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Field name, Field content. Hlavní záhlaví – osobní jméno, Pitter, Pavel, Údaje o názvu, Hydrochemie / Pavel Pitter. Údaje o vydání, Vyd. 1. Nakladatelské. References Hlavínek, P., Mičín, J., Prax, P.: Příručka stokování a čištění, , NOEL , ISBN Pitter, P.: Hydrochemie, , ISBN. Pitter, P., Hydrochemie. VŠCHT, Praha. Powell, M.D., Wright, G.M., Speare, D.J., Morphological changes in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) gill.

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Mode of completion and number of credits: Recommended optional programme components.

Aims of the course: Students will gain new knowledge, understanding and knowledge in the following areas: Mode of delivery, planned learning activities and teaching methods: Type of course unit.

Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences. Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences.

The subject is assessed by oral hydrochemle. The ability to assess the usage of surface waters in particular purpose based on results of chemical analysis.

Alternative processes of nitrogen removal from wastewater — startup of nitritation reactor

The aim of this subject is to acquaint learners with physical and chemical parameters of water and with common chemical analysis of natural water. Learning outcomes of the course unit. Physical and chemical properties of pure water 2. The course uses teaching methods in form of Lecture – 2 teaching hours per week.


Hydrochemie [Pitter, ]

Natural waters – marine Oral examination in the range of lectures and recommended literature. Properties and composition of waters – colloidal matter Waste waters – industrial Use of chemical materials in fishery and the way of assessing the results of chemical analysis from the fishery, hygiene and water management points of view. The aim of this course is: Learning outcomes of the course unit. Chemical equilibria -dissociative reactions To enhance knowledge of students in the field of – physico-chemical and biological properties of water ie drinking, surface and waste – problems of pollution and water protection, with different indicators of pollution, their effects on man or the environment, or for building materials, – water treatment technology, methods suitable for removing contaminants in water – some methods for the determination of selected indicators of pollution respectively, some properties of water.

The ability to divide categories of waters based on origin, occurence and use of waters. Consultations are also provided to full-time students on request. An integral part of teaching and combined form of teaching is a e-learning tutorial course, divided into blocks, within which are available to students learning support including electronic textbooks, presentations, lectures, and other complementary materials.


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Not applicable – the subject could be chosen at anytime during the course of the programme. Commercial and service water Course title in English: Physical properties of water and aqueous solutions, solubility of liquids, solids and gases, chemical equilibrium, physical chemistry of surfaces, adsorption, properties and composition of water: Characteristics and composition of water – neutralization and suppressing capacity; conductivity 5.

Faculty of Civil Engineering. Recommended or required reading. Properties and composition of water – colloidal substances 7.

Student must manage chemical working procedures and hydroche,ie be able to carry out elementary chemical water analysis. Determination and signification of natrium, kalium, calcium, magnesium, copper, ferrum and manganese in water. The e-learning system LMS Moodle is available to teachers and students.

Recommended or required reading: Oral examination in the range of lectures and recommended literature. Chemical equilibria – precipitative dissolving reactions