CHEMISTRY 321 was an analytical course for the students majoring in nursing. It is no longer required service course from our department, hence, it is not offered.
CHEMISTRY 321, Quantitative analysis Fall 1990
Instructor: Dr. Petr Vanysek
Teaching Assistants: Jorge S. Alvarado, Karen J. Jones
WEEK EXPERIMENT EXP. # (page) GRADE
27 Aug. Check in
Balance, burette 1, 2 (556)
3 Sept. Gravimetric chloride 3 (559) 20
10 Sept. Acid-base titration 6 (564) 20
17 Sept. Chloride by Fajans' method 10 (572) 20
24 Sept. Water hardness 12 (576) 20
1 Oct. Iodometric copper in brass 15 (583) 20
8 Oct. Potentiometric Cl! and I! 18 (587) 20
15 Oct. Spectrophotometric 25 (598) 20
determination of iron
22 Oct. Fluorometric riboflavin 32 (608) 20
29 Oct. Atomic absorption spectro- 33 (609) 20
5 Nov. Thin layer chromatography 39 (620) 20
12 Nov. Gas chromatography of alkanes 40 (621) 20
19 Nov. Completion of experiments
26 Nov. Completion of experiments
3 Dec. Check-out
Notebook and technique 40
Due dates are the next lab period after the experimental work was supposed to be finished. Hand the cards to your TA.
Textbook: Gary C. Christian: Analytical chemistry, 4th ed., Wiley, New York 1986.
Notebook: Bound notebook. All data written in ink and in organized systematic style.
Have you notebook inspected for comments by your TA within first month.
The publication recommended for keeping scientific notes: H. F. Ebel, C. Bliefert and
W. E. Russey: The art of scientific writing, VCH, Weinheim 1987.
Grading: Report results on the yellow report cards. The lab grade is based on closeness
of the reported value to the known value.
Late results: There is a 2 point penalty subtracted for each day past the due date.
Safety: Wear safety glasses in the laboratory at all times. Learn about possible
hazards and how to avoid them. Use common sense.