Colloid and Interface Chemistry

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C
olloid and
I
nterface
C
hemistry

COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Name

Colloid and Interface Chemistry

Total Course Hours

48 hours

(

1
st

semester of each academic year)

Course Credit

3

credits



Instructor:
Prof.
Mingyuan Li

Room
302
,
EOR Research Cen
t
re

E
-
mail:

mi
ngyuanli
@cup.edu.cn

Tel. 89734145

Course hours/classroom:
See viewing schedule

Credits: 3


Course description


Colloid and
Inter
face Chemistry is a fundamental course for nano
-
science, environmental
science, materials, petrochemical engineering, drilling,
oil recovery and transportation of
oil/gas. The instruction of the course is focused on the basic conceptions, theory, properties
of colloids, surface/interfaces between solid, liquid and gases, and properties of typical
dispersions, such as foam, emulsion

and gel.


Course objective
:


The purpose of the course instruction is the students could learn the basic conception, theory
and knowledge of colloid and surface/interface chemistry, the methods for studying and
analyzing problems met in science, engineeri
ng and life, build the capacity for innovating
and developing new technology and use the theory, knowledge and the methods to solve
these problems after they take the course. The students could build the capacity for reading,
listening, speaking and writin
g for communicating and discussing the relevant issues of
colloid and surface science in English.


R
equirement
:

The requirement for students is as following:

2


1.

Learning and understanding the basic conception and theory of colloid and
surface/interface bet
ween substances and the basic properties of colloidal and surface
system.

2.

Mastering the thinking logic and the basic studying and analyzing method of colloid and
surface science.

3.

Solving the problems met in science, engineering and life by using the theor
y,
knowledge, thinking logic and the methods learn from the course.

4.

Promoting the capacity for reading, listening, speaking and writing in English.

5.

Promoting self
-
study ability in science, engineering and practice in research.



Topics:

Charpter

1.

Co
lloid and Surface Chemistry: Scope and Variables



4
h
r

1.1

Introduction

1.2

The Importance of the Surface for Small Particles

1.3

Classification of Colloids Based on Affinity to Carrier Fluid

1.4

Concept of Stability of Colloidal System

1.5

Some Physical Characteristi
cs of Colloids


Charpter

2
.

Sedimentation and diffusion and Their Equilibrium





4 hr

2.1 Sedimentation: Some Basic Considerations

2.2 Gravitational Sedimentation

2.3 Centrifugal Sedimentation

2.4 Diffusion

2.5 Brownian Motion and Diffusion

2.6 Equ
ilibrium Between sedimentation and Diffusion


Charpter

3
.

Solution Thermodynamics: Osmotic and Donnan Equilibria



2 hr

3.1 Osmotic Pressure

3.2 Donnan Equilibrium

3.3 Some Applications


Charpter

4
.

The Rheology of Dispersions





2 h
r

4.1 Newton’s Law of Viscosity

4.2 Einstein’s Therory of Viscosity of Dispersions

4.3 Deviations from the Einstein Model

3


4.4 Non
-
Newtonian Behavior


Charpter

6
.

Surface Tension and Contact Angle: Application to Pure Substances


6
hr

6.1 Surface

Tension and Contact Angle

6.2 Thermodynamics of Surfaces:Surface Tension as Surface free Energy

6.3 Surface tension: Implications for Curved Interfaces and Capillarity

6.4 Effects of Curved Interfaces on Phase Equilibria and Nucleation: The Kelvin Equatio
n

6.5 Surface tension and Contact Angle: Their Relation to Wetting and Spreading Phenomena

6.6 Contact of Liquids with Porous Solids and Powder


Charpter

7
.

Adsorption from Solution and Monolayer Formation


6 h
rs

7.1 Insoluble Monolayers: Sprea
ding of Surfactants on Aqueous Surfaces

7.2 Experimental Measurement of Film Pressure

7.3 Results of Film Balance Studies

7.4 Viscous Behavior of Two
-
dimensional Phases

7.5 Adsorption from Solution: Thermodynamics

7.6 The Gibbs Equation: Experimental resu
lts

7.7 Adsorption on Solid Surface

7.8 Applications of Adsorption from solution


Charpter

8
.

Colloidal Structures in Surfactant Solution: Association Colloidas


6

h
r

8.1 Surfactants in Solution: Experimental Observations and Models

8.2 Structure of Micel
les

8.3 Molecular Architecture of Surfactants, Parking Consideration, and Shapes of Mecelles

8.4 Critical Micelle Concentration and the Thermodynamics of Micellization

8.5 Solubilization

8.6 Reverse Micelles

8.7 Emulsions and Microemulsions

8.8 Some Applic
ations of Microemulsions


Charpter

9
.

Adsorption at Gas
-
Solid Surfaces



2 hr

9.1 Experimental and Theoretical Treatments of Adsorption: An Overview

9.2 Multilayer Adsorptio
n

9.3 Adsorption in Porous Solids


4


Charpter

1
0
.

van der

Waals Force



2 hr

10.1 van der Waals forces and their Importance in Colloid and Surface Chemistry

10.2 van der Waals forces Between Large Particles and Over Large Distances


Charpter

1
1
.

The Electrical Double Layer a
nd Double
-
Layer Interactions



4 h
r

11.1 Surface Charge and Electrical Double Layer: Background

11.2 The Capacitor Model of the Double layer

11.3 The diffuse Doublelayer

11.4 Overlapping Double layers and Interparticle Repulsion

11.5 “Not
-
Quite
-
Indiff
erent” Electrolytes: Stern Layer


Charpter

1
2
.


Electrophoresis and Other Electrokinetic Phenomena



6 hr

12.1 Mobilities of Small Ions and Macroions in Electric Fields

12.2 Zeta Potential: Think Electrical Double layer

12.3 Zeta Potential: Thin E
lectrical Double layer

12.4 Zeta Potential: General Theory for Spherical Particles

12.5 Electroosmosis

12.6 Streaming Potential

12.7 The Surface of Shear and Viscoelectric Effect


Preparing for examination, examination



4 h
rs



Required
t
ext:

Paul C. Hiemenz
,

Principles of Colloid and Surface Chemistry

, Marcel
Dekker, Inc. 1997

Supplementary
r
eferences


1.

Zhou Zhukang, Gu Tiren et al.,

Principles of Colloid Chemistry

, Beijing University
Press
, 1991

2. Gu Tiren, Li Waila
ng et al.,

Surface

Chemistry

, Science
Press
, 1994

3.

Zhao Zhenguo et al.,

Principles of
Interface

Chemistry

, Chemical Industry
Press
,
1999


Teaching and Learning Activities:

5


Student centered learning

44

hours



Total student effort: 48 hours


Grad
ing:

Problem Sets

10
%

Attendance


10%

Oral presentation

1
0%

Final project paper

7
0%