Research Group Thiel

Lectures and practical courses

of Prof. Dr. Werner R. Thiel

Lectures

(the headings are links to the lectures in KIS)

Analytical chemistry with exercises

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Werner R. Thiel

Relevant for courses: BaCh: 1. Sem., BaCh-SP-WW: 4. Sem, BaLCh: 1. Sem., and some more ...

Turnus: winter term

Place/time: HS 52/206, Mo: 8h15-9h45; Mi: 13h30-14h15; exercise, Mi: 14h45-15h30

Materials:

Script

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

Exercise 7

Exercise 8

Exercise 9

Exercise 10

Content:

-  introduction into the classification of chemical compounds
-  basics of chemical reactionc (sign language of chemistry, stoichiometric calculations,
thermodynamics of chemical reactions, kinetics of chemical reaction, equilibrium) 
-  chemistry of ionic compounds (solubility product, solubility of salts in water, acids and bases,
coordination chemistry, oxidation and reduction)
-  qualitative analysis of inorganic (sample taking, sample preparation, separation processes for cations and anions)
-  chemical processes for the quantitative analysis of inorganic compounds (neutralisation titration,
redox titration, precipitation titration, complexometry, gravimetry, electro gravimetry)
-  physical processes for the quantitative analysis of inorganic compounds (basics, photometry, atom spectroscopy, electrochemical methods, mass spectrometry, radiometric methods)
-  separation techniques

Organometallic chemistry (AC-III) with exercises

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Werner R. Thiel

Relevant for: BaCh: 5. Sem.

Turnus: winter term

Place/time: HS 52/203, Do: 11h30-12h15; Fr: 10h00-11h30

Materials:

The script can be submitted by E-Mail.

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

Exercise 7

Content:

- basics of organometallic chemistry (historical aspects, industrial processes using organometallic compounds, the metal-carbon bond)
-  organometallic chemistry of main group elements and of elements from groups 11 and 12 incl.  general strategies for their synthesis
-  organometallic chemistry of the transition metals (special aspects of the transition metal-carbon bond, ligand classification, electron counting, transition metal alkyl complexes, carbonyl complexes, carbene complexes, carbine complexes, olefin complexes, alkyne complexes, allyl- and enyl complexes, complexes possessing cyclic donor ligands)

Inorganic function al materials

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Werner R. Thiel

Relevant course: MaCh: 3. Sem. and others

Turnus: winter term

Place/time: seminar room 54/656, Mo: 11h45-13h15

 

Content:

- inorganic pigments, fluoreszent materials, chromophores for different technical applications
- silicates
- structured porous materials, zeolites, mesoporous silica gels, alumo phosphates
- silicones, phosphazenes
- inorganic and metalorganic polymers, MOFs,
- electrically conducting polymers
- lithium ion cells

Seminar every day chemistry and environmental chemistry

Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Werner R. Thiel, Prof. Dr. Stefan Kubik, Dr. Uwe Bergsträßer, N.N.

Relevant course: BaLACh: 6.Sem.

Turnus: summer term

Place/time: HS 52/207, Di: 15h30-17h00

 

Content:

- introduction into catalysis
- formation of basic inorganic compounds
- basic petrochemical processes
- chemical end energetical use of renewable resources
- ecobalances of chemical processes

Homogeneous catalysis

Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Werner R. Thiel and Prof. Dr. H. Sitzmann

Relevant courses: MaCh: 2. Sem. and others

Turnus: summer term

Place/time: seminar room 52/204, Mi: 10h00-11h30

 

Content:

- history and basics of homogeneous catalysis
- pricipal steps of catalytic reactions
- hydrogenation, hydrosilylation, hydroformylation
- catalytic polymerisation
- C-C-, C-N-, C-O-coupling reactions, olefin metathesis

Introduction into the pracal course inorganic chemistry

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Werner R. Thiel

Relevant course: BaLACh: 2. Sem.

Turnus: summer term

Place/time: seminar room 52/204, Fr: 13h30-16h00

Materials:

Script

Content:

-  introduction into the classification of chemical compounds
-  basics of chemical reactionc (sign language of chemistry, stoichiometric calculations,
thermodynamics of chemical reactions, kinetics of chemical reaction, equilibrium) 
-  chemistry of ionic compounds (solubility product, solubility of salts in water, acids and bases,
coordination chemistry, oxidation and reduction)
-  qualitative analysis of inorganic (sample taking, sample preparation, separation processes for cations and anions)
-  chemical processes for the quantitative analysis of inorganic compounds (neutralisation titration,
redox titration, precipitation titration, complexometry, gravimetry, electrogravimetry)
-  photometry

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