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WELCOME! ELEMENTARY QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS CHEM 221
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ELEMENTARY QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS CHEM 221, Fall 2007 Tues & Thur 9:30-10:45, Rm. 112 Hamilton Hall COURSE OUTLINE Instructor: Dr. Robert Powers Office Labs Address: 722 HaH 720-721 HaH Phone: 472-3039 472-5316 e-mail:[email protected] web page: http://bionmr-c1.unl.edu/ Office Hours: 10:30-11:30 am MWF or by Special Appointment I am in my office many other times during the week and am always willing to speak with you if you find me in or make an appointment. Teaching Assistants: Ms. Jennifer Copeland phone: 472-5316 office: 721 HaH Ms. Kelly Mercier phone: 472-5316 office: 721 HaH Mr. Rob Waters contact: Resource center e-mail: [email protected]
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Course Work : Exam 1: 100 pts (Thurs., Sept. 20) Exam 2: 100 pts (Thurs., Oct. 18) Exam 3: 100 pts (Tues., Nov. 20) Final: 200 pts (10am-12pm, Wednesday, Dec. 19) Laboratory: 400 pts (due at end of each lab) Lab Notebook: 100 pts (due at end of semester) Total: 1000 pts Required Items: (i) Chem. 110 is the only prerequisite (ii) Text : "Quantitative Analysis" 7/e Daniel C. Harris, Freeman & Co., New York (iii) Lab Manual : "Laboratory Manual for Quantitative Chemical Analysis", J.D.Carr (2007) (i) Laboratory Notebook : bound (not spiral), use one with grids instead of lined pages for graphs. (vi) Black Sharpie for labeling glassware (vii) Calculator for exams and lab (TI-89 style or a simpler model) (viii) Laptop (optional) to run Excel calculations during lab Homework problem sets will not be collected or graded, but will aid your preparation for the exams. COURSE OUTLINE
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Lecture Topics Date Chapter Topic Problems Aug 28 Chap 0 & 1 Measurement 0-1,5-A,6 & 1-5,7,22,24,26 Aug 30 Chap 2 & 3 Tools 2-D,1,10,15, & 3-A,5,9,11 Sept 4 Chap 3 Error 3-12,13,15,18,21,23 Sept 6 Chap 27 Gravimetry 27-2,3,7,14,18,25,26 Sept 11 Chap 4 Statistics 4-B,E,2,3,6 Sept 13 Chap 4 Statistics (cont) 4-9,11,13,14,15,18,22 Sept 18 Chap 5 Calibration 5-A,B,C,22,23 Sept 20 EXAM 1 Sept 25 Chap 6 Equilibrium (Intro) 6-A,B,G,I,K,1,2,3,5,13 Sept 27 Chap 6 Equilibrium (cont) 6-17,21,37,40,54 Oct 2 Chap 7 Titrations 7-B,C,D,1,2,4,8,11,13 Oct 4 Chap 8 Activity 8-A,C,1,4,8,14 Oct 9 Chap 8 Equilibrium (systematic) 8-F,G, H,10,16 Oct 11 Chap 8 Equilibrium (more) 8-18,8-21,8-23 Oct 16 Chap 8 Equilibrium (even more) 8-26, 28 Oct 18 EXAM 2 Oct 22-23 Fall Break Oct 25 Chap 9 Monoprotic acid/base 9-B,C,G,H,4,6,10,13,19 Oct 30 Chap 9 Monoprotic (again) 9-24,26,27,29,30,36,37 Nov 1 Chap 10 Polyprotic acid/base 10-A,1,2,4,7,9,16,23,29,31,33,38 Nov 6 Chap 11 Acid/base Titrations 11-A,B,F,G,I,3,5,6,7,13,16 Nov 8 Chap 11 Acid/base Titrations (cont) 11-23,27,34,36,45,46,54,64 Nov 13 Chap 12 EDTA Titrations 12-B,2,4,5,6,13,22,28 Nov 15 Chap 14 Electrochemistry 14-B,D,I,2,3,15,18,25,41 Nov 20 EXAM 3 Nov 22-23 Thanksgiving Nov 27 Chap 15 Potentiometry 15-E,6,7,8,10,13,17,23,24 Nov 29 Chap 16 Redox Titrations 16-A,C,1,2,7,14,15,16,24 Dec 4 Chap 18 Spectrophotometry 18-A,C,D,1,6,8,16,18,19 Dec 6 Chap 23 Separations 23-B,1,2,3,29, 44 Dec 11 Chap 23 Separations Dec 13 Chap 24 Gas Chromatography 24-A,B,C Dec 19 FINAL EXAM 10:00-12:00
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Date Experiment Value Aug 27-31 Check-in, Safety, Introduction to Analytical Chemistry 0 Sep 4-7 Statistics (Exp 2) 50 Sep 10-14 Gravimetric Aluminum (Exp 3) 150 Sep 17-21 Gravimetric Aluminum (cont) Sep 24-28 Volumetric Soda Ash (Exp 4) 200 Oct 1-5 Volumetric Soda Ash (cont) Oct 8-12 Titration of Weak Acid & pK Determination (Exp 5) 100 Oct 15-19 Complexometric Titration for Water Hardness (Exp 6) 100 Oct 24-30 Potentiometric Titration of Iron (Exp 7 ) 100 Oct 31-Nov 6 Coulometric Analysis of Vitamin C
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