Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry Author: Lv Shuping Editor Publication date: 2013 Edition Introduction "higher education" second five "innovative planning materials: Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry" is a general higher education "second five" innovative planning materials, is based on The basic requirements of the syllabus of inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry, inorganic and analytical chemistry in colleges and universities. The main contents include chemical reaction rate and chemical equilibrium, introduction to analytical chemistry, acid-base equilibrium and acid-base titration, precipitation titration, redox reaction and redox titration, atomic structure and periodic table of elements, chemical bond and material structure, coordination Equilibrium and coordination titration, metallic and non-metallic elements, etc. This book combines the content of inorganic chemistry and analytical chemistry courses, which not only inherits the basic and scientific nature of the theoretical knowledge of inorganic chemistry, but also highlights the applicability of analytical chemistry experimental skills; this book reduces the repetition and disconnection in teaching, but it is not excessive Emphasize the systematic nature of knowledge in chemistry; The "Twelfth Five-Year Plan" Innovative Planning Textbook for General Higher Education: Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry appropriately reduces the theoretical difficulty, strengthens the cultivation of practical skills, and makes the teaching content simple, natural, and smooth, and more conducive to teaching And learning, and reflects the characteristics of higher education. The "Twelfth Five-Year Plan" Innovative Planning Textbook for General Higher Education: Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry is suitable as a textbook for inorganic chemistry and analytical chemistry majors in colleges and universities, and can also be used as a reference book for titration analysis and other technical scientific researchers.
Chapter 1 Basic Concepts and Calculations of Chemistry Section 1. Classification and Interaction of Substances 1. Classification of Inorganic Substances 2. Types of Inorganic Reactions 3. Relationship between Inorganic Substances 2. Section Amount, Molar Mass and Molar of Gases Volume and related calculations 1. Basic concepts 2. Calculations about ion equations
Chapter 2 Chemical Reaction Rate and Chemical Equilibrium Section 1 Chemical Reaction Rate I. Expression of Chemical Reaction Rate 2. Factors Affecting Chemical Reaction Rate Section 2 Chemical Equilibrium 1. Reversible Reaction and Chemical Equilibrium 2. Chemical Equilibrium Constant 3. Calculation of chemical equilibrium 4. Equilibrium constants of multiple equilibriums. Section 3. Movement of chemical equilibrium. 1. Factors affecting chemical equilibrium. 2. Comprehensive utilization of chemical reaction rate and chemical equilibrium.
Chapter III Basics of Analytical Chemistry Section 1. Tasks and Methods of Analytical Chemistry 1. Tasks of Analytical Chemistry 2. Classification of Analytical Chemistry Methods 3. Representation of Quantitative Analysis Results 4. Quantitative Analysis Process Section 2. Errors of Quantitative Analysis 1. Representation method of errors 2. Classification and sources of errors 3. Methods to improve the accuracy of analysis results Section 3. Significant figures and arithmetic rules 1. Significant figures and arithmetic rules 2. Significant figure rounding rules 3. Significant figure calculation rules 4. Application of effective numerical calculation rules in analysis and testing V. Inspection and selection of outliers Section IV Overview of titration analysis I. Basic terms of titration analysis II. Titration analysis III. Titration analysis requirements for chemical reactions and titration methods IV. 5. Formulation and concentration of standard solutions 5. Formulation of standard solutions 6. Titration analysis and calculation
Chapter 4 Acid-base balance and acid-base titration method Section I acid-base theory I, acid-base ionization theory II, acid-base proton theory Section II acid-base balance and relative strength of acid-base I, acid-base dissociation equilibrium and solution Ionization equilibrium constant 2. Main factors affecting acid-base dissociation equilibrium 3. Calculation of solution acidity Section III. Buffer solution 1. Principle of action of acid-base buffer solution 2. Buffer capacity and buffer range ...
Chapter 5 Precipitation, Dissolution Equilibrium and Precipitation Titration Chapter 6 Redox Equilibrium and Redox Titration Chapter 7 Material Structure Chapter 8 Complexes and Titration Chapter 9 Important Elements and Their Compounds Appendix References