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Chemistry 222 – What will we do? Data Analyses Look at Fundamental Chemical Equilibria. Electrochemistry Acid base titration Fundamentals of Spectroscopy. Analytical separations Sample Preparation Quality Assurance and Quality Control
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Analytical chemistry involves separating, identifying, and determining the amounts of the components in a sample. Qualitative Analysis Quantitative Analysis or Classical Instrumental
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Quantitative Analytical Process Define The Question Select the best available method for the analysis Sampling Sample Preparation Measurement-Analysis Evaluation of Data
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Terminology for expressing concentration Molar concentration / Molarity , is the number of moles of the analyte that is contained in 1 L of the solution. Analytical Molarity , C A , gives the total number of moles of an analyte in one liter of the solution.
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