CHEM 2302 T - Analytical Chemistry I

Not suitable for distance learning, mandatory on-campus component.

Introduction to quality assurance measures, calibration strategies and the fundamentals of solution-based analytical measurement processes. Qualitative and quantitative analysis using potentiometric and electrolysis techniques including ion selective electrodes, coulometry, amperometry and voltammetry. Redox, acid/base and EDTA titrations in the context of various buffer systems.
Includes: Experiential Learning Activity
Precludes additional credit for CHEM 2300.
Prerequisite(s): CHEM 1006 with a minimum grade of B-, or CHEM 1002 or CHEM 1101 and (MATH 1007 or MATH 1004).

In this course, students will gain a knowledge of the methods and strategies that have been developed to investigate the nature of the chemistry around us and within us. To answer the age old questions - what is it, what is it made of and how does it work - we must learn the principles of chemical analysis and the array of strategies that have been developed to analyze chemistry.

See Carleton Central for mandatory on-campus laboratory sections.

CRN for section T: 30879

CRN for section TOD (optional Video On Demand service): 30880

See Carleton Central for mandatory on-campus laboratory sections.

In-class lecture time & location:
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:05pm to 2:25pm, 103 SC

Instructor: Jeffrey Smith

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