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CHE 201 - Analytical Chemistry


4 Hour(s)
This course introduces students to the theory and practice of chemical analysis. The principles of titrimetric, spectroscopic, chromatographic and electrochemical methods are examined in terms of chemical equilibrium theory. Topics discussed include ionic equilibrium, gravimetric analysis, solubility/precipitation, acid-base titrations, complexation, potentiometry, UV-visible and atomic absorption spectrophotometry, and gas and liquid chromatography. Laboratory experiments are designed to illustrate the chemical principles discussed in class and to provide hands-on experience with modern analytical methods and instrumentation.

Four hours of lecture/discussion and one three-hour laboratory.
(Required course fee)
FA
Prerequisite(s): CHE 110 /CHE 110L 



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