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Unformatted text preview: alysis" Laboratory Manual (buy from the University Book Store) CLASS WEBSITE http://depts.washington.edu/chem/courses/index.html Chem 321 Spring 2014 Primary Course Objective: "Applying knowledge gained in general chemistry using analytical methodology to carefully make accurate and precise chemical measurements of analytes (chemical species of interest) in samples, and to do so with skill and confidence." 1 LECTURE TOPICS Part 1 Introduction to Analytical Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis (textbook, Chapters 1,2) Gravimetric Analysis, Precipitation, Solubility (Chapter 10, with Chapter 6 review) Volumetric Analysis ‐ Titrations (Chapter 5) Acid‐Base Equilibria, pH Calculation, Buffers, Titrations (Chapters...
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