Prep Course Chemistry
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Fundamental areas of general, anorganic and organic chemistry for technical and natural science based degree programs are discussed and und practical exercises help to ensure that discussed themes are learned.
- This course takes place at Campus Gießen daily between 9 am and 4 pm (with breaks).
- Course fees are 50€ (per course).
- Course fees must be paid in cash at the beginning of the course.
- Other payment methods (EC-Cards, credit cards, checks, wire transfers, …) cannot be accepted for organizational reasons.
- As a reciept, course participants will be given an identification badge and course materials. This badge should be carried on their person for the remainder of the course.
- The course groups and their respective rooms will be determined on the first day of the course or in the week before the course begins.
- Should the determination of groups/rooms be decided before the course starts, participants will be notified of the changes per email.
- The gorups are formed according to the students' departments and degree programs.
- Independent of the campus where you will be studying, you may take part in any/all preparatory courses of the Friedberg or Gießen Campuses. However only one course may be taken per week.
- Participation in the course requires that you register for the course on this webpage, as a consequence of this, and in order to send notification emails, registration to this site is also required.
- Deadline for registration is a week before the start of the course. Ensure your place by registering early!
Placement Test - Exercises
If you are unsure if you should participate in the course, take the placement test below.
- 1a. What is the material concentration in Mol per Liter, if 49 g H3PO4 are combined with water to create a 1 L solution?
1b. How many grams of Sodium Fluoride are contained in a 250 ml solution with a concentration of 0.5 mol/L?
- How many electrons does an ion of Sodium have in Sodium Chloride?
- Write the formulas for the following molecules:
- What is created by pouring together Hydrochloric Acid and Sodium Hydroxide?
- 5a. Which material is formed by burning Sulfer in the air?
5b. How does this change the oxidization state of the Sulfer?
Placement Test - Solutions
- a. 0.5 mol/L
b. 5.25 g
- a. H2SO4
- Sodium Chloride ande Water
- a. Sulfurdioxide
b. from 0 to +4
Contact Information for Preparatory Course Chemistry
0641 / 309-2394
General Contact Information for Preparatory Courses
Hans Christian Arlt
Central Studenr Counseling - Friedberg
06031 / 604-7777
7:30 am to 6:00 pm
Central Studenr Counseling - Gießen
0641 / 309-7777
7:30 am to 6:00 pm
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