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Introduction to Analytical Chemistry. Dr Carl Hall X1/12 c.e.hall@hud.ac.uk. SFC1004 Analytical Science 1. Module Outline. 24 Lectures Tuesdays 11.15 - 12.15 Autumn Term - Carl Hall Spring Term - Richard Southam 24 Tutorials Tuesdays 12.15 - 1.15 6 four hour labs

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Introduction to Analytical Chemistry

Dr Carl Hall X1/12

c.e.hall@hud.ac.uk

SFC1004

Analytical Science 1


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Module Outline

  • 24 Lectures

    • Tuesdays 11.15 - 12.15

      • Autumn Term - Carl Hall

      • Spring Term - Richard Southam

  • 24 Tutorials

    • Tuesdays 12.15 - 1.15

  • 6 four hour labs

    • Last six weeks of Spring term


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Module Outline

  • Lectures

    • The PowerPoint lecture material is only the outline of the course

      YOU NEED TO MAKE YOUR OWN NOTES AS WELL!

    • Handouts will be available at beginning of lecture.

    • The lecture material is also available from the Universities Blackboard website at http://vitual.hud.ac.uk.

http://www.hud.ac.uk

http://icilda.hud.ac.uk/?bbatt=Y


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Assessment Profile

  • Continuous Assessment - 35%

    • Tutorials in Autumn term - 10 minute MCQ tests based on selected tutorial questions.

      • Weekly feedback for students

      • Identifies strengths and weaknesses

      • Ensures that tutorial work is completed

      • Removes the need for additional assessments

  • Practicals - 25%

  • Exam - 40%

    • 2 x 1 hour tests in weeks 16 and 31


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Outline Syllabus

  • Quantitative Analysis

    • Types of method

    • Units

  • Data Handling

    • Significant figures

    • Origin of errors

    • Estimation of uncertainty

    • Accuracy and Precision

    • Basic Statistics

    • Data presentation


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    Outline Syllabus

    • Titrimetric analysis

    • Gravimetric analysis

    • Colorimetric analysis

    • Spectroscopic Analysis

      • Infra-red - ir

      • UV visible


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    References

    • Quantitative Chemical Analysis

      • Daniel Harris - 6th Edition - 2002

        • Supporting material available on website

    • Exploring Chemical Analysis

      • Daniel Harris - 2nd Edition - 2001

    • Analytical Chemistry - An Introduction

      • Skoog, West, Holler and Crouch - 7th Edition - 2000

    • Quantitative Chemical Analysis

      • Vogel - 6th Edition


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    References

    • Introduction to Spectroscopy

      • Pavia, Lampman and Kriz - 2nd Edition - 1996

    • The Molecular World - Separation, Purification and Identification

      • Lesley Smart - 2002

    • Spectroscopic Methods in Organic Chemistry

      • Dudley Williams and Ian Fleming - 5th Edition -1995