LABORATORY OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY INSTRUMENTAL - MOD.2

Academic year
2017/2018 Syllabus of previous years
Official course title
LABORATORIO DI CHIMICA ANALITICA STRUMENTALE - MOD.2
Course code
CT0018 (AF:230866 AR:112255)
Modality
On campus classes
ECTS credits
0 out of 12 of ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY AND INSTRUMENTAL
Subdivision
Degree level
Bachelor's Degree Programme
Educational sector code
CHIM/01
Period
1st Semester
Course year
2
Where
VENEZIA
The objectives of this laboratory are:
- to introduce the students to the application of the instrumental analytical techniques studied in the theoretical classes;
- to guide the students to data treatment and critical evaluation of the experimental results; develop the students' ability to exploit the potentialities of the studied techniques.
To follow this laboratory course it is necessary to get the approval in the following courses: Mathematics, Inorganic and General Chemistry and lab, Analytical Chemistry and Lab; as well as the frequency to the classes of theory of Instrumental Analytical Chemistry
Experiments by:
- Reverse phase HPLC : f optimisation of a separation procedure of analytes by changing the mobile phase composition (either under isocratic or gradient conditions) and the flux. Quantitative detection of specific compounds in pharmaceutical formulations.
- IC: Detection of anions in natural waters by the use of the ion exchange chromatography
- GC : Gascromatography with detector FID. Determinatino of hydrocarbons with low molecular weight present in waste waters, by applying the internal standard quantification method.
_ Spectrophotometry UV-Vis: determination of nitrite ions in natural waters by applying the Griess method.
Baldo M.A., Moretto L.M., Daniele S. Laboratory notes.

D.A. Skoog, F.J. Holler, S.R. Crouch,Chimica Analitica Strumentale, EdiSES, 2009.
Skoog D.A., West D.M., Holler F.J., Fondamenti di Chimica Analitica, EdiSES, Napoli, 1998
Cozzi R., Prearo P., Ruaro T., Analisi Chimica Strumentale, 2ª ed., Zanichelli, Bologna, 1997.
K.A Rubinson, J.F.Rubinson, Chimica Analitica Strumentale, Zanichelli, 2002.
D.C. Harris, Chimica Analitica Quantitativa, Zanichelli, 2005.
written and oral
The student will be asked to explain in a written report the experimental work performed in the laboratory. Attention will be given to the correct use of the scientific language.
Laboratory classes:
a short introduction is made for illustrating the aim of the experiment (objectives, theoretical bases and software eventually applied); then the experimental work is carried out in small groups, following the procedure proposed in the lecture notes.
At the end of each experiment, the students must prepare a short report on the experiment done, including data treatment and a critical discussion of the results obtained.
Italian
The final evaluation of the laboratory course (modules 1 and 2) is composed by the average of the marks obtained in a written test (only one for the two modules) and the reports of all the exercises.
This evaluation is part of the final mark of the theoretical and experimental course.
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Last update of the programme: 06/03/2017