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EES4201

Water Chemistry

EES6208
Principles of Water
Chemistry-1
SYLLABUS
Instructor Teaching Assistants
1. Kyle Rezek (Undergraduates)
Jean-Claude Bonzongo • Email: krezek@ufl.edu
• Email: bonzongo@ufl.edu • Office hours: T, 2 – 4 pm
• Location:
• Office hours: M & W 4:30 – 5:30 pm
• Location: 308 Black Hall 2. Lang Zhou (Graduates)
• Email: seanjsharp@ufl.edu
• Tel: (352) 392-7604 • Office hours: R, 2 - 4 pm
• Location: 306 Black Hall

Lecture building and room Lecture days/times

NEB M, W, and F

Room 201 8th period

3:00-3:50 pm
Professional Component
The fundamental understanding of aquatic chemistry
principles emphasized in this course will allow students
to acquire skills needed to adequately deal with
pollution prevention and control in both natural and
engineered aquatic systems. This course is a
tremendous asset for professional careers in
environmental engineering, with obvious benefits for
society.

Relation to Program Outcomes


Students who successfully complete this course should
be able to: (1) identify, formulate, and solve
engineering problems related to water pollution, (2)
apply knowledge of mathematics, chemistry, and
engineering; and (3) acquire knowledge on fate and the
environmental impacts of pollutants in aquatic systems.
Outcome Coverage*
1. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems by applying principles of High
engineering, science, and mathematics.
2. An ability to apply both analysis and synthesis in the engineering design process, resulting Low
in designs that meet desired needs.
3. An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data,
and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.
4. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences Medium

5. An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations Medium


and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in
global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
6. An ability to recognize the ongoing need for additional knowledge and locate, evaluate, Medium
integrate, and apply this knowledge appropriately.
7. An ability to function effectively on teams that establish goals, plan tasks, meet deadlines, Low
and analyze risk and uncertainty
*
Coverage is given as high, medium, or low. An empty box indicates that this outcome is not covered or
assessed in the course.
Textbook and Software

Software: Visual MINTEQ (V-MINTEQ)


Free download at:

Textbook: Water Chemistry https://vminteq.lwr.kth.se/download/


Author: Mark Benjamin
2nd Edition And click on: Vminteq31_setup.zip
ISBN 1-4786-2308-X or 978-4786-2308-3.
Week Dates Lecture Topics Textbook Lecture Videos &
Assignments
WATER
Introduction CHEMISTRY (EES4201)
Chap-1
1 8/21  Syllabus
8/23  The water molecule and Water Chemistry pp: 2-30 Lecture-01
Basics of Aquatic Chemistry, Chemical Chap-1
Reactivity, Reactions & Equilibrium
Chap-2
8/26  Dissolution of solutes, Quantitation in water pp: 2-30 Lectures-02 & 03
2 8/28 chemistry, Chemical reactions, Activity and Quiz-1
8/30 Activity Coefficients, Chemical Equilibrium pp: 38-73 HW-01
Equilibrium Thermodynamics
9/02 Holyday - No class
3 9/04  Gibbs free energy, Equilibrium, Disequilibrium, Handout posted Lecture-04
9/06 Saturation Index, Precipitation, Dissolution on canvas HW-02
reactions
Kinetics in Water Chemistry Chap-3
9/09  Reaction Kinetics, Rate Constants, Effects of Lecture-05
4 9/11 Temperature, Order of reactions pp: 78-113 Quiz-2
9/13 HW-03
Equilibrium Modeling Chap-7
9/16  Introduction to MINTEQ pp:354-375 Lectures-06 & 07
5 9/18  REVIEW for EXAM-1

9/20 EXAM-1 (Closed book) Exam during class period.


Week Dates Lecture Topics Textbook Lecture Videos &
Assignments
PRINCIPLES
IntroductionOF WATER CHEMISTRY-I
Chap-1 (EES6208)
1 8/21  Syllabus
8/23  The water molecule and Water Chemistry pp: 2-30 Lecture-01
Basics of Aquatic Chemistry, Chemical Chap-1
Reactivity, Reactions & Equilibrium
Chap-2
8/26  Dissolution of solutes, Quantitation in water pp: 2-30 Lectures-02 & 03
2 8/28 chemistry, Chemical reactions, Activity and Quiz-1
8/30 Activity Coefficients, Chemical Equilibrium pp: 38-73 HW-01
Equilibrium Thermodynamics
9/02 Holyday - No class
3 9/04  Gibbs free energy, Equilibrium, Disequilibrium, Handout posted Lecture-04
9/06 Saturation Index, Precipitation, Dissolution on canvas HW-02
reactions
Kinetics in Water Chemistry Chap-3
9/09  Reaction Kinetics, Rate Constants, Effects of Lecture-05
4 9/11 Temperature, Order of reactions pp: 78-113 Quiz-2
9/13 HW-03
Equilibrium Modeling Chap-7
9/16  Introduction to MINTEQ pp:354-375 Lectures-06 & 07
5 9/18  REVIEW for EXAM-1
Student oral presentations.
9/20 Research topics in water chemistry Location TBA (HW-04)
221 Black Hall
UF E-LEARNING

Link to CANVAS
GRADES / UNDERGRADUATES
Assignment Total Points per Percentage of
assignment Final Grade
Homework 100 25%
Pop Quizzes 10 10%
Exam #1 100 20%
Exam #2 100 20%
Exam #3 100 25%
100%

Number Grades Letter Grades Grade Points


94 - 100 A 4.00
90 - 93 A- 3.67
86 - 89 B+ 3.33
83 - 85 B 3.00
80 - 82 B- 2.67
76 - 79 C+ 2.33
73 - 75 C 2.00
0 - 59 E 0.00
GRADES / GRADUATES
Assignment Total Points per assignment Percentage of Final
Grade
Homework 100 80%
Quizzes 10 10%
Oral presentations (on campus students) 100 10%
and papers (EDGE students)

Number Grades Letter Grades Grade Points


94 - 100 A 4.00
90 - 93 A- 3.67
86 - 89 B+ 3.33
83 - 85 B 3.00
80 - 82 B- 2.67
76 - 79 C+ 2.33
73 - 75 C 2.00
0 - 59 E 0.00
STUDENTS REQUIRING
ACCOMMODATIONS
Students with disabilities requesting accommodations
should first register with the Disability Resource Center
(352-392-8565, https://www.dso.ufl.edu/drc) by providing
appropriate documentation. Once registered, students will
receive an accommodation letter which must be presented
to the instructor when requesting accommodation. Students
with disabilities should follow this procedure as early as
possible in the semester.
COURSE EVALUATION
Students are expected to provide professional and respectful feedback on the
quality of instruction in this course by completing course evaluations online via
GatorEvals. Guidance on how to give feedback in a professional and respectful
manner is available at https://gatorevals.aa.ufl.edu/students/. Students will be
notified when the evaluation period opens, and can complete evaluations through
the email they receive from GatorEvals, in their Canvas course menu under
GatorEvals, or via https://ufl.bluera.com/ufl/. Summaries of course evaluation
results are available to students at https://gatorevals.aa.ufl.edu/public-results/.
SYLLABUS (CONT’D)
• Attendance Policy, Class Expectations, and
Make-Up Policy
• University Honesty Policy
• Commitment to a Safe and Inclusive
Learning Environment
• Software Use
• Student Privacy
• Campus Resources:
• Health and Wellness
• Academic Resources