January 16 & 175:30 to 7:30 p.m.
This is a continuation of Analytical Chemistry I. Various volumetric methods are studied (acid/base, redox, complexation). More advanced concepts and theory are examined as they deal with each type of analysis. This course also serves as an introduction to instrumental analysis, addressing both electrochemical and spectroscopic methods from an analytical perspective. Problem solving is strongly emphasized. The laboratory portion of this course emphasizes good laboratory technique and practices. Accuracy and precision of analytical results as well as documentation and presentation of laboratory results are evaluated.
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