Provide a solid background in chemical principles that are particularly important for Analytical Chemistry. Provide the basic knowledge of the solution equilibria, volumetric and gravimetric analysis, and use of common instrumental methods in analytical chemistry. The course is also aimed to develope the right analytical sensitivity required for the chemical laboratory.
The course will be carried out through a first part of lectures to provide the student with the basic background for entering the laboratory, and a part of the laboratory that includes participated lessons, simulations and quantitative analysis with single and group work typology.
Introduction of the course. Statistics. Errors in Analytical Chemistry. Presentation of results. Equilibria in solution. Acid-Base equilibria, equilibria of precipitation, of complexation and redox. Selection of Analytical Method. Precision, accuracy, sensitivity. Laboratory instruments: Analytical balance and glassware. Gravimetric analysis. Precipitation Analysis (Overview). General information on titrations. Preparation of standard solutions. standardization procedures. Definition of primary standard. Calibration of laboratory glassware, standardization of HCl solutions with sodium carbonate, acid-base titrations, complexometric titrations, titration with EDTA. Determination of Ca2 + and Mg2 +. complexometric determination of Cu (II), determination of water hardness. Redox titrations. Iodimetry and iodometry. Iodimetric determination of ascorbic acid. Iodometric determination of potassium iodate content in the food iodized salt. Spectrophotometric determination of caffeine and paracetamol.
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Skoog, Holler, Crouch, Principles of instrumental analysis - VII ed. Thomson Brooks/Cole, 2007.
D. C. Harris, Quantitative Chemical Analysis, 9th ed. W.H. Freeman and Company, New York, US, 2016.