Gravimetric Analysis
CHM 112/CHM 111
The mass of a product is used to calculate the
quantity of the original analyte (the species
being analyzed).
Determination of Cl- by precipitation with Ag+:
Ag+ + Cl- AgCl(s) The weight of AgCl
produced tells us how
KEY for Thermochemistry Test Study Guide Spring 2013
Test Thursday (05-02-13) RED or Thursday (05-03-13) BLUE
Students were to complete all of the work on separate pieces of paper.
Students were to show a formula, number set-up, and final answer with the
GENERAL, Jessleen C.
ChE 1
Hum16 / A1
Assignment 5 June 15,
2016
TOPIC: IMAGING THE FILIPINO WOMAN MAGNIFICENCE by Estrella D. Alfon
Q: What sensitive theme is presented as the theme of the story?
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Concentration Review Worksheet
1)
2)
If I make a solution by adding 83 grams of sodium hydroxide to 750 mL of
water
a)
What is the molality of sodium hydroxide in this solution?
b)
What is the percent by mass of sodium hydroxide in this solution?
c)
What
Eng. 11
Group Name:
Members:
Online Reading Activity
Date:
Prof. A. Alfaro
Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting:
Importance of paraphrasing, summarizing, and quoting
They provide support to your writing, making your claim stronger.
They provide severa
CHAPTER 15: RIZALS SECOND SOJOURN IN PARIS AND THE UNIVERSAL EXPOSITION OF 1889
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
DIFFICULTY OF FINDING QUARTERS
a. The Universal Exposition of 1889 attracted thousands of tourists; thus, all hotel accommodations were taken
Guidelines for 1st short literary essay
1st semester, SY 2013-2014
Lit 13 R33, R41, M02
Read "Faith, Love, Time, and Dr. Lazaro" by Gregorio Brillantes (in The Distance to Andromeda, 1960 ed.; see Reserve
Section). Write an essay that identifies and elabo
MAPA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND CHEMISTRY (INTRAMUROS)
Mapua shall be among the best universities in the world.
MISSION
a. The institute shall provide a learning environment in order for its students to acquire
the attribut
Nullity of Marriage
1
The Significant Causes of Married Couples Nullity of Marriage are Influenced by
Communication Issues, Incompatibility and Financial Problems.
A Research-based Extended Essay
Presented to:
Prof. Aida M. Alfaro
Mapua Institute of Techn
Names: _
Sec: _
CHE111P
Worksheet 1:_
Units and Dimension
Use dimensional analysis to solve the following:
1. On a recent trip, Jan traveled 260 miles using 8 gallons of gas. How many
miles per 1-gallon did she travel? How many yards per 1-ounce?
2. A cha
MAPA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
SCHOOL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND CHEMISTRY (INTRAMUROS)
VISION
Mapa shall be an international center of excellence in technology education by:
The Mapa Institute of Technology shall be a global center of excellence in educa
Worksheet: Lesson 3.5
Name: _
Remember - Finding a local linear approximation at a given point is finding the equation of the tangent line at
that point.
1. a. Find the local linear approximation of f(x) = x3 2x + 3 at the point where x = 2.
b. Use your a
Exercise No. 2
Evaluation of Analytical Data
Exercise No. 2
EVALUATION OF ANALYTICAL DATA
Objectives
1.
2.
To characterize measurements and results
To characterize measurement errors
Concepts
Errors in Analytical Measurements
All measurement processes are
Exercise No. 1
Basic Operations of Analytical Chemistry
Exercise No. 1
BASIC OPERATIONS OF ANALYTICAL
CHEMISTRY
Objectives
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
To
To
To
To
To
To
know the basic operation of analytical balance
be able to measure substances quantitatively usin
Module 1
Dr. Kathlia De Castro-Cruz
kadecastro-cruz
Analytical Chemistry Laboratory 1
1
Contents
1
2
Course Evaluation and Course Policies
3
Chemicals, Apparatus and Unit Operations
of Analytical Chemistry
4
kadecastro-cruz
Course Objectives, Outcomes and
Analytical
Separations
Dr. Kathlia A. De Castro-Cruz
Interferences
Substance that affects the analytical
signal or the background
Foreign species that either attenuate
the signal from the analyte or produce
a signal that is indistinguishable from
that o
Sampling, Calibration
and Standardization
Dr. Kathlia A. De Castro-Cruz
Analytical Chemistry 1
kadecastro-cruz
Sampling, Calibration and Standardization
1
Analytical Strategy
Obtain
Sample
(1)
Calculate
and report
the results
(5)
General Analytical
Strate
Learning Group Problem 3
Electrochemistry and its Applications
Solve and discuss the following problems by group. Be able to write your solutions systematically.
1.
What are the anodic, cathodic, and overall reactions responsible for the potential in the
Experiment No. 4
Potentiometric Applications
Experiment No. 4
Potentiometric Applications
Objectives
1.
2.
3.
4.
To determine the ionization constant of unknown acid using Potentiometry.
To determine the equivalence point using various graphical methods.
Experiment No. 3
Application of Tritrimetric Analysis
Experiment No. 3
Application of Titrimetric Analysis
Objectives
1.
2.
To prepare standard solutions for various type of titration.
To determine the amount of unknown from a sample using various titrime
Experiment No. 2
Acid-Base Titration
Experiment No. 2
Acid-Base Titration: Standardization
and Titrimetric Analysis
Objectives
1.
2.
To prepare standard solutions for titration.
To determine the amount of unknown from a sample using titrimetric analysis
R
Experiment No. 1
Gravimetric Analysis
Experiment No. 1
GRAVIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF
CALCIUM
Objectives
1.
2.
To know the procedure for gravimetric methods of analysis.
To determine the weight of Ca in the calcium oxalate dihydrate [CaC2O4 2H2O] unknown sa
Experiment No. 6
Infrared Spectroscopy: An Application
Experiment No.6
INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY: AN
APPLICATION
Objectives
1.
2.
3.
To introduce infrared spectrometer as an analytical tool in description and possible identification of
unknown material.
To kn
Experiment No. 5
Spectrophotometric Determination of Phosphate in Detergent
Experiment No. 3
SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION
OF PHOSPHATE IN DETERGENT
Objectives
1.
To apply spectrophotometric technique in determining the amount of phosphate in detergent
is solution is used to determine
Abs = 0.02 + 0.72(ppm P2O5)
he sample.
ank for this procedure?
A sample of Crystal Pepsi, analyzed as described here,
Learning Group Problem 4
Spectroscopy and Analytical Separations
added to prevent the
yields an absorban