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Course code:
301H2

Course name:
Analytical Chemistry 1

Academic year:

2020/2021.

Attendance requirements:

There are no requirements.

ECTS:

5

Study level:

basic academic studies

Study program:

Chemistry: 1. year, summer semester, compulsory course

Teachers:

Dušanka M. Milojković Opsenica, Ph.D.
full professor, Faculty of Chemistry, Studentski trg 12-16, Beograd

Filip Lj. Andrić, Ph.D.
associate professor, Faculty of Chemistry, Studentski trg 12-16, Beograd

Assistants:

Hours of instruction:

Weekly: two hours of lectures + two hours of exercises (2+2+0)

Goals:

The goal of this course is to provide basic theoretical and practical knowledge of chemical and physical principles which are important in analytical chemistry and chemistry in general.

Outcome:

During the course, a student should learn the basic concepts regarding solutions, protolytic theory of acids and bases, buffers, ion dissolution and precipitation, complex and redox systems, extraction and chromatography; perform a complete classical qualitative analysis of an unknown sample; write simple reports and use the literature from the field of analytical chemistry.

Teaching methods:

Lectures, practical/calculation exercises.

Extracurricular activities:

Coursebooks:

  • Dr Tomislav Janjić: Teorijski osnovi analitičke hemije, Naučna knjiga, Beograd, 1994.

Additional material:

Course activities and grading method

Lectures:

10 points (2 hours a week)

Syllabus:

  • The subject, development and importance of analytical chemistry.
  • Solutions.
  • The law of mass action.
  • The behavior of strong electrolytes in solutions.
  • The newer theories of acids and bases.
  • Proton activity.
  • The ionic product of water and pH.
  • Acid-base constants.
  • The degree of protolysis.
  • Graphical representation of acid-base equilibria.
  • Protolysis of polyprotic acids.
  • Ampholytes.
  • Buffers.
  • Indicators.
  • The product of solubility.
  • The formation and dissolution of precipitate.
  • The role of complex ions in analytical chemistry.
  • Oxidation and reduction.
  • Theories of chromatography.
  • Extraction.
  • Ion chromatography.

Exercises:

20 points (2 hours a week)

Written exam:

70 points

Fri Mar 12 12:17:43 2021

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