ERT 207/4 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
This course introduces and discusses the basic principle of analytical chemistry that covers data analysis and interpretation. Basic statistics and the utilization of statistics are applied in most of the analytical methods. To introduce, discuss and apply classical analytical methods such as gravimetriy and titrimetry. This course also meant to introduce, discuss and apply modern methods in analytical chemistry such as chromatographic and spectroscopic technique.
Ability to analyze the correct statistical method for data analytical and to remember the steps in quantitative analysis
Ability to evaluate the concentration of analytes of various classical titrimetric (acid-base, complexation, redox and precipitation) and gravimetric methods for mass determination
Ability to evaluate modern chromatography and spectroscopic principles and to interpret and calculate the sample concentration.
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