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    Analytical Chemistry Intro

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    1 UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY‚ JAMAICA DIVISION OF CHEMISTRY GROUP: MODULE: AS-2‚ SE-3‚ MT-2‚ BPharm-3‚ BENG-2C ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY (CHY3022‚ CHY2017) ___________________________________________________________________________ UNIT 1: Assigned Reading: BASIC ELEMENTS OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY Chapt. 1 and 8 Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry‚ 8th edition INTRODUCTION  Analytical Chemistry – that branch of chemistry which is concerned with the theory and practice of methods used to determine

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    CHM 256: BASIC ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY TUTORIAL 1: INTRODUCTION: ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 1. What is chemical analysis? 2. Differentiate between qualitative and quantitative analysis (Oct 2008‚ 2009‚ Dec 2009‚ Apr 2010) 3. Give 7 steps in performing any chemical analysis (Apr 2010) 4. Briefly explain how to prepare the following solutions: a) 1.0 L 10.50 % (w/v) aqueous CH3CH2CH2OH (answer : 105 g) (Oct 2006‚ Oct 2007‚ Oct 2008) b) 500 mL 2.0 M H2SO4 from a commercial reagent‚ at 90% (w/w) purity

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    CHEM 4183 Exam #2 Name:________________________ March 11‚ 2013 I. Multiple Choice (3 pts each) Choose the best answer and write it to the left of the problem number in the space provided. 1. What is a particular advantage of graphite furnace atomic absorption over flame atomic absorption? (a) higher temperature (b) lower S/N (c) less interference (d) small sample amounts 2. In atomic emission spectroscopy‚ it is desirable to have a high concentration of

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    Analytical techniques Introduction * The analysis technique chosen is gas chromatography‚ I’m going to talk about it and I am elected chromatography studies to identify and quantify known materials do. * The principles of gas chromatography * The functions of gas chromatography * Theories of instruments and techniques etc. PRINCIPLES Gas chromatography (GC) was first demonstrated for analysis of liquid in the classic paper by james and martin (1952). It was quickly recognised

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    Analytical Chemistry Daniel C. Harris: 7-4‚ 8‚10‚12‚16 7-4) A 1.000g sample of unknown analyzed by Reaction 7-2 gave 2.500g of bis(dimethylglyoximate) nickel(II). Find the wt% of Ni in the unknown. 7-8) The man in the vat. Once upon a time‚ a workman at a dye factory fell into a vat containing a hot concentrated mixture of sulfuric and nitric acids‚ and he dissolved! Because nobody witnessed the accident‚ it was necessary to prove that he fell in so that the man’s wife could collect his insurance

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    The average University student has many tasks to accomplish and much studying to do while combating the onslaught of sleep. Students at the University of the West Indies Mona are no different and recommended amongst themselves a highly rated and popular health supplement “Yeast-Vite” [8]. Yeast-Vite is a health supplement pill which helps people fight fatigue and improve alertness. The active ingredients in Yeast-Vite are caffeine‚ vitamin B1‚ vitamin B2‚ vitamin B3. The other ingredients are:

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    it directly affects safety and protection measures for hazardous chemicals. These two types of analyses are collectively known as analytical chemistry and a basic understanding of it is important for any professional handling and dealing with chemicals. Objective: The objective of this lab is to introduce the participating students to qualitative analytical chemistry. The group will be given an unknown pure organic liquid sample and will need to perform a series of tests in order to identify the

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    MCOPS‚ Manipal ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR RESIDUAL SOLVENTS INTRODUCTION: Organic solvents are routinely applied during synthesis of drug substances‚ excipients‚ or during drug product formulation. They are not desirable in the final product‚ mainly because of their toxicity‚ their influence on the quality of crystals of the drug substance and their odor or taste‚ which can be unpleasant for patients. To remove them‚ various manufacturing processes or techniques (usually under

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    Percent Composition Report Hypothesis : By using seperation techniques properly‚ the 3 substance such as; water‚ sand‚ and salt can be seperated and the percent composition of each substance. Which will then be calculated theoritically and after comparison with the actual result‚ the accuracy of the 2 result can be found. Aim : The aim of this experiment is to compare the gravimetric result of the original mixture and the separated substance. The other objective is to calculate each percent

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    Environmental Chemistry: Determining the Phosphate Level of Water Objective: -To understand the effects of phosphates from fertilizers into water supplies. -How to use a spectrophotometer and understand how it works. -Understand the correlation and usage of Beer’s law with calibration curves. Introduction/Procedure: Environmental protection has been a growing concern for many people in the recent years. With talks of global warming‚ deforestation‚ and rising ocean acidity in the news it is safe

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    Relevance of Chemistry 3 Analytical Chemistry 5 Chemical and Biology Safety 9 Classification of Hazardous Chemicals 15 Biochemistry 24 Organic Reactions 32 Radiation 34 Environmental Concerns 40 The Relevance of chemistry to Occupational Safety‚ Health an Environment Chemistry is the science of chemicals which studies the laws governing their formation‚ combination and behaviour under various conditions‚ it

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    CHAPTER # 1 Q.DEFINE CHEMISTRY. A. Chemistry‚ a branch of physical science‚ is the study of the composition‚ properties and behavior of matter. Chemistry is concerned with atoms and their interactions with other atoms‚ and particularly with the properties of chemical bonds. Chemistry is also concerned with the interactions between atoms and various forms of energy Q.DEFINE THE BRANCHES OF CHEMISTRY. * Physical chemistry is the study of macroscopic‚ atomic‚ subatomic‚ and particulate phenomena

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    Chemistry (the etymology of the word has been much disputed)[1] is the science of matter and the changes it undergoes. The science of matter is also addressed by physics‚ but while physics takes a more general and fundamental approach‚ chemistry is more specialized‚ being concerned with the composition‚ behavior (or reaction)‚ structure‚ and properties of matter‚ as well as the changes it undergoes during chemical reactions.[2] It is a physical science which studies various substances‚ atoms‚ molecules

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    Chemistry * a science that dealing with the structure‚ composition and properties of items and with the transformations that they undergo *  the composition and chemical properties of a substance * chemical processes and phenomena (as of an organism)  Examples: - Digestion; enzymes promoting chemical reactions that power our bodies. Lifting your arm requires your body to make and burn ATP using oxygen with carbon dioxide as one of the waste gases produced. - The internal combustion

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    (Name) (Course Name) (Instructors Name) (Date) Summary of chemistry lab report Introduction The two factors which affect the yield of products in a chemical reaction is the amount of starting materials (reactants) and the percent yield of the reaction. Many experimental conditions for example temperature‚ and pressure can be adjusted to increase yield of the desired product‚ in chemical reaction‚ but because chemicals react according to fixed mole ratios( stoichometrically)‚ the only limited

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    Importance of chemistry : 1. Chemistry can improve the conditions of human life and even save lives. 2. Provides deeper knowledge. 3. * Plastics that are as strong as metals but light weight. * Personal care and household products * Polymers or various sizes and shapes * Metal alloys * Drugs from various ailment CONTRIBUTION OF CHEMISTRY : 1. Food and agriculture 2. energy production 3 . environment preservation 4 . education 5 . clothing 6. colors and

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    List of Chemistry Terms used in daily life α (alpha)‚ β (beta) α- (β-‚ γ-) ray spectrometer α-addition (alpha-addition) α-cleavage (alpha-cleavage) α-decay (alpha-decay) α-effect α-elimination α-expulsion in photochemistry α-oxo carbenes α-particle (alpha-particle) ’A’ value -factorquantity ab initio quantum mechanical methods abatement in atmospheric chemistry abeo- abiological abiotic abiotic transformation absolute activation analysis absolute activity‚ quantity absolute

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    Chapter 6 Chemical Reactions and Quantities The Mole General‚ Organic‚ and Biological Chemistry Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education‚ Inc. 1 Collection Terms A collection term states a specific number of items.  1 dozen donuts = 12 donuts  1 ream of paper = 500 sheets  1 case = 24 cans General‚ Organic‚ and Biological Chemistry 2 A Mole of Atoms A mole is a collection that contains  the same number of particles as there are carbon atoms in 12.0 g of carbon 12C  6.02 x 1023 atoms of

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    CHEMISTRY III : (CHEMISTRY & YOU) 1 PRETEST 1. The science that tackles the study of matter‚ its structure and the changes in composition that matter undergoes is a. Astrology c. Ecology b. Chemistry d. Physics 2. When a chemist performs an experiment‚ the quantity that is being tested is the a. control c. theory b. law d. variable 3. Juan is comparing how many kilos of rice can be contained in a sack. What process is he doing? a. counting c. measurement b. interpolation

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    Lectures CHE883 ENVIRONMENT CHEMISTRY 15316::Pushp Lata Course Category Tutorials Practicals Credits Courses with numerical and conceptual focus 3.0 0.0 0.0 TextBooks Sr No Title Author T-1 Environmental Chemistry Edition Year Publisher Name Colin Baird‚ Michael Cann 4th 2008 W.H. Freeman and company Reference Books Sr No Title Author Edition Year Publisher Name R-1 Environmental Chemistry Gary W.vanLoon and Stephen

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