Description of Individual Course Units
Course Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleType of Course UnitYear of StudySemesterNumber of ECTS Credits
300002402006ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY IICompulsory245
Level of Course Unit
First Cycle and Second Cycle
Language of Instruction
Turkish
Objectives of the Course
Analytical Chemistry-II examines the instrumental analysis of chemical analysis, the precise quantification of species in a sample and the method validation. In this context, atomic subject previously given in General Chemistry I course, General Chemistry II and Analytical Chemistry I courses given in the acid-base, precipitation, complexation and redox topics, as well as laboratory practice, to produce ideas about pharmaceuticals and medicinal products to develop research projects for quantitative analysis of instruments and to produce solutions to the problems of the 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 definitions and methods of instrumental quantitative analysis and also the basics of measurement.
2To be able to classify instrumental analysis methods.
3To gain the ability to comment on the application areas of instrumental analysis methods
4To be able to explain the basic principles of spectrometric methods and to give examples of application areas.
5To be able to explain the use of separation methods, to give examples of application areas.
6To be able to explain the use of electrometric methods, to give examples of application areas.
7To be able to explain the use of other instrumental methods, to give examples of application areas.
Mode of Delivery
Face to Face
Prerequisites and co-requisities
None
Recommended Optional Programme Components
To be successful at General Chemistry-I General Chemistry-II and Analytical Chemistry I lessons
Course Contents
Validation of analytical methods, instrumental analysis methods, spectrometric methods, separation methods, electrometric methods and other instrumental methods, and applications and calculations related to these issues, understanding of their importance in daily life and pharmacy.
Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTheoreticalPracticeLaboratory
1Definition of analysis and method selection Demonstration of Analytical Chemistry II laboratory
2Method validationLaboratory safety
3Sources of errors in chemical analysis, applications in quantitative analysisThe constitution of aparaturs used in Analytical Chemistry II laboratory and make the titrations of samples.
4Introduction to spectroscopic methods and general information Acidimetry-Alkalimetry a) Preparation of 0.5L 0.1NHCl solutions b) Adjustment
5Atomic and molecular absorption, UV and GB absorption, Absorption measuring devices, Lambert-Beer LawAcidimetry-Alkalimetry a) NaOH quantity determination, b) 0.5L 0.1N NaOH solution preparation and adjustment with calibrated 0.1N HCl
6Qualitative analysis with spectrophotometer, IR spectroscopy, Fourier Transform IR spectrophotometer, photoluminescence, chemiluminescence, turbidimetry, nephelometry, fluorescence, phosphorescence, refractometry, polarimertry general information.Acidimetry-Alkalimetry a)Acetic acid quantity determination, b)HCl+H3PO4 mixture quantity determination
7Atomic absorption (AAS), atomic emission (AES) and atomic fluorescence (AFS) spectroscopy, qualitative and quantitative analysis Precipitation Titrations (Arjantometry) a) Chloride quantity determination (Mohr method) b) Bromide quantity determination (Volhard method)
8General information about separation methodsComplexometry a) 0.5L, 0.01N EDTA Solution preparations b) b)Identification of degrees of hardness of water c) c) Mg2+ quantity identification
9Liquid chromatography MIDTERM WEEK Redox titrations (Manganymetry) a) 0.5L, 0.1N KmnO4 solution preparation b) Adjustment
10Gas chromatographyRedox titrations (manganymetry) a) Fe2+ quantity identification b) NaNO2 quantity identification
11Introduction to electroanalytical methodsRedox titrations (Iodometry) a) 0.5L 0.05N Na2S2O3 solution preparation b) Adjustment
12Information about voltammetry, amperometry, potentiometric methods, types and other electroanalytical methods Redox titrations (iodometry) a) Fe3+ quantity identification b) Cu2+ quantity identification
13Examples of applications of electroanalytical methods in the field of pharmacy Potentiometry
14Other methods used in instrumental analysis Final Examination
15Excercises. 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, Assoc. Prof. Cengiz Yalçınkaya, Assoc. Prof. Cengiz Kurdoğlu, Assoc. Prof. Özlem Söğüt Ertaş, Assoc. Prof. M. Emrah Kılınç, Analytical Chemistry I Laboratory, Book of Quantitative analysis, E.Ü. Pharmacy Faculty, Basic Pharmacy Sciences Department, Department of Analytical Chemistry. 4.Daniel C Harris, Book of Analytical Chemistry, Translation Editors Prof. Dr. Güler Somer, Prof. Dr. Ali Osman Solak, Prof.Dr. Ali Rehber 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 Lectures14228
Practice14342
Self Study12020
Individual Study for Mid term Examination12020
Individual Study for Final Examination14747
Laboratory Midterm Examination111
Post Quiz400
TOTAL WORKLOAD (hours)162
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