Analytical Chemistri Intro Essay
LU1 :Analytical Chemistry Overview LU2: Measurements and Data Treatment LU3: Stoichiometric Calculations LU4: General Concepts of Chemical Equilibrium LU5: Gravimetric Methods LU6: Acid-Base Equilibria LU7: Acid-base titrations LU8: Analytical Separations
Laboratory reports (15%) Assignments (15%) MidTerm Examination (30%) Final Examination (40%)
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Gravimetric analysis – Methods based on a measured weight i.e., to measure suspended solids in a water sample: A known volume of water is filtered and the collected solids are weighed. Volumetric analysis – Methods based on a measured volume i.e., to determine the acidity of a sample of