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The name of the module: Instrumental analysis. The name of the faculty organization unit: The faculty Chemistry. The degree after graduating from university: Bachelor of Science BSc. The name of the module department : Department of Physical Chemistry. The name of the coordinator 1: Prof.
The contact details of the coordinator 1: the building H, room , phone , asobkow prz. The contact details of the coordinator 2: the building H, room B, phone , dnarog prz. The main aim of study: To provide students with the basic methods of instrumental analysis, construction and operation of the equipment and its use for the determination of the composition, purity of biotechnology products and materials. The general information about the module: The module is implemented in the 5th semester and includes 30 hours of lecture and 45 hours of laboratory.
The module ends with a credit. Formal requirements: completed course of general chemistry, analytical chemistry,and physical chemistry.
Basic requirements in category knowledge: Knowledge of physics, analytical, organic and physical chemistry. Basic requirements in category skills: Basic skills relating to the calculation of analyte concentration, preparing solutions and the use of the chemical laboratory equipment. Basic requirements in category social competences: Knowledge of safety rules in the chemical laboratory, the responsibility required during chemical experiments performed individually and in a group.
Has knowledge about theoretical foundations of the common intrumental methods of analysis, principles of operation and construction of modern analytical instrumentation. Acquired knowlewdge on the application of the various instrumental techniques to the solution of analytical problems in experimental research, biotechnology and chemical production.
Able to select and justify the use of instrumental methods of analysis in terms of analytical and economic requirements. Knows and can practically use the qualitative and quantitative methods of analysis, and calibration techniques.
Knows how to prepare a report on laboratory exercises, is able to evaluate the results and draw valid conclusions. Knows the principles of good laboratory practice, including the principles of safety, waste collection. Understands the need for continuous complement of knowledge about the new solutions and methods of instrumental analysis.
Analytical process, its elements and statistical evaluation of each step. Analysis of elements and compounds by spectroscopic methods. Atomic Emission Spectroscopy - basis of the method, methods of sample atomization and excitation, applications.
Atomic absorption spectroscopy. Molecular spectroscopy in the ultraviolet and visible light. Infrared spectroscopy. Spectra recording techniques, methods of quantitative and qualitative analysis.
Fundamentals of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. The quantitative and structural analysis based on the NMR spectra. Fundamentals of mass spectrometry. Interpretation and application of analytical mass spectra for organic compounds.
Chromatographic methods for separation of mixtures. Basic principles and classification. Theoreticasl basis of separation process. Retention mechanisms and parameters. Separation efficiency. Definition and determination of resolution index, theoretical plate number, selectivity factor. Selection of the chromatographic conditions - rules for the selection of the stationary and mobile phases. Isocratic and gradient techniques, instrumentation. Gas chromatography. The rate theory of chromatography - band broadening, column efficiency.
Optimization of column performance. Chromatographic methods of qualitative and quantitative analysis. Potentiometric methods. Design, operation and application of the selected ion-selective electrodes. Conductometry and its analytical application. Quantitative and qualitative analysis.
Selected applications in analytical laboratory and industrial applications, criteria for the method selection. Identification of components in the mixture of hydrocarbons and their determination by gas chromatography GC. Determination of hydrocarbons and their derivatives using HPLC. Analysis of the composition of mixtures of organic compounds using a GC-MS. Identification and a quantitative analysis by IR spectroscopy. Structural analysis on the base of 1H-NMR spectra. Determination of the element content in the solutions by atomic absorption spectroscopy AAS.
Polarimetric determination of sucrose in aqueous solution. Quantitative determination of elements by cyclic voltammetry CV.
Determination of iodide and chloride by potentiometric precipitation titration. Determination of the concentration of the phenol by conductrometric titration method. Studying the recommended bibliography: Completing all exercises based on test grades and reports on measurements made - OL The laboratory grade is the average of all grades.
Some basic information about the module
Lecture Classification of the instrumental methods. Introduction to spectrophotometry, spectrophotometers, UV - Vis spectrophotometry, IR spectroscopy in analytical applications, atomic absorption, emission spectroscopy. Fundamentals of electrochemical methods: potentiometry, conductometry, electrogravimetry, coulometry and polarography. Introduction to analytical separations: gas chromatography. Practice Direct and comparative analytical methods, data interpretation, statistical evaluation of errors, accuracy and precision in analytical applications.
Cygański, Andrzej (1927- ).
Minczewski, Z. Ciesielski, J. Additional information registration calendar, class conductors, localization and schedules of classes , might be available in the USOSweb system:. ECTS credits: 9 or 8 or 6. Organized by: Faculty of Chemistry.
Witkiewicz, J. Additional information registration calendar, class conductors, localization and schedules of classes , might be available in the USOSweb system:. Organized by: Faculty of Chemistry. Classification of instrumental techniques 2. Spectroscopic methods - classification of spectroscopic methods, development of methods in recent years.
Determination of NaOH. Titration of Cl- ions by Mohr method. Volumetric determination of the mixture of Ca and Mg ion. Social competences: Student will behave professionally, respect ethic rules, develop professional and individual competences, and will be able to responsibly operate in a team. Final grade consists of: - theoretical part four short tests allowing the performance of laboratory exercises , - practical part obtained results of determinations.