The prerequisite(s) for this Teaching Unit (Unité d’enseignement – UE) for the programmes/courses that offer this Teaching Unit are specified at the end of this sheet.
Laboratory practice (part A and C): Volumetric and gravimetric analysis, direct and indirect potentiometric methods, use of analytical kits.
The program is designed in such a way that:
- It illustrates the course LBIR 1349
- It develops the critical mind towards quality of results (based on statistical tools acquired in other courses)
- It ensures the progressive acquisition of autonomy in the work: application and discussion of protocols, comparison of different analytical methods, adaptation of protocols.
- It allows the treatment of samples of particular interest for future bioengineers (soil samples, bio-industrial products)
First part: analysis of a limestone, analysis of animal food samples (full protocols given) - statistical treatment of the experimental data
Second part: integrated exercises: analysis of two systems chosen by the students (protocols must be adapted to each system) - comparison of methods - global balance - communication of results between students
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Resolution of exercises and discussion of concepts in group; feedback on laboratory reports.
Laboratory practice, alone or in team of two or four students, and mentoring sessions to accompany planning of the work.
In reason of the limited number of places in classrooms this year (COVID-19 crisis), some of these activities may be carried out remotely.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Continuous evaluation (laboratory notebook keeping, individual and group reports, intermediate tests) (75% of final grade).
Oral test mainly related to the integrated exercises at the end of the semester (25% of final grade)
Obligatory reference textbook : Skoog et al (2014). Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry. 9th edition. Cengage Technology Edition
Informations diffusées via Moodle
- Skoog et al (2014). Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry. 9th edition. Cengage Technology Edition