Chemistry and Biochemistry
 

Principles of Chemical Analysis

Principles of Chemical Analysis
Principles of quantitative analysis, introductory instrumental methods, and computer applications to chemical analysis.
CHEM
227
 Hours4.0 Credit, 2.0 Lecture, 6.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesCHEM 113
 TaughtFall, Spring
 ProgramsContaining CHEM 227
Course Outcomes: 

Laboratory Operations

Demonstrate skill in performing precise, careful, basic laboratory operations such as sample preparation, calibration techniques, spectrophotometry, electrochemical analysis, titrimetric and chromatographic methods

Basic Measurement

Explain basic measurement methods and devices

Reporting Scientific Results

Show proficiency in reporting scientific results in numerical, graphical, and written formats, and be able to explain the ethical standards for such reports

Data Analysis Computer Programs

Show proficiency in using computer programs for data analysis

Apply Basic Statistics to Data Analysis

Apply basic statistics to data analysis including, confidence intervals, t-test, linear regression, propagation of error, sampling statistics and signal-noise enhancement

Evaluate Experiments and Data

Critically evaluate experiments and data with respect to theory and models

Application of Knowledge to New Problems

Apply knowledge to new problems, including the design and validation of new analytical methods