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    Iona College
   
 
  Dec 11, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CHM 222 - Analytical Chemistry


Analytical Chemistry is an indispensable tool in all phases of chemically related research and provides an invaluable function to the advancement of many sciences. Analytical Chemistry is one semester introductory course designed to equip students with the fundamental skills of basic analytical chemistry and instrumentation that can be transferred to various other disciplines in science. This course introduces the principles of chemistry applied to the separation, detection, identification, and quantification of samples of matter. Topics include statistics of analytical chemistry, qualitative and quantitative analysis with examples from classical methods of gravimetric and volumetric af analysis, concepts of acid base, redox, precipitation, electrochemical behavior, titrimetric, spectrophotometric, and chromatographic analysis. The laboratory experiments are composed of several mini projects, which are aimed to provide an organized principle more efficiently to the students. The sequence of laboratories is organized to deal with more interesting real world samples with biological and environmental perspective. This course is designed for both students majoring in chemistry and non chemistry disciplines such as the biological and environmental sciences.
Lecture
3 Credits
Prerequisite: CHM 110