ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND LABORATORY - ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Academic year
2017/2018 Syllabus of previous years
Official course title
CHIMICA ANALITICA E LABORATORIO - MOD. CHIMICA ANALITICA
Course code
CT0366 (AF:230604 AR:111911)
Modality
On campus classes
ECTS credits
6 out of 12 of ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND LABORATORY
Degree level
Bachelor's Degree Programme
Educational sector code
CHIM/01
Period
1st Semester
Course year
2
Where
VENEZIA
The aim is to give the theoretical bases at the classical and instrumental analytical methodologies to assess the potentiality, the advantages and limits of analytical techniques regularly used for environmental investigations.
Basic skills of general and inorganic chemistry, basic mathematics and the more important mathematic functions.
Measurement Basics: errors in Analytical Chemistry, concept of Cemical equilibrium.
Classical methodologies: gravimetric and volumetric methods. Volumetric titrations.
Spectroscopic methods: Basic concept for the spectroscopic techniques, instrumentation,
Molecular and Atomic Spectroscopy. Introduction to the separation techniques, gas-chromatography and liquid chrnomatography.
Introduction to the Electroanalytical methods, potentiometry, reference and measurement electrodes.
Notes of the lectures.
D.A. Skoog, D.M. West, F.J. Holler e S.R. Crouch Fondameni di Chimica Analitica, Edises.
F.W. Fifield, D. Kealey, Chimica Analitica teoria e pratica, Zanichelli




written and oral
Lecturing and supervised exercises
Italian
Measurement Basics: Signal and noise, detection limit, standardization and calibration, linear dynamic range, sensibility and selectivity.
Introduction to the spectroscopic methods.
Atomic spectroscopy: Atomic Adsorption, Atomic Emission and Atomic fluorescence, theoretical basis, instrumentation.
Molecular spectroscopy: principles, Ultraviolet/Visible Molecular Adsorption Spectrometry, Fluorescence and Posphorescence, theoretical basis, instrumentation.
Separative techniques: the chromatographic process, adsorption and partition chromatography, capacity and selectivity factors, efficiency and resolution in chromatography.
Gas-chromatography- liquid chromatography, instrumentation.
Introduction to the Electroanalytical methods, cell potential, electrode potential.
Equilibrium techniques: potentiometry, reference electrodes, metallic and membrane indicator electrodes, ion selective electrodes, instrumentation.
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