Rovira y Virgili
Educational guide 
School of Chemical Engineering
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Nanoscience, Materials and Processes: Chemical Technology at the Frontier
   Learning outcomes
Type A Code Learning outcomes
 A1.1 A1.1 Can apply the concepts of supramolecular chemistry to the design and synthesis of molecular receptors, simple molecular devices and nanostructured molecular materials.
A1.1 Are aware of the fundamental properties of intermolecular forces and their importance in chemistry, biology and materials science.
A1.1 Are familiar with the experimental methods used in the characterisation of supramolecular systems.
 A2.1 A2.1 Can interpret chemical and biological processes that are based on molecular interactions.
Type B Code Learning outcomes
 B3.1 B3.1 Accept and comply with the rules of the group.
B3.1 Take active part in planning the team’s work, distributing tasks and respecting deadlines.
B3.1 Contribute to the positive management of any differences, disagreements and conflicts that arise in the team.
B3.1 Make their personal contribution in the time expected and with the resources available.
B3.1 Take active part and share information, knowledge and experiences.
B3.1 Take into account the points of view of others and give constructive feedback.
 B5.1 B5.1 Analyse their own limitations and potential for undertaking a particular task.
B5.1 Decide how to manage and organize the work and time required to carry out a task from the basis of a general plan.
B5.1 Decide how to manage and organize the work and time.
B5.1 Reflect on their learning process and learning needs.
Type C Code Learning outcomes
 C1.1 Express opinions on abstract or cultural topics in a limited fashion.
Explain and justify briefly their opinions and projects.
Understand instructions about classes or tasks assigned by the teaching staff.
Understand routine information and articles.
Understand the general meaning of texts that have non-routine information in a familiar subject area.
Write letters or take notes about foreseeable, familiar matters.