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Course code:

Course name:
Analytical Chemistry 2

Academic year:


Attendance requirements:

101A2 + 301H2



Study level:

basic academic studies

Study programme:

Chemistry: 2. year, winter semester, compulsory course


Rada M. Baošić, Ph.D.
associate professor, Faculty of Chemistry, Studentski trg 12-16, Beograd


Aleksandra M. Dramićanin
assistant, Faculty of Chemistry, Studentski trg 12-16, Beograd

Slađana Z. Đurđić
assistant, Faculty of Chemistry, Studentski trg 12-16, Beograd

Hours of instruction:

Weekly: three hours of lectures + two hours of exercises + six hours of labwork (3+2+6)


Helping students acquire knowledge of the basic principles of gravimetry and volumetry.


Students are trained and able to select the most suitable method and carry out sample analysis with appropriate accuracy and precision.

Teaching methods:

Lectures, experimental exercises (group and individual) and theoretical exercises.

Extracurricular activities:

After the classes which are organized with the aim of revising the subject matter of the course, students are expected to do problems on their own, to finish group exercises and prepare for the progress tests.


Main coursebooks:

  • J. Savić, M. Savić: Fundamentals of analytical chemistry, Sarajevo
  • R. Baošić, °.Lolić, J. Mutić, N. Stevanovic: Classical methods of quantitative chemical analysis, Belgrade, 2018

Supplementary coursebooks:

  • D. A. Skoog, D. M. West, F. J. Holler: Fundamentals of analytical chemistry, 1999.

Additional material:

Course activities and grading method


0 points (3 hours a week)


  • Classification of quantitative methods of analysis; Basic principles of gravimetry; Some examples of gravimetric determinations.
  • Introduction to volumetry; Acid-base methods and their application.
  • Precipitation methods and their application.
  • Complexometry and its application.
  • Redox methods and their application.
  • The process of translating complex samples into a solution; real sample analysis.
  • Processing and validating results.


3 points (2 hours a week)


Theoretical exercises - students do calculation problems and solve problems from certain areas of classical analytical chemistry (gravimetric and volumetric analyses).


27 points (6 hours a week)


  • Gravimetry. Analyses.
  • Group exercises / acid-base methods. Analyses.
  • Group exercises / precipitation methods. Analyses.
  • Group exercises / complexometry. Analyses.
  • Group exercises / redox methods. Analyses.

Experimental part (the maximum number of points - 27): The analysis conducted correctly the first time carries 3 points, each subsequent analysis conducted correctly carries 2 points.


20 points


Tests (the maximum number of points - 20): students take the tests, on the lab session terms, after each area -  five of them; the students qualify for a test only after they have finished group exercises (except for gravimetry), which has to be verified by the teaching assistant; the progress test consists of a 2 problems  and  theoretical quastions. The  test carries a total of 4 points;

Written exam:

20 points

Oral exam:

30 points

Tue Dec 14 21:40:22 2021

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