Analytical Chemistry B Laboratory
|Course ID:||1200-1CHANALBL3||Erasmus code / ISCED:||13.3 / (0531) Chemistry|
|Course title:||Analytical Chemistry B Laboratory||Name in Polish:||Chemia analityczna B - laboratorium|
|Department:||Faculty of Chemistry|
(in Polish) Przedmioty minimum programowego - zamienniki dla studentów 3-go semestru (S1-CH)
|ECTS credit allocation (and other scores):||5.00|
|Type of course:||
Chemical properties of elements and their compounds. Equilibrium of chemical reactions: acid-base, precipitation, reduction and oxidation, complex formation. Equilibrium constant. Recommended courses – Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry.
(in Polish) w sali
The aim of laboratory is to present classic methods of quantitative analysis applied in practice in many laboratories among other connected with environmental protection. Individually performed titrations based on: acid-base, precipitation, reduction and oxidation, complex formation reactions. The manual experience acquired is essential in laboratory work for every chemist.
Laboratory is accurately connected with laboratory „Instrumental Analysis” performed during IV semester.
All students have to perform preliminary exercises:
• Bases of laboratory technique: reliable measurement of liquide volume, heating of solutions, precipitation, filtering and precipitate washing and ignition, titration technique, forms of laboratory notebook.
• Calibration of volumetric glassware: flask and pipet
• Manipulation associated with weighting - weighting of Na2CO3
Students implementing level B have to perform following exercises:
• Preparation of 0.2 mol/l HCl and its standaridization using weighted Na2CO3. Determination of NaOH.
• pH-metric titrimetric determination of CO3 2- i HCO3- using standard HCl solution. Calculation of CO3 2- i HCO3- content using titration curves.
Preparation of 0.05 mol/l AgNO3 solution using dried salt. Titration of Cl- ions by Mohr method.
• Indirect manganometric determination of calcium. Precipitation of CaC2O4 and its dissolution in H2SO4 solution. Titration of C2O4 2-ions with standard solution of KMnO4.
• Preparation of 0.05 mol/l EDTA solution and its standardization using ZnO. Volumetric determination of the mixture Ca2+ and Mg2+ions.
1. Analytical prescriptions
2. A. Cygański „ Chemiczne metody analizy ilościowej”, WNT, 1992.
3. A. Cygański „ Metody elektroanalityczne”, WNT, 1991.
4. J. Minczewski, Z. Marczenko „Chemia Analityczna”, PWN, 1985.
5. A. Hulanicki „ Reakcje kwasów i zasad w chemii analitycznej”, PWN, 1979.
6. Lecture “Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry”
Knowledge: Student will know:
• fundamental components of matter and properties of chemical elements,
• fundamental chemical principles and nomenclature, notation of course of chemical reactions and essential mathematical concepts,
• fundaments of analytical chemistry in the fields of quantitative analysis and inorganic chemistry,
• fundamental rules of occupational safety and health enough to laboratory work practice,
• ethic rules and standards connected with scientific and educational activities.
Competences: student will be able to apply:
• chemical laws in selected chemical problems,
• differential calculus methods to solve chemical problems,
and will be able:
• to carry out quantitative analysis of inorganic substances,
• to design and carry out experiments and their critical evaluation,
• to obey ethic rules and standards connected with scientific and educational activities.
Social competences: Student will behave professionally, respect ethic rules, develop professional and individual competences, and will be able to responsibly operate in a team
|Assessment methods and assessment criteria:||
Final grade consists of:
- theoretical part (five short tests allowing the performance of laboratory exercises),
- practical part (obtained results of determinations)
Two absences are allowed.
Does not concern
Classes in period "Winter semester 2020/21" (past)
|Time span:||2020-10-01 - 2021-01-31||
see course schedule
|Type of class:||
Lab, 60 hours more information
|Group instructors:||Ewa Biaduń, Alicja Drwal, Krzysztof Drwal, Agata Kowalczyk, Joanna Kowalska, Iwona Rutkowska, Monika Sadowska, Elżbieta Wagner-Czauderna|
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