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CHEM108: Analytical Chemistry

Unit 1: Introduction   The first section of this unit is a review of general chemistry.  We then move into anintroduction to analytical chemistry by introducing basic terms.  Because analytic chemistry involves the study of measuring the chemical composition of materials, methods of data analysis that will be used throughout the courseare explained.  The unit concludes with an explanation of gravimetric and titrimetric methods which are commonly utilized in analysis. 

Unit 1 Time Advisory
This unit will take approximately 30.5 hours to complete.

☐    Subunit 1.1: 0.5 hours

☐    Subunit 1.2: 2.5 hours

☐    Subunit 1.3: 4.0 hours

☐    Subunit 1.4: 2.5 hours

☐    Subunit 1.5: 5.0 hours

☐    Subunit 1.6: 16.0 hours

☐    Sub-subunit 1.6.1: 7.0 hours

☐    Sub-subunit 1.6.2: 2.5 hours

☐    Sub-subunit 1.6.3: 3.5 hours

☐    Sub-subunit 1.6.4: 3.0 hours

Unit1 Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this unit, the student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a mastery of expressing chemical concentrations in units of molarity, molality, percent composition, parts per million, and parts per billion.
  • Understand how to prepare dilute samples of various concentrations from a stock solution.
  • Use primary and secondary standards when calibrating for an experiment
  • Construct a linear regression line from experimental data.
  • Determine which technique to use based on an understanding of experimental parameters.
  • Define and apply gravimetric analysis methods.
  • Recognize and use the different types of titrimetric analysis methods (acid-base, complexation, redox, and precipitation).

1.1 Stoichiometry   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 2, Section 2C: Stoichiometric Calculations” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 2, Section 2C: Stoichiometric Calculations(PDF)

 Instructions:  Click on the link to Chapter 2 to open the PDF. 
Read Section 2C, starting on page 23 of the text.  This material is
a review of stoichiometry from general chemistry.  Please note that
you will be returning to this chapter for reading material as you
move through the course, so you may choose to save this to your
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  • Assessment: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 2: Basic Tools of Analytical Chemistry” Practice Exercise 2.4 Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 2: Basic Tools of Analytical Chemistry” Practice Exercise 2.4 (PDF)

    Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 2 to open the PDF.  Work through practice exercise 2.4 on page 24.  The solution to the problem is on page 39. 

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1.2 Units of Concentration   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 2, Section 2B: Concentration” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 2, Section 2B: Concentration (PDF)

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1.2.1 Molarity   - Web Media: YouTube: Bannanaiscool’s “Solutions IV: Calculating Molarity” Link: YouTube: Bannanaiscool’s “Solutions IV: Calculating Molarity” (YouTube)

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what you read about molarity.  

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1.2.2 Molality   - Reading: Connexions: Sunil Kumar Singh’s “Stoichiometry”: “Molal Concentration” Link: Connexions: Sunil Kumar Singh’s “Stoichiometry”: “Molal Concentration” (PDF)

 Instructions: Read the entire webpage to learn about molal
concentration, and work through the examples given.  Try to work
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1.2.3 Percent Concentrations   - Reading: Connexions: Sunil Kumar Singh’s “Stoichiometry”: “Molar Concentration” Link: Connexions: Sunil Kumar Singh’s “Stoichiometry”: “Molar Concentration” (PDF)

 Instructions: Read the entire webpage to learn about molar
concentration, and work through the examples given.  Try to work
through the problem for each example before viewing the solution. 
This material also reinforces the topic outlined in subunit 1.2.1 of
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1.2.4 Parts per Billion and Parts per Million   - Reading: Professor Stephen Lower’s Chem1 Virtual Textbook: “Solutions 1” Link: Professor Stephen Lower’s Chem1 Virtual Textbook: “Solutions 1” (PDF)

 Instructions: Focus on the sections concerning “Parts per
Concentration” and “Dilution Calculations.”  Also, review the
material pertaining to percent concentrations, molarity, and
molality.  This reading also covers the topic outlined in subunit
1.2.5 of this course.   

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1.2.5 Stock Solutions and Dilutions   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 2, Section 2E: Concentration” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 2, Section 2E: Concentration” (PDF)

 Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 2 to open the PDF.  Read
section 2E, starting on page 30 of the text.  This material explains
the preparation of stock solutions and the process of diluting stock
solutions for sample preparation.      

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1.3 Sampling of Analyte   1.3.1 Preparation of Sample   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5, Section 5A: Analytical Standards” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5, Section 5A: Analytical Standards” (PDF)

 Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 5 to open the PDF.  Read
Section 5A (pages 154 and 155).  The material on serial dilution is
a review of material from 1.2.5.  You may choose to save this file
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1.3.1.1 Primary and Secondary Standards   1.3.1.2 Serial Dilution   1.3.2 Calibration   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5, Section 5C: Determining the Sensitivity (kA)” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5, Section 5C: Determining the Sensitivity (kA)” (PDF)

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Section 5C (pages 156-170).  Please note that *standards* can be
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instrument response as part of the *experimental* *procedure*.  You
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    Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 5 to open the PDF.  Work through practice problems 5.1 (p. 160), 5.2 (p. 166), and 5.3 (p. 167).  Solutions to the problems begin on page 202.

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1.3.2.1 Using an External Standard   1.3.2.2 Method of Standard Addition   1.3.2.3 Using an Internal Standard   1.3.2.4 Blank Corrections   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5, Section 5E: Blank Corrections” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5, Section 5E: Blank Corrections” (PDF)

 Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 5 to open the PDF.  Read
Section 5E (pages 186–188).  Please note that *standards* can be
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1.3.3 Linear Regression from Data   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5, Section 5D: Linear Regression and Calibration Curves” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5, Section 5D: Linear Regression and Calibration Curves” (PDF)

 Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 5 to open the PDF.  Read
Section 5D (pages 170–186).  Please note that, while not covered as
part of this course, Section 5F of the text describes how to use
Microsoft® Excel for these types of calculations.  Optionally, you
may review Section 5F (pages 188–196).  You may choose to save this
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  • Assessment: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5: Standardizing Analytical Methods” Practice Exercise 5.5 Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5: Standardizing Analytical Methods” Practice Exercise 5.5 (PDF)
     
    Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 5 to open the PDF.  Work through practice problem 5.5 (p. 182).  The solution to this problem is found on page 206.

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1.4 Parameters of Analytical Measurement   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 3, Section 3D: Selecting an Analytical Method” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 3, Section 3D: Selecting an Analytical Method” (PDF)

 Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 3 to open the PDF.  Read
section 3D, starting on page 45 of the text.  This material covers
the topics outlined in sub-subunits 1.4.1–1.4.5.  Please review the
additional reading in these sub-subunits as supplemental text.  The
characteristics described are considered when selecting an
analytical method.  You may choose to save this file to your desktop
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1.4.1 Accuracy and Precision   1.4.2 Sensitivity   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5, Section 5C: Determining the Sensitivity (kA)” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 5, Section 5C: Determining the Sensitivity (kA)” (PDF)

 Instructions:  Click on the link to Chapter 5 to open the PDF. 
Read section 5C, starting on page 156 of the text.     

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1.4.3 Specificity and Selectivity   1.4.4 Detection Limit   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 4, Section 4G: Detection Limits” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 4, Section 4G: Detection Limits” (PDF)

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1.4.5 Other Considerations   1.4.5.1 Robustness and Ruggedness   1.4.5.2 Scale of Operation   1.4.5.3 Equipment, Time, and Cost   1.5 Gravimetric Analysis   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 8: Gravimetric Methods” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 8: Gravimetric Methods” (PDF)

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    Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 8 to open the PDF.  Work through practice exercises 8.1 (p. 361), 8.2 (p. 376), 8.3 (p. 378), 8.4 (p. 379), 8.5 (p. 381), 8.6 (p. 383), and 8.7 (p. 389).  Solutions to the problems begin on page 405. 

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1.6 Titrimetric Analysis   1.6.1 Acid-Base Titrations   - Web Media: YouTube: Bannanaiscool’s “Senior Chemistry: Acids and Bases I-XV” Link: YouTube: Bannanaiscool’s “Senior Chemistry: Acids and Bases I-XV” (YouTube)

 Instructions: Watch the video in its entirety (total runtime: 78:55
minutes). These lectures review acid-base chemistry and
calculations.   

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    Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 9 to open the PDF.  Read section 9B, starting on page 417 of the text.  You may choose to save this file to your desktop for easy access.

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    Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 9 to open the PDF.  Work through practice exercises 9.1 (p. 419), 9.2 (p. 422), 9.3 (p. 425), 9.4 (p. 426), 9.5 (p. 430), 9.6 (p. 446), 9.7 (p. 447), 9.8 (p.  448), 9.9 (p. 450), 9.10 (p. 452), and 9.11 (p. 453).  Solutions to the problems begin on page 528.   

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  • Web Media: YouTube: C. R. Harrison’s “Methyl Red Titration” Link: YouTube: C. R. Harrison’s “Methyl Red Titration” (YouTube)

    Instructions: Please watch this brief 2-minute video.  Titration determines unknown concentrations of a known reactant and is performed in a laboratory; however, this video demonstrates an acid-base titration with methyl red endpoint indicator.

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  • Web Media: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign’s Technology Studies in Education Portal: Mihye Won’s “Virtual Chemistry Lab for Acid-Base Titration” Link: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign’s Technology Studies in Education Portal: Mihye Won’s “Virtual Chemistry Lab for Acid-Base Titration” (HTML)

    Instructions: Please follow the instructions on the webpage to experience this virtual chemistry lab.  Titration determines unknown concentrations of a known reactant and is performed in a laboratory.  This simulation demonstrates acid base titrations using an indicator endpoint. 

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1.6.2 Complexation Titrations and EDTA   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 9, Section 9C: Complexation Titrations” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 9, Section 9C: Complexation Titrations” (PDF)

 Instructions:  Click on the link to Chapter 9 to open the PDF. 
Read section 9C, starting on page 459 of the text.   

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    Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 9 to open the PDF.  Work through practice problems 9.12 (p. 466), 9.13 (p. 468), 9.14 (p. 475), 9.15 (p. 475), and 9.16 (p. 477).  Solutions to the problems begin on page 533.
       
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    Instructions: Please watch this brief 3-minute video.  Titration determines unknown concentrations of a known reactant and is performed in a laboratory; however, this video demonstrates a common complexation titration using EDTA.

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1.6.3 Redox Titrations   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 9, Section 9D: Redox Titrations” Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 9, Section 9D: Redox Titrations” (HTML and PDF)

 Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 9 to open the PDF.  Read
section 9D, starting on page 478 of the text.   

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  • Assessment: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 9: Titrimetric Methods:” Practice Exercises 9.17-9.21 Link: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 9: Titrimetric Methods” Practice Exercises 9.17-9.21 (HTML and PDF)

    Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 9 to open the PDF.  Work through practice problems 9.17 (p. 482), 9.18 (p. 485), 9.19 (p. 487), 9.20 (pg 500), and 9.21 (p. 502).  Solutions to the problems begin on page 537.   

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  • Web Media: YouTube: C.R. Harrison’s “Glucose Analysis Titration” Link: YouTube: C. R. Harrison’s “Glucose Analysis Titration” (YouTube)

    Instructions: Watch this short video (runtime: 3:29 minutes).  Titration determines unknown concentrations of a known reactant and is performed in a laboratory.  This titration is classified as an iodometric titration.

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1.6.4 Precipitation Titrations   - Reading: David Harvey’s Analytical Chemistry 2.0: “Chapter 9, Section 9E: Precipitation Titrations” Link: David Harvey’s “Analytical Chemistry 2.0”: “Chapter 9, Section 9E: Precipitation Titrations” (PDF)

 Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 9 to open the PDF.  Read
section 9E, starting on page 502 of the text.   

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  • Assessment: David Harvey’s “Analytical Chemistry 2.0”: “Chapter 9: Titrimetric Methods:” Practice Exercises 9.22 and 9.23 Link: David Harvey’s “Analytical Chemistry 2.0”: “Chapter 9: Titrimetric Methods” Practice Exercises 9.22 and 9.23 (PDF)

    Instructions: Click on the link to Chapter 9 to open the PDF.  Try to complete practice problems 9.22 (p. 505) and 9.23 (p. 510).  Solutions to the problems begin on page 541.  
     
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  • Web Media: YouTube: C.R. Harrison’s “Chloride Titration” Link: YouTube: C. R. Harrison’s “Chloride Titration” (YouTube)

    Instructions: Please watch this video in its entirety (runtime: 4:26 minutes).  Titration determines unknown concentrations of a known reactant and is performed in a laboratory.  This particular titration uses an absorption indicator and silver(I) ion to precipitate the chloride ion, a process known as Fajan’s method.

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