General introduction to analytical chemistry. Classification and principles of quantitative methods and chemical analysis. Acid - base titrations, Precipitation titrations , Redox titrations, titration curve and equivalent point, Indicators, Complexometric Titration. EDTA, Electrochemical Cells. The Nernset Equation, Gravimetric analysis methods –Solubility product. parameters affecting precipitation, Iodometry.
Carry out experiments on every type of volumetric titrations (neutralization, precipitation and redox). Perform experiment on gravimetric analysis by following the right steps.
Course Objectives & Outcomes
- To recognize the different concepts and methods to express concentrations.
- To know the different volumetric titrations and their applications.
- To recognizes the gravimetric analysis methods and theoretical foundations for precipitation and their industrial, medical and chemical applications.
At the end of this course, the students will be able to:
- Understand basic tools of concentration calculations and expressing the results of analysis.
- Differentiate between different volumetric titrations methods.
- Compare various traditional titrations methods.
- Apply critical thinking and hypothesis-driven methods of scientific inquiry to search and use the chemical literature in printed or electronic formats.
- Develop the student ability to choose the proper method to a specific analyte analysis.
- Modern Analytical Chemistry David Harvey DePauw University
- Gary Christian, Analytical Chemistry, 6th Ed. (Wiley)
- Dean's Analytical Chemistry Handbook, McGraw-Hill Handbooks, 2013.
- Analytical chemistry for technicians / by John V. Kenkel. CRC press— Fourth Edition 2013.
- D.A. Skoog, F.J. Holler, T.A. Niemann “Principles of Instrumental Analysis”, 6th Ed., 2006, Brooks /Cole, Thomson, Learning London.
- Vogel's-Textbook of quantitative chemical analysis (5th Edition, G.H. JEFFERY, J. BASSETT, J. MENDHAM, R.C. DENNEY.
Course ID: CHEM 301
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