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Analytical Chemistry

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Neil Fitzgerald

on 24 August 2018

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Analytical Chemistry
Leaning Objectives:
Understand the concepts of standards, standardization, and calibration
Understand different standardization methods, when it is appropriate to use them, how to calculate an unknown concentration
Understand the basics of regression analysis and how to calculate uncertainty from a regression analysis
Know types of blank correction

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Chapter 5: Calibrations, Standardizations, and Blank Corrections
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Be able to calculate appropriate measurements of the central tendency and spread of data
Understand sources and types of error
Be able to perform propagation of uncertainty calculations
Be able to perform common significance tests
Be able to calculate limit of detection and quantitation

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Chapter 4: Evaluating Analytical Data
Learning Objectives:
Understand the vocabulary of analytical chemistry
Know the criteria that need to be considered when selecting an analytical method
Understand some considerations necessary for developing a procedure or proocol

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Chapter 3: The Language of Analytical Chemistry
Learning Objectives:
Be familiar with SI units and significant figures
Be familiar with laboratory equipment and correct use
Know concentration units and how to convert between them
Be able to perform stoichiometry and dilution calculations

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Chapter 2: Basic Tools of Analytical Chemistry
Learning Objectives:
Understand what analytical chemistry do and where they work
Know the analytical process
Know the difference between qualitative, quantitative, and fundamental analysis

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Chapter 1: Introduction
Learning objectives:
Know the basics of designing a sampling plan
Be able to calculate mass and number of samples
Understand some general theory of separations
Be able to classify separation techniques
Be able to calculate separation efficiency for liquid-liquid extraction

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Chapter 7: Collecting and Preparing Samples
Learning Objectives:
Understand the theory of equilibrium chemistry
Be familiar with ladder diagrams
Be able to solve equilibrium problems including buffer solutions
Understand activity effects

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Chapter 6: Equilibrium Chemistry
The Basics
Non-Instrumental Methods
Instrumental Methods
Additional Topics
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Chapter 8: Gravimetric Methods
Learning Objectives:
Know the types of gravimetric methods
Know the steps for performing precipitation gravimetry
Be able to calculate the concentration or amount of analyte from a gravimetric analysis

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Chapter 9: Titrimetric Methods
Learning Objectives:
Know the common components of a volumetric method
Understanding the different types of titration
Be able to calculate points of a titration curve
Be able to calculate analyte concentration based on titration results
Be able to select an appropriate indicator

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Chapter 10: Spectroscopic Methods
Learning Objectives:
Understand basic spectroscopy theory
Understand how radiation can interact with matter
Know the basic component of a spectrometer
Understand the theory of major spectrometric techniques and when they are used

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Email: neil.fitzgerald@marist.edu
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Textbook: http://dpuadweb.depauw.edu/harvey_web/eTextProject/version_2.1.html
Online homework (course name "Marist College - CHEM 355 - Fall18 - FITZGERALD" : http://www.saplinglearning.com
Chapter 12: Chromatography and Electophoresis
Learning objectives:
Know the basic theory of chromatography and how to calculate
Understand the theory of band broadening and how to optimize a separation
Know the instrument components of GC, HPLC and CE
Understand electrophoretic and chromatographic methods and when to apply them

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Electrochemical Methods
Leaning Objectives:
Understand the theory of coulometry, potentiometry and voltammetry
Know how electrochemical cells work
Understand how potentials are produced at an electrode surface and junctions
Be able to conduct basic electrochemical calculations
Know appropriate applications and type of information available from different techniques

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