The main teaching objective of this subject is provide skills and knowledge at a basic level about concepts, principles and theories that describe the structure of the atom and matter, the knowledge of the different models of chemical bonding, the intermolecular forces and about the different states of aggregation of the matter. All these aspects are fundamental to undestand advanced aspects such as the properties of materials and to be able to manipulate and design chemical entities and understand chemical reactions and interactions. Therefore, the contents of this subject provide basic knowledge, which are essentials for an undergraduate in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. Additionally, the knowledge and skills of this subject are complemented by the subjects Chemistry: equilibrium and Change and Integrated Basic Laboratory of the first year of the degree in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. These three subjects constitute the basic training of students in Chemistry.
1. Modifications to the contents
In principle, the contents are maintained in their entirety. But if it was necessary, a more general presentation of the same can be chosen, but in any case it will cover all the most relevant aspects of the subject.
*Teaching methodologies that are maintained
The methodologies will be maintained but it will be carried out in “Online mode”, that is, using the ICT tools available by the Institution. In the event that part of the student body cannot connect and follow the classes in real time, asynchronous media will be used (email, recording of the expository sessions, more personalized tutorials ...).
*Teaching methodologies that are modified
The objective tests will be online tests that will be carried out using Moodle or equivalent platforms and monitoring them by Teams.
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students
Students will be tutored through the Teams platform or through corporate email.
4. Modifications in the evaluation
If all the students could continue with non-face-to-face teaching without difficulty, it will be evaluated in the same way as in face-to-face teaching.
Students who cannot follow synchronous online activities will be evaluated for equivalent activities carried out asynchronously.
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy
There are no modifications in the bibliography / webgraphy
(*)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.