This course in chemical analysis focuses on the fundamental principles of quantitative analysis and chemical equilibrium. Topics include solution equilibria (acid-base, precipitation, complexation, and oxidation-reduction), acid-base theory, statistical treatment of data, error analysis, sampling and design of experiments, separations, and spectroscopic methods. The laboratory involves gravimetric, titrimetric, and colorimetric analyses along with selected separation techniques and spectroscopic methods as applied to problems in biochemistry, environmental science, and forensic chemistry.

Three hours lecture, three hours lab