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Feb04_2005_2pp - February 4 2005 Reminder Exam#1 Feb 16th...

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1 February 4, 2005 ¾ Reminder: Exam #1, Feb. 16 th at 7pm! ¾ Info page will be posted early next week ¾ Email me next week if you have a conflict with the time ¾ Error! Error! Error! ¾ Did you find the error in the EChem assigned reading? (one of your classmates did – thanks!) Electroanalytical Chemistry Chem 221 Instrumental Analysis Spring 2005
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Overview/Background ± Based on electrochemical basics that were covered in Intro Chem ¾ How can we apply those principles to chemical analysis ? ¾ Recall the general area: Redox Chemistry ¾ electron transfer reactions ¾ Measure either: ¾ Potential for a reaction to occur ¾ Extent or Progress of a reaction that has been induced How are these related to analyte concentration? 4 Electrochemical Cells ± Galvanic Cells -no external source -measure potential for analyte to react - no current flows (reaction is not allowed to occur) - Voltage is measured ( Potentiometry ) How is cell potential related to analyte concentration ? The Nernst Equation
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