The student must demonstrate understanding of the foundational concepts of general chemistry and to know how to apply both in the resolution of exercises (stoichiometry, balancing reactions, thermodynamic measurements) and in describing the studied phenomena.
1. Being able to use the scientific language of the topics covered in chemistry. Knowledge of the nomenclature of inorganic compounds will be required (Knowledge and understanding)
2. It is necessary to demonstrate adequate knowledge of the fundamental laws of general chemistry and to know their application in real cases (Knowledge and understanding)
3. Ability to summarize the basic concepts of general chemistry with a proper language in the written test. (Communication skills -communication skills)
4. Be able to formulate crosslinking between the several chapters treated and apply the acquired knowledge to the solution of stoichiometry problems. Demonstrate the understanding of the basics of chemistry by illustrating some of the fundamental laws by proposing some examples (judgment-making judgments)
5. It is required the ability to integrate the teaching material provided by the teacher with textbooks so as to formulate a synthesis and build a knowledge base to address the understanding of subsequent chemistry courses (Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry) learning skills - learning skills)