52141 Analytical chemistry
Course DescriptionIntroduction to the theory and applications of analytical chemistry. Statistical data analysis, equilibrium expressions, pH, volumetric and gravimetric analysis, fundamentals of spectroscopy, fundamentals of electrochemistry, and analytical separations.
- by the end of this course the students should able to:
- 1. Acquainted chemical principles central to analytical chemistry.
- 2. Discuss a basic understanding of common analytical techniques
- 3. Identify random and systematic errors, and calculate uncertainties and confidence intervals
- 4. Correctly prepare standard solutions and use appropriate calibration methods
- 5. be familiar with the correct use of volumetric glassware to prepare solutions and perform titrations
- 6. Be familiar with the correct use and operation of spectrometers.
Books for this Course
- February 2016
- June 2016