Theory: fundamentals of traditional and instrumental analytical techniques for quantitative determination of pharmaceutical substances and contaminants.
Laboratory: practice of the chemical analytical techniques described in the theoretical part. The chemical techniques include volumetric analyses realised by: acid and base neutralization, precipitimetric titrations, redox titrations, complexometric titrations. The instrumental techniques include quantitative analyses employing: potentiometry, spectroscopy (UV-VIS), analytical separations (GC, HPLC, CE). The applied part consists of 23 practical exercises of the European Pharmacopeia.