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Unformatted text preview: 1 Introduction: Analytical Chemistry 10/14/2008 2 Instrumental Chemical Analysis . Electrochemical Methods of Analysis . Molecular Spectroscopy . Atomic Spectroscopy . Introduction to Separation and Chromatography 5. Gas Chromatography and Liquid Chromatography 3 Course Contents Introduction: Analytical Chemistry 2-3 Data Handling Significant Figures Types of errors Confidence intervals The F-test The Q-test Least square 4 1. Electrochemical Methods of Analysis 8 ♦ Classification of the Methods ♦ Controlling and Measuring current and potential ♦ Potentiometric methods: ◊ Potentiometric (Galvanic) electrochemical cell ◊ Cell notation for electrochemical cell ◊ Nernst equation ◊ Liquid junction potential ◊ Reference electrodes ◊ Quantitative applications ♦ Voltammetry ◊ Voltammetric (Electrolytic) electrochemical cell ◊ Voltammetric measurements ◊ Current in voltammetry ◊ Voltammetric techniques: polarography, stripping analysis, amperometry ◊ Analytical applications 5 2. Molecular Spectrophotometry 5 ♦ Properties of light ♦ Electromagnetic radiation and electromagnetic spectrum ♦ Absorption of light ♦ Beer’s law ♦ Limitation of Beer’s law ♦ Absorption of light by molecules ♦ Instrumentation: Spectrophotometer ♦ Applications: individual species and mixtures ♦ Spectrophotometric titration 6 3. Atomic Spectroscopy 6 ♦ Atomic Spectra: emission and absorption spectra ♦ Atomic spectroscopy based upon flame atomization...
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