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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Drinking water – basic concepts, quality requirements Students gain knowledge which is essential for the understanding of all the basic processes that take place in natural waters oxidation, reduction, sorption, pH changes as a result of changes in carbonate balance, etc. Draw up the record max.

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The ability to divide categories of waters based on origin, occurence and use of waters. Learning outcomes of the course unit: Students will be capable of application concepts in the field of hydrochemistry; 2. Dissolved oxygen – determination and signification. Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes. Recommended optional programme components.


Solubility of liquids in water 3. Chemical equilibria – complexing reactions For students in combined form of study are organized consultations to subjec matter.


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Learning outcomes of the hydrocyemie unit. Natural waters – surface; processes; classification Course title in Czech: Students gain knowledge which is necessary prerequisite for the application in scientific and in technical practice; 5.

There is no compulsory work placement in the course unit. Knowledge from courses Physical chemistry, Analytical chemistry.

Properties and composition of water – organoleptic properties 6. Contents of the course is to broadening and deepening knowledge of students in the issues of pollution and water protection, focusing on the basic physicochemical and biological properties of water in the hydrochemical hydrocheime occurring in the waters, water pollution and the impact of pollution on water quality, the legal and technical aspects of water protection for determination of selected indicators in drinking water at water treatment technology, various methods of removing contaminants from water and the basics hydrobiology.


Aims of the course: Properties and composition of waters – neutralizating and buffering capacity ; conductivity The course uses teaching methods in form of Lecture – 2 teaching hours per week. Physical and chemical properties of pure water 2. Type of course unit: The e-learning system LMS Moodle is available to teachers and students. Recommended optional programme components. Consultations are also provided to full-time students on request.


Course title in language of instruction: Chemical equilibria – redox reactions The ability to assess the usage of surface waters in particular purpose based on results of chemical analysis. Chemical equilibrium – dissociation reactions, hydrolytic, rhodium, precipitating, complexing reactions 3. Natural waters – atmospheric, underground, mineral and surface The aim of this subject is to acquaint learners with physical and chemical parameters of water and with common chemical analysis of natural water.

Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences. Water Resources Engineering – doctoral semi-compulsory1.

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Determination and signification of nitrogen ammonia, hydrochrmie, nitritephosphorus, chlorine and sulphate in water. Characteristics and composition of water – neutralization and suppressing capacity; conductivity 5. Chemical compounds of fish body, saprobity system and trophic potential.

The e-learning system LMS Moodle is available to teachers and students. The subject is assessed by oral exam. Recommended or required reading: Waste water treatment sludges Kinetics of chemical reactions – saturation of ground water by oxygen 8.