Information sheet ECTS Syllabus
Course syllabus N419A5_4B - Analytical Chemistry I (FCFT - SS 2018/2019)
|University:||Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology|
|Course unit code:||N419A5_4B|
|Course unit title:||Analytical Chemistry I|
|Mode of delivery, planned learning activities and teaching methods:|
|Recommended semester/trimester:||Chemistry, Medical Chemistry and Chemical Materials - bachelor (compulsory), 4. semester|
|Level of study:||1.|
|Prerequisites for registration:||none|
|Learning outcomes of the course unit:|
|Educate students in basic concepts and terms of analytical chemistry, formation and evaluation of analytical signal, analytical chemical measurement, principles of sampling and sample treatment procedures, principles and use of chemical methods as well as analytical methods utilising chemical principles of measuremts, general basis of instrumental analytical methods and electroanalytical methods
|1. Information provided by analytical chemistry, Process of chemical analysis: sampling, sample preparation, analytical measurements, signal recording and evaluation, data evaluation, interpretation of measurements, Metrology in analytical chemistry: signal formation, selection and measurements of analytical signal regarding on analytical problem, measurement traceability (calibration, verification), regression and calibration curves, reference materials, standard sample, standard addition methods, Results of analytical measurements: accuracy, precision, trueness, errors in measurements, uncertainty of measurements, criteria for selection of analytical methods.
2. Sampling, sample treatment and storage: pronciples of sampling, sampling methods, uncertainty of sampling, sample preparation, chemical methods of sample preparation: sample digastion, sample preparation using pre-separation and pre-concentration steps, preliminary testing of inorganic and organic samples.
3. General theory of analytical methods based on chemical reactions, the theory od acid-base, complexation, redox and precipitation equilibria in solutions, strong and weak electrolytes, Qualitative analysis of cations and anions in solutions, selectivity of chemical reactions and interferences.
4. Quantitative analysis using chemical reactions, titrimetric methods of analysis, titration curve, selecting and evaluating the end point, titrations based on acid-base reactions, titrations based on redox reactions, titrations based on complexation reactions, titrations based on precipitation reactions, automation on titrimetry, applications, gravimetry, precipitation gravimetry, precipitation from solutions, working conditions, applications.
5. Qualitative analysis of organic compounds using chemical analytical methods, qualitative and quantitative analysis of elements in organic compounds, determination of functional groups.
6. Analytical methods based on chemical kinetics, rate law of chemical reactions, Sample treatment methods, Liquid-liquid extraction,sorpitve extraction methods (SPE, SPME, SBSE), The utilisation of ionexchange and complexation reactions for selective separation and preconcentration of analyte, Recovery of extraction procedure, equippment.
7. General concept of instrumental analytical methds and metrology for instrumental analytical methods, non-linear calibration, mulitcomponent calibration, optimisation of analytical procedures, sensitivity, selectivity, resolution, robustness and ruggedness of analytical methods.
8. Instrumental analytical methods based on measurements of chemical properties of analyte, Electroanalytical methods: principles, basic concepts of instrumentation, trends and development. Potentiometry in analytical chemistry, ion-selective electrodes.
9. Voltametry, methods and ways to improve signal to noise ration and selectivity, preconcentration of analyte, determination of end point in titrimetry using electrochemical methods, coulmetry, analytical methods based on conductivity measurements, electroanalytical sensors, Electrochemical flow systems.
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|Language of instruction:||slovak or english|
|Assessed students in total: 592|
|Name of lecturer(s):||prof. Ing. Ján Labuda, DrSc. (examiner, lecturer) - slovak, english |
Ing. Jozef Sochr, PhD. (examiner, instructor) - slovak, english
Ing. Agneša Szarka, PhD. (examiner, instructor) - slovak, english
prof. Ing. Ivan Špánik, DrSc. (examiner, lecturer, person responsible for course, tutor) - slovak, english
doc. Ing. Ľubomír Švorc, PhD. (examiner, instructor) - slovak, english
|Last modification:||19. 2. 2018|
|Supervisor:||prof. Ing. Ivan Špánik, DrSc. and programme supervisor|
Last modification made by Ing. Tomáš Molnár on 02/19/2018.