الكيمياء التحليلية

I. Choose the correct answer

1- The acid base indicator used in the titration of hydrochloric acid using sodium hydroxide is:

          a- phenolphthalein    b- methyl orange      c- both a &b

 

2- The acid base indicator used in the titration of CH3COOH using NaOH is:

          a- phenolphthalein    b- methyl orange    c- ph.ph and M.O could be used

 

3- The pH of working rangeof an acid-base indicator is equal to:

a- pH = pk­in a ± 1     b- pH = pk­in a                              c- pH = pk­in a + 1 

 

4- A solution of0.2 MBi(NO3)3 is equivalent to:

          a- 0.6 N                  b- 0.4 N                  c- 0.2 N

 

5- One liter solution of 1 N KMnO4 contains:

          a-1 gramequivalent of KMnO4       b-158 gramKMnO4  c-1 gramKMnO4

 

6- A solution of 0.10 N NaOH containing:

a-40 gramdissolved in liter  b- 4 gram dissolved in liter  

c-0.1 gramdissolved in liter

7- The normality of 250 ml of NaOH solution containing10 gramis:

          a- 1 N                     b- 1/4 N                  c- 4 N

8- One gram equivalent of Na2CO3 is equal to:

          a- 106                    b- 53                      c- 1/53

 

 

9-  When 98 gram of H2SO4 is dissolved in one liter solvent, the solution will be:

          a- 0.1 M                  b- 2 M          c- 1 M

 

10- A 100ml solution of 1 N H2SO4 is:

          a- ½ M solution       b- 1 M solution         c- 2 M solution

Part (II)

II. Complete the following:

1- The color of ph.ph. in CH3COOH is ………………., while the color of M.O. in the same acid is ……………

2- The millimoles is equal to …………………………………………….., while the milliequivalent is equal to …………………………………………..

3- The equivalent weight of H3PO4 = …………………..

4- The strength of certain solution = ………………. X ………………

5- The equivalent weight of Na2CO3 is equal to  ……………….

6- The pH of 0.2 N H2SO4 solution is ……………… and has a pOH …………………….


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الأحد: من 11-12 ظهرا

الاثنين: من 10-11 ص

الثلاثاء: من 9-10 ص

الأربعاء: من 11-12 ظهرا

الخميس: 10-12 ظهرا

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Course Outline:

The aim of this course is to train students on the principles and practices of instrumental analysis, involving the use of modern automated instrumentation in biochemical and medical applications. It also explain general laboratory instrumentation and support units such as ultraviolet, visible spectrophotometry, Infra red spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance, X-ray and fluorescent techniques as well as instrumental electrochemical methods of analysis such as DC polarography and cyclic voltammetry techniques. Atomic absorption, advanced automated separation techniques of chromatography and modern electrophoreses techniques and their applications in  clinical, environmental, drugs and narcotic abuse will be used.

By the end of this course, student should be able to:

- Establish self confidence in dealing with instrumentation.

- Describe theoretical concept behind the design of instruments.

- Describe major operational requirements for each category of instrumentation.

- Describe application and utilization for each instrument in applied medical sciences.

- Handle trouble shooting procedures and regular maintenance with quality control measure.

- Demonstrate procedure of operation of major advanced instruments to others.

- provide complete description of necessary equipments in medical laboratory.

- work in research centre and reference laboratory

Teaching Methods:

- Lectures

- Discussion

- Practical sessions

Evaluation Means:

- Semester Examination:        Written and Practical 50%

- Final Examination:                                                   50%

Reading List:

-Clinical Biochemistry: Techniques and Instrumentation: John S Varcoe 2001

- Principles of Instrumental Analysis, 5th Edition, by Douglas A. Skoog, F. James Holler & Timothy

A. Nieman. 1998.

- http://www.anachem.umu.se/jumpstation.htm

http://www.uvm.edu/~jgoldber/courses/chem221/links.html -


وصف مقرر الكيمياء التحليلية

Course Outline:

The course includes the theoretical concepts, principles and laws used in chemical analysis and its applications for biological samples.  It includes a detailed study for acidic and basic samples titrations for different strength and their quantifications. The precipitation and oxidation reduction reactions are also studied with their applications to biological samples. Introduction to chemical analysis using modern instrumental techniques such as spectroscopic and chromatographic methods were used.

By the end of this course, student should be able to:

- Describe the applied chemical principles used for separation, detection,

  identification, and quantification of samples constituents.

- Know statistical principles for chemical analysis

- Describe qualitative and quantitative analysis, i.e., gravimetric and volumetric

  analysis, concepts of acid-base, redox reactions, precipitation reactions, titrimetric

  analysis, spectrophotometric and chromatographic analysis as well as

  electrochemical behavior.

- Principles of quality control.

Teaching Methods:

- Lectures

- Discussion

- Practical sessions

Evaluation Means:

- Semester Examination:        Written and Practical 50%

- Final Examination: 50%

Reading List:

- Analytical Chemistry - An Introduction Douglas A. Skoog 7th Edition, 2000-

- Gary D. Christian, ed., Analytical Chemistry”, 5th. Ed. John Wiley & Sons Inc., 1994

- H. Freiser, "Concepts and Calculations in Analytical Chemistry" A Spreadsheet

 Approach. Boca Ration: CRC Press, 1992.

- G.D. Christian and J.E. O'Reilly, "Instrumental Analysis", 2nd. Ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1986.

-Holler, F. James; Skoog, Douglas A.; West, Donald M. (1996). Fundamentals of analytical chemistry. Philadelphia: Saunders College Pub. ISBN 0-03-005938-0.

- Nieman, Timothy A.; Skoog, Douglas A.; Holler, F. James (1998). Principles of instrumental analysis. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole. ISBN 0-03-002078-6.


وصف مقرر الكيمياء التحليلية

Course Outline:

The course includes the theoretical concepts, principles and laws used in chemical analysis and its applications for biological samples.  It includes a detailed study for acidic and basic samples titrations for different strength and their quantifications. The precipitation and oxidation reduction reactions are also studied with their applications to biological samples. Introduction to chemical analysis using modern instrumental techniques such as spectroscopic and chromatographic methods were used.

By the end of this course, student should be able to:

- Describe the applied chemical principles used for separation, detection,

  identification, and quantification of samples constituents.

- Know statistical principles for chemical analysis

- Describe qualitative and quantitative analysis, i.e., gravimetric and volumetric

  analysis, concepts of acid-base, redox reactions, precipitation reactions, titrimetric

  analysis, spectrophotometric and chromatographic analysis as well as

  electrochemical behavior.

- Principles of quality control.

Teaching Methods:

- Lectures

- Discussion

- Practical sessions

Evaluation Means:

- Semester Examination:        Written and Practical 50%

- Final Examination: 50%

Reading List:

- Analytical Chemistry - An Introduction Douglas A. Skoog 7th Edition, 2000-

- Gary D. Christian, ed., Analytical Chemistry”, 5th. Ed. John Wiley & Sons Inc., 1994

- H. Freiser, "Concepts and Calculations in Analytical Chemistry" A Spreadsheet

 Approach. Boca Ration: CRC Press, 1992.

- G.D. Christian and J.E. O'Reilly, "Instrumental Analysis", 2nd. Ed. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1986.

-Holler, F. James; Skoog, Douglas A.; West, Donald M. (1996). Fundamentals of analytical chemistry. Philadelphia: Saunders College Pub. ISBN 0-03-005938-0.

- Nieman, Timothy A.; Skoog, Douglas A.; Holler, F. James (1998). Principles of instrumental analysis. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole. ISBN 0-03-002078-6.


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