The Courses

1.  An OSHA Trilogy

2.  Applied Volume Calculations

3.  Arithmetic

4. Caustic Soda

5.  Chemistry Unit I  Chemistry in a Modern World

6.  Chemistry Unit II  The Organization of Chemistry

7.  Chemistry Unit III Water and It's Elements

8. Chemistry Unit IV Chemical Calculations

9.  Chemistry Unit V Ionization

10.  Coagulation and The Lamella Separator

11.  Diesel Engine, The

12. Electrodialysis

13.  Filtration

14.  Groundwater Pollution, Remediation & Groundwater Sampling Guidance

15.  Health and Safety

16.  Hydraulics and Electricity

17.  Membrane Technology

18.  pH Measurement

19.  Pumps

20. Reduction/Oxidation

21. Rules and Regulations

22. Sewage Treatment

23.  Unit Operations Math and Leachate Treatment

24.  Unit Operations Math Module #1  

25.  Unit Operations Math Module #2

26.  Valves

27.  Wastewater Characteristics and Wastewater Sampling

28.  Wastewater Indicators

29.  Wastewater Sources (Part 1)

30.  Wastewater Sources (Part 2)

31.  Wastewater Sources (Part 3)

32. Wastewater Treatment Methods and Disposal

 

________________________________________________________________________

Falcone Environmental Services, LLC

providing

Easy to Learn Wastewater Treatment Correspondence Courses

to complete the 

  • State of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection's 

  • State of New Hampshire's Department of Environmental Services

  • State of Vermont's Department of Environmental Conservation

requirements to earn annual Training Contact Hours (TCH) and/or Continuing Education Units (CEU).

Sign up NOW and complete your annual Wastewater Treatment Operator (WWTO)   training requirements!

________________________________________________________________________

Chemistry Unit III

Water and Its Elements 

TCH: 5 Hours

CEU: 0.5 Units

Price: $ 75.00

 

 

Contents:

Oxygen

  • Oxygen is our most important element

  • Oxygen is found in the land, sea and air

  • Joseph Priestley is credited as the discoverer of oxygen

  • How is oxygen prepared?

  • The physical properties of oxygen

  • The test for oxygen

  • The uses of oxygen

Oxidation and Combustion

  • What is oxidation?

  • What do we mean by combustion?

  • Burning was misunderstood until modern times

  • What do we mean by kindling temperature?

  • Increasing the surface area increases the rate of combustion

  • What causes dust explosions?

  • How do we extinguish fires?

  • What are the products of some common oxidations?

  • What is a flame?

  • Some substances do not burn

Ozone

  • The occurrence of ozone

  • The preparation of ozone

  • The difference between ozone and oxygen

  • The structure of the ozone molecule

  • The properties of ozone

  • Ozone has several important uses

Hydrogen

  • The occurrence of hydrogen

  • The early history of hydrogen

  • The preparation of hydrogen

  • The physical properties of hydrogen

  • The chemical properties of hydrogen

  • The uses for hydrogen

The Gas Laws

  • The volume of a gas depends on its temperature and pressure

  • Standard temperature and pressure

  • The mercury barometer is used to measure air pressure

  • Measuring the pressure of a gas collected over mercury

  • Measuring the pressure of a gas collected over water

  • The variation of gas volume with pressure

  • Using Boyle's Law

  • The variation of gas volume with temperature

  • The Kelvin temperature scale

  • The use of Charles' Law

  • Combined use of Boyle's and Charles' Law

  • The Gas - Law Formula

  • The behavior of real gasses

Water

  • The abundance of water

  • The physical properties of water

  • The structure and properties of water molecules

  • Water is commonly used as a standard

  • The chemical behavior of water

  • The composition of water by volume

  • The composition of water by weight

  • Deuterium oxide

  • The impurities which may be present in water

  • Potable water is safe to drink

  • The treatment of drinking water

  • Sedimentation helps remove suspended matter

  • Water is further purified by filtration

  • The aeration of water

  • The addition of chlorine or ozone destroys bacteria

  • Water can be feed from mineral matter in solution

Hydrogen Peroxide

  • Preparation of hydrogen peroxide

  • The properties of hydrogen peroxide

  • The uses of hydrogen peroxide

  • The peroxide group

The Law of Multiple Proportions

  • What is the Law of Multiple Proportions?

 

 

 

 

 

Home |  Services | Contact Us

Copyright  2015 John Falcone ~ Falcone Environmental Services, LLC ~ All rights reserved.