Environmental chemistry and technology

BMEVEKFA403

Environmental chemistry and technology

 



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Subject code


Semester


Contact hours


Credit


Language


 


 


BMEVEKFA403


 


3


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English


 

3. Responsible person and department:  Dr. Andrea Szabó-Nagy Department of Chemical and Environmental Process Engineering

4. Lecturer:



Name:


Post:


Department:


Dr. Andrea Szabó-Nagy


Ass. prof


Department of Chemical and Environmental Process Engineering


 


 


 

5. Subject is based on:

Basic level of inorganic and organic chemistry and chemical technology

6. Aim of the subject:

Understanding of the formations, possible reactions and control methods of environmental polluting materials

7. Short syllabus of the subject:

Chemical properties, ways of formation, elimination ways, reaction kinetics, and control methods of environmental polluting materials (airborn pollutants: carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides, hydrocarbons, and photochemical oxidants, particulates, dioxines,

waterborn pollutants: organic materials, toxic organic materials, plant nutrients, mineral oil and fractions, detergents, pesticides, toxic metals).

 

 

8. Literature:

 

1. Bajnóczy Gábor  Environmental Chemistry and Technology

www.kkft.bme.hu/oktatas/envchemtech

2. R.A. Bailey ….. Chemistry of the Environment (Academic Press) 2002.

 

 

CsatolmányMéret
1. development of the atmosphere.ppt319.5 KB
2. carbon monoxide.ppt1.83 MB
3. nitrogen oxides.ppt1.53 MB
4. sulfur dioxide.ppt491.5 KB
5. hydrocarbons.ppt1.82 MB
6. halohydrocarbons.ppt992 KB
7. particles.ppt2.76 MB
8.global warming.ppt2.16 MB
9. Bioenergy.ppt5.53 MB
10. high oxygen demand wastewater.ppt558.5 KB
11. high oxygen demand, toxic wastewater.ppt1.47 MB
12. plant nutrient-containing wastewater.ppt505 KB
13. detergent-containing wastewaters.ppt519 KB
14. pesticides.ppt2.57 MB
2013.09.25.