Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
300002392006ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY ICompulsory236
Level of Course Unit
First Cycle and Second Cycle
Language of Instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
Analytical Chemistry-I examines the analyses based upon the seperation and recognition of a sample belonging to a matter. Within this context, it is aimed to educate people, that have basic knowledge and laboratory practice based upon acid-base, precipitation, complexation and redox reaction, is capable of developing a research project devoted to the calitative analysis of pharmaceutical preparations and medical products by producing an idea for corresponding subjects in future and able to produce solutions for the problems of pharmaceutical industry.
Name of Lecturer(s)
Prof. Dr. M. Emrah KILINÇ, Prof. Dr. Özlem SÖĞÜT, Prof. Dr. K. Arzum ERDEM GÜRSAN, Prof. Dr. Pınar KARA KADAYIFCILAR, Doç Dr. Dilşat ARIKSOYSAL, , Doç. Dr. Hakan KARADENİZ
Learning Outcomes
1To be able to comprehend the descriptions and methods based upon quantitative analysis.
2To be able to identify the sources of errors at quantitative analysis and to command on the reducing of errors.
3To be able to comprehend the basic concepts at gravimetric analysis, to make gravimetric calculations.
4To gain the skill of commending on acid-base (neutralization) titrations and making calculations
5To gain the skill of commanding and making calculation for precipitation titration.
6To gain the skill of commanding and making calculation for complexation titration.
7To gain the skill of commanding and making calculation for redox reaction.
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
To be successful at General Chemistry-I and General Chemistry-II lessons.
Course Contents
Volumetric analysis(titrations) about acids, bases, salts, buffers, polyacids, polibases and their calculations, precipitation titrations and related calculations, complexation titrations, redox titrations and applications related to these subjects, to comprehension of the importance in daily life.
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
1Introduction, Quantitative Analysis Methods and PrinciplesIntroduction of Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
2Gravimetric analysis methods and applications Laboratory safety
3Acid-Base Equilibria and Neutralization Titrations, Applications in Quantitative AnalysisTo constitute the experimental aparatus that are used in Analytical Chemistry I laboratory, to make pre-experimentation of samples.
4Indicators used in neutralization titrations, applications in quantitative analysis Anions
5Errors in Neutralization Titrations and Their Determination, Applications in Quantitative Analysis I. Group cations
6Determination of acid and base mixtures by volumetric analysis and their applications in quantitative analysisII. Group cations (pre-experimentation)
7Basic Conditions for Precipitation Titrations, Solutions Used, Plotting Titration Curves, Applications in Quantitative Analysis II. Group cations
8The methods of determination of the end of titration to stop precipitation formation, Mohr, Volhard, External Indicator and Fajans Methods, Applications in quantitative analysis.III. Group cations (pre-experimentation)
9Complexation Theories, Applications of Complexation Reactions, Ligand Solutions Used, Applications in Quantitative Analysis. Excercises. MIDTERM WEEK III. Group cations
10Effect of pH on the Complexation of EDTA, Drawing of Titration Curves, Determination Methods of End of Titration, Applications in Quantitative Analysis IV-V. Group Cations
11Oxidation-reduction reactions, general principles of redox equilibria, applications of standard electrode potentials, applications in quantitative analysis. I-V. Group Cations
12Calculation of redox equilibrium constants, General principles of redox titrations, Oxidation-reduction indicators, Applications in quantitative analysisSolid matter analysis I
13Calculation of equivalent point potential in redox titrations, Factors affecting electrode potential in redox titrations. Solid matter analysis II
14Standard reduction and standard oxidation applications, examples of redox titration analysis applications in the field of pharmacy, applications in quantitative analysisFinal Examination
15Exercises in redox titrations. Final examination
Recommended or Required Reading
1.Prof. Dr. Aycıl Kayalı, Analytical Chemistry I for pharmacists, E.Ü. Pharmacy Faculty, Basic Pharmacy Sciences Department, Department of Analytical Chemistry. 2.Douglas A. Skoog, Donald M. West, F. James Holler, Basics of Analytical Chemistry I and II, Translation editors Prof. Dr. Esma Kılıç, Prof. Dr. Fitnat Köseoğlu, Bilişim Yayıncılık, 7. Baskı, Ankara, 1999. 3.Prof. Dr. Aycıl Kayalı, Prof. Dr. M.E.Şengün Özsöz, Assist. Prof. Cengiz Yalçınkaya, Assist. Prof. Cengiz Kurdoğlu, Assist. Prof. Özlem Söğüt Ertaş, Assist. Prof. M. Emrah Kılınç, Analytical Chemistry I Laboratory, Book of Qualitative analysis, E.Ü. Faculty of Pharmacy, Basic Pharmacy Sciences Department, Department of Analytical Chemistry. 4.Daniel C Haris, Book of Analytical Chemistry, Translation Editors Prof. Dr. Güler Somer, Prof. Dr. Ali Osman Solak, Prof.Dr. Ali Reber Türker, Prof. Dr. Esma Kılıç,Prof. Dr. Fitnat Köseoğlu, Prof. Dr.Latif Elçi, Prof. Dr.Mehmet Doğan, Prof. Dr.Mustafa Özcimder, Prof. Dr.Mustafa Özdemir, Prof. Dr.Serdar Ateş, Prof. Dr.Şeref Kunç, Prof. Dr.Şeref Güçer, Gazi Bureau Bookshop, Ankara, 1994.
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Assessment Methods and Criteria
Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
Midterm Examination1100
SUM100
End Of Term (or Year) Learning ActivitiesQuantityWeight
Final Sınavı1100
SUM100
Term (or Year) Learning Activities40
End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities60
SUM100
Work Placement(s)
None
Workload Calculation
ActivitiesNumberTime (hours)Total Work Load (hours)
Midterm Examination122
Final Examination122
Attending Lectures14342
Practice14342
Self Study12020
Individual Study for Mid term Examination12525
Individual Study for Final Examination15050
Laboratory Midterm Examination111
Post Quiz400
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)184
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