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CHM217H Introduction to Analytical Chemistry

TitleCHM217H Introduction to Analytical Chemistry
Schedule2.5 lectures
4 labs
1(A) tutorials
TopicsThe process of chemical measurement from sampling through analysis to the interpretation of results. Students will learn about the use of standards, methods of calibration, the statistical treatment of results, the significance of numerical values, choosing an appropriate method of analysis, and basic principles of good laboratory practice. Experiments will be drawn from important areas such as water quality, pharmaceuticals, and food & drink. A variety of techniques will be introduced, including volumetric analysis, potentiometry, spectrophotometry, spectrofluorometry, flame atomic absorption spectrometry, and various forms of chromatography. Please see the course web site for more details.
BackgroundExclusions: CHM211H5, CHMB16H3
Pre-requisites: CHM(135H/139H, 136H/138H)/CHM 151Y with a minimum grade of 63%; (MAT135H, MAT136H)/MAT137Y/MAT157Y.
  1. Skoog, West, Holler & Crouch, FUNDAMENTALS OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, 9th ed, Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning, print or electronic format. (plus Solutions Manual) ISBN: 1-285-56816-8
  1. Student solution manual for the required text
  2. D. Brynn Hibbert and J. Justin Gooding, DATA ANALYSIS FOR CHEMISTRY, (Paperback) Oxford
Lab FeeThis course charges a lab fee.
LecturerDavid Stone, Rm: LM 218, Ph: 416-946-0293
Lab InstructorDavid Stone, Rm: LM 218, Ph: 416-946-0293
Course OutlineCHM217H1 - OUTLINE - Fall 2017.pdf
Course WeblinkCourse Info
Last Updated2018-07-04 10:12:30

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