ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND LABORATORY OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
cod. 1004690

Academic year 2016/17
1° year of course - Second semester
Professor
MUCCHINO Claudio
Academic discipline
Chimica analitica (CHIM/01)
Field
Discipline chimiche analitiche e ambientali
Type of training activity
Characterising
62 hours
of face-to-face activities
6 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit
in ITALIAN

Learning objectives

to provide the basic concept of the classical chemical analysis to the first year students

Prerequisites

Knowledge of General ad Inorganic Chemistry (1st year 1st semester)

Course unit content

Analytical principles of thermodynamics of the chemical
equilibria, homogeneous and heterogeneous equilibria, distribution functions,
calculations about equilibrium concentrations. Activity and concentration.
Solubility of ionic compounds, solubility product, effect of the common ion.
Fractioned precipitation by pH control. Partitioning equilibria. Analytical
principles of redox equilibria, potentials of the galvanic cells. Complex formation equilibria,
chelates, distribution diagrams for complexation equilibria. Interaction between
solubility, protonation, complexation, redox and partitioning equilibria.
Applications in the recognition and separation of cations and anions, reactivity
tests in the classical qualitative analysis. Principles of quantitative analysis.
Principles and applications of volumetric analysis. Acid-base titrations,
precipitation titrations, redox titrations, complexometric titrations. Principles
and applications of gravimetric analysis.
Laboratory practical activities

Full programme

Analytical principles of thermodynamics of the chemical
equilibria, homogeneous and heterogeneous equilibria, distribution
functions,
calculations about equilibrium concentrations. Activity and concentration.
Solubility of ionic compounds, solubility product, effect of the common
ion.
Fractioned precipitation by pH control. Partitioning equilibria. Analytical
principles of redox equilibria, potentials of the galvanic cells. Complex
formation equilibria,
chelates, distribution diagrams for complexation equilibria. Interaction
between
solubility, protonation, complexation, redox and partitioning equilibria.
Applications in the recognition and separation of cations and anions,
reactivity
tests in the classical qualitative analysis. Principles of quantitative
analysis.
Principles and applications of volumetric analysis. Acid-base titrations,
precipitation titrations, redox titrations, complexometric titrations.
Laboratory practical activities

Bibliography

D.S. Hage, J.D. Carr - Chimica Analitica e Analisi Quantitativa, Piccin Editore

D.A. Skoog, D.M. West, F.J. Holler, Fondamenti di Chimica Analitica EdiSES, Napoli

D.C. Harris, Chimica Analitica Quantitativa Seconda Edizione, Zanichelli, Bologna

Exercises texbook:

S. ARANEO - Esercizi per la Chimica Analitica, Società Editrice Esculapio

Teaching methods

lectures and exercises (4.5 credits);
laboratory activities (1.5 credits)

Assessment methods and criteria

written and verbal examination

Other information

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