Welcome to CH201 Quantitative Analytical Chemistry Lab. This course provides a one semester survey of quantitative laboratory techniques, instrumental methods, and approaches to data analysis used in quantitative analytical chemistry. Additionally, advanced topics relevant to upper-division chemistry and biochemistry courses are discussed. Students must have completed CH102 before taking this course.

By the end of the course the students will (i) be able to properly use analytical glassware and associated lab equipment, (ii) understand the basic principles and operation of absorption spectrophotometers, (iii) be able to use statistics and graphing software to analyze experimental data, (iv) understand the chemical principles behind various analytical methods including gravimetric analysis, acid/base titrations, buffers, and complex ions, and (v) have a good foundation in the process of scientific communication -- preparing tables and figures, outlining an argument, and preparing a scientific report.

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