Critical discussion on written reports on laboratory experiences.
The aim of the course is to provide to the Student the necessary competences of instrumetal and non-instrumetal chemical analysis. At the end of the course the Student will acquire theoretical and practical knowledge about the planning and execution of operational phases required by an analytical process and some analytical techniques.
-Phases of an analytical process
-Chemical concentrations of solutions
-Experimental errors and their theoretical and statistic treatments
Holler, Crouch, Fondamenti di chimica analitica di Skoog & West, EdiSES
Harris, Chimica analitica quantitativa, Zanichelli
Slides and supplementary lecture notes.
Lectures (40 hours) and Labs (8 hours). Lectures with the aid of supplementary material to the textbooks (slides), quantitative analysis of different analytes in real samples through the techniques described in the course.
The integrative material used during the course will be shared with the Students.
If there are some limitations to these teaching approach, the lessons can be delivered remotely o in a mixed mode.
1) Readiness to offer individual assistance also in English language to incoming students through appointment fixed by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2) Availability of supporting material and bibliographic references also in english language.
List: David Hardey, Modern Analytical Chemistry, McGraw-Hill
3) Readiness to accept examination of incoming students also in a foreign language (English)
4) As estabilished in the document "Manifesto degli Studi", the course attendance is mandatory (https://www.dcf.uniss.it/it/didattica/corsi-di-studio/chimica)