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CH345 Agenda

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    Unit 1( Analytical Chemistry , Evaluating Data, Equilibrium Chemistry)

    Unit 2 (Sampling, Gravimetric, Titrimetric, Spectroscopic, and Electrochemical Methods)

    Unit 3 ( Chromatographic, Electrophoretic, and Kinetic Methods, Standard Methods and Quality Assurance)

    Lecture 1
    Lecture 2
    Lecture 3
    Lecture 4
    Lecture 5
    Lecture 6
    Lecture 7
    Lecture 8
    Lecture 9
    Lecture 10
    Lecture 11
    Lecture 12
    Lecture 13
    Lecture 14
    Lecture 15
    Exam I
    Lecture 16
    Lecture 17
    Lecture 18
    Lecture 19
    Lecture 20
    Lecture 21
    Lecture 22
    Lecture 23
    Lecture 24
    Lecture 25
    Lecture 26
    Lecture 27
    Lecture 28
    Lecture 29
    Lecture 30
    Exam II
    Lecture 31
    Lecture 32
    Lecture 33
    Lecture 34
    Lecture 35
    Lecture 36
    Lecture 37
    Lecture 38
    Lecture 39
    Lecture 40
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    Lecture 42
    Lecture 43
    Lecture 44
    Lecture 45
    Final Exam

     

    Lecture 1

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    1.1: What is Analytical Chemistry

    1.2: The Analytical Perspective

    1.3: Common Analytical Problems

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    Lecture 2

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    2.1: Measurements in Analytical Chemistry
    2.2: Concentration
    2.3: Stoichiometric Calculations
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    2.4: Basic Equipment

    2.5: Preparing Solutions

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    2.6: Spreadsheets and Computational Software

    3.1: Analysis, Determination, and Measurement

    3.2: Techniques, Methods, Procedures, and Protocols


     
       

     

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    3.3: Classifying Analytical Techniques

    3.4: Selecting an Analytical Method

    3.5: Developing the Procedure

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    3.6: Protocols

    3.7: The Importance of Analytical Methodology

       

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    4.1: Characterizing Measurements and Results

    4.2: Characterizing Experimental Errors

    4.3: Propagation of Uncertainty

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    4.4: The Distribution of Measurements and Results

    4.5: Statistical Analysis of Data

    4.6: Statistical Methods for Normal Distributions

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    4.7: Detection Limits

    4.8: Using Excel and R to Analyze Data

       

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    5.1: Analytical Signals

    5.2: Calibrating the Signal

    5.3: Determining the Sensitivity

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    5.4: Linear Regression and Calibration Curves

    5.5: Compensating for the Reagent Blank

    5.6: Using Excel and R for a Linear Regression

       

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    6.1: Reversible Reactions and Chemical Equilibria

    6.2: Thermodynamics and Equilibrium Chemistry

    6.3: Manipulating Equilibrium Constants

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    6.4: Equilibrium Constants for Chemical Reactions

    6.5: Le Châtelier’s Principle

    6.6: Ladder Diagrams

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    6.7: Solving Equilibrium Problems

    6.8: Buffer Solutions

    6.9: Activity Effects

    6.10: Using Excel and R to Solve Equilibrium Problems

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    7.1: The Importance of Sampling

    7.2: Designing a Sampling Plan

    7.3: Implementing the Sampling Plan

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    7.4: Separating the Analyte From Interferents

    7.5: General Theory of Separation Efficiency

    7.6: Classifying Separation Techniques

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    7.7: Liquid-Liquid Extractions

    7.8: Separation Versus Preconcentration

    8.1: Overview of Gravimetric Methods

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    8.2: Precipitation Gravimetry

    8.3: Volatilization Gravimetry

    8.4: Particulate Gravimetry

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    9.1: Overview of Titrimetry

    9.2: Acid–Base Titrations

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    9.3: Complexation Titrations

    9.4: Redox Titrations

    9.5: Precipitation Titrations

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    10.1: Overview of Spectroscopy

    10.2: Spectroscopy Based on Absorption

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    10.03: UV

    10.3: UV/Vis and IR Spectroscopy

       

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    10.4: Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy

    10.5: Emission Spectroscopy

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    10.6: Photoluminescent Spectroscopy

    10.7: Atomic Emission Spectroscopy

    10.8: Spectroscopy Based on Scattering

     

       

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    11.1: Overview of Electrochemistry

    11.2: Potentiometric Methods

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    11.3: Coulometric Methods

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    11.4: Voltammetric and Amperometric Methods

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    12.1: Overview of Analytical Separations

    12.2: General Theory of Column Chromatography

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    12.3: Optimizing Chromatographic Separations

    12.4: Gas Chromatography

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    12.5: High-Performance Liquid Chromatography

     

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    12.5: High-Performance Liquid Chromatography

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    12.6: Other Forms of Chromatography

    12.7: Electrophoresis

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    13.1: Kinetic Techniques versus Equilibrium Techniques

    13.2: Chemical Kinetics

       

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    13.3: Radiochemistry

    13.4: Flow Injection Analysis

       

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    14.1: Optimizing the Experimental Procedure

       
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    14.2: Verifying the Method

       

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    14.3: Validating the Method as a Standard Method

    14.4: Using Excel and R for an Analysis of Variance

       

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    15.1: The Analytical Perspective Revisited

    15.2: Quality Control

       

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    15.3: Quality Assessment

    15.4: Evaluating Quality Assurance Data

       

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