1. 09:30 PART II: Chemical identity

    • Substance type – Mono-constituent, multi-constituent substances, UVCB, Nanomaterials, impurities
    • Polymers (the polymerisation process, addition, condensation polymers, classification of polymers)
    • Chemical identification (IUPAC naming, EC number, CAS number and EINECS)
    • Mixtures and articles
  2. Refreshment break

  3. Continuation of PART II

    • Chemical nomenclature (Organic, inorganic)
    • Molecular and structural formula
    • Isomerism (structural, optical, geometric)
    • Functional groups (including use as structural alerts)

    Set exercises will be used throughout this session

  4. Lunch

  5. PART III: Physicochemical properties -and how they can be used

    • States of matter
    • Boiling point and melting point
    • Vapour pressure & volatility
    • Density and specific gravity
    • Water solubility
    • Octanol water partition coefficient
    • pH and pKa
    • Viscosity
    • How physicochemical properties can be used to help likely human and ‘environmental’ exposures

    Set exercises will be used throughout this session

  6. Refreshment break

  7. PART IV: Chemistry in action

    • Chemical reactions and equations
    • Hydrolysis
    • Oxidation reactions (with examples from metabolism)
    • Acid – base (neutralisation) reactions
    • Flashpoint and flammability
    • Explosives

    Set exercises will be used throughout this session

  8. Questions and close of day two

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