At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||This course aims to extend the fundamental formation of 'Analytical Chemistry I' (CHM 1321) to current instrumental analysis methods. The philosophy and strategy of this programme are identical to those described in CHM 1321. This course not only provides excellent practice in analytical techniques, but also allows the rigorous development of experimental schemes and analysis methods, relying on physical chemistry and analytical reasoning. The objectives of the practical exercises are the following: - To help the understanding of the course - To familiarize the students with the theory-experience relationship - To train the students in a professional practice in a chemistry laboratory -To instil a sense of initiative towards practical processes in the students|
The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled “Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.
Molecular absorption spectroscopy, atomic spectrometry and voltamperometric methods: equipment, performances and applications. Electrolysis-based analysis methods: analytical applications.
Acid-base reactions in non-aqueous media: solvent types and pH calculations.
Practical aspects of chromatography in liquid and gas phases.
Analysis of samples where application of most of the techniques covered during the course is required. A complete analysis of a 'real' sample is proposed, for which the well-thought-out use of titrimetric and instrumental methods is necessary in order to determine the concentration of several ions of a solution. This process will allow the students: (i) to develop and discuss schemes and analysis methods with rigorous analytical reasoning. (ii) to obtain professional laboratory experience of current techniques.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The teaching module alternates classic or reverse classes to promote significant interactions with the students.
The goal is to encourage students' reflection and to stimulate more personal and active learning. Written exercises are proposed to test the understanding of the general topic on Moodle.
Researching necessary background information, care in preparation of standard solutions and the evaluation and discussion of the quality of results are key factors for the success of the practical exercises.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Oral exam to test the student ability to establish links between chapters and check its capacity to interact in a real chemical analysis situation (10 points). Tests are organised within the year to evaluate the students progression on major items of the class and to check its ability to realize umerical exercices (5 points).
Continuous evaluation of practical exercices through quality of results, reports, tests and lab notebook (5 points).
- Quantitative Chemical Analysis, D. C. Harris, 8th ed., W. H. Freeman & Co., 2010
- Méthodes instrumentales d'analyse chimique et applications, G. Burgot, J. -L. Burgot, 2e ed, Lavoisier, 2006.
- Syllabus pour le cours et fascicule pour les exercices pratiques rédigés par votre enseignant.
- Pour les exercices pratiques : littérature mise à disposition et recherchée par l'étudiant(e).
- syllabus Chimie analytique II (sur Moodle)