions will be substituted by alternative virtual activites designed by the teachers.
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students. Daily attention by email and forums in Moodle, tutoring by Teams at request of the students.
4. Modifications in the evaluation. No changes in situations (A) and (B), the final objective/subjective test will be face-to-face. In situation (C), the evaluation will be online via moodle.
*Evaluation observations: no changes from the teaching guide.
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy. No changes in situation (A) and (B); in situation (C), links to books available in electronic format that are freely accessible to all students will be added on moodle.
(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.