|Course ID||Course Name||Instructor||Room Number||Time|
|GETh 105||Fundamentals of Chemistry in Geography and Environment||Farzana Ahmed Mohuya||203||12:00-12:50 P.M. (Monday), 10:00-10:50 A.M. (Wednesday)|
1. Environmental Chemistry: Meaning, Scope and Importance.
2. Structure of Atom; Electron, Proton and Neotrons; Atomic number, Atomic mass; Isotopes
3. State of Matters: solid, liquid and gas; changes of state:
4. Elements: Definition, Classification; Properties
5. Oxidation and Reduction: Definition; Balancing Chemical Equations; Titration;
6. Acid and Base: Definition; Properties; Acid-base Equilibrium; Ionic Product of Water; Strength of Acid and Base: pH, Acid-Base Titration: Indicator; Buffer Solution
7 Biogeochemical cycle: Nitrogen cycle; Carbon cycle, Oxygen cycle;
8. Chemical pollution of soil: Pesticide; Insecticide; Soiled Waste
9. Chemical pollution of water: Trace elements; Water quality parameters; Industrial Effluents; Pesticide; Insecticide; Oil Spill; Sewerage
10. Chemical pollution of Air: Green House Effect; CO2, CO, SOx, NOx, CFC, Acid Rain, Hydrocarbons, Smog, Particulates
11. Chemical Toxicology: Toxic Chemical in Environment; Effect of Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, Mercury, and Cyanide
12. Environmental Pollution and Human Health
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Smith, P.M. and Warr, K. (1999) Global Environmental Issue, Hodder & Stoughton, London
Miller, G.T (1994) Living in the Environment, ITP, California.
Manahan, S. E. 2009. fundamentals of Environmental Chemistry, Third Edition. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, New York, USA.