Higher science and engineering courses counseling books analytical chemistry study guide Author: East China University of Technology research group Analytical Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Sichuan University basic courses teaching base compiled Publication date: 2011 Edition Description "Analytical Chemistry Study Guide" is the general higher education "Eleventh "Five" national supporting teaching materials "analytical chemistry" (sixth edition) supporting teaching aids. Corresponding to the main textbook, each chapter of the Analytical Chemistry Study Guide is divided into four parts: the main content and key difficulties, some thinking questions, exercises, and exercises. "Analytical Chemistry Study Guide" can be used as a teaching reference book for analytical chemistry courses in chemistry, chemical engineering, pharmaceuticals, materials chemistry, pharmacy, environmental chemistry, pesticides and other related majors.
Introduction to Chapter 2 Statistical Processing of Errors and Analytical Data 2-1 Summary and Key Difficulties I. Errors in Quantitative Analysis II. Data Processing of Analysis Results III. Significant Numbers and Operation Rules IV. Regression Analysis of Standard Curve 2 -2 Answers to some thinking questions 2-3 Answers to exercises 2-4 Exercises Chapter 3 Titration analysis 3-1 Summary and key difficulties I. Basic concepts II. Classification of titration analysis and conditions for titration reaction III. Standard solution IV 5. Standard solution concentration expression method 5. Calculation of titration analysis results 3-2 Part of thinking questions 3-3 Exercises 3-4 Exercises Chapter 4 Acid-base titration method 4-1 Summary and key difficulties I. Acid-base balance The theoretical basis 2. Distribution curve 3. Calculation of pH of acid-base solution 4. Method of indicating the endpoint of acid-base titration 5. Titration of monobasic acid-base 6. Titration of polybasic acid and mixed acid 7. Application of acid-base titration method 8. Preparation and calibration of acid-base standard solution IX. Calculation of acid-base titration result 4-2 Part of thinking problem solution 4-3 Exercise solution 4-4 Exercise problem Chapter 5 Coordination titration method 5-1 Summary and key points I. EDTA Complexes with metal ions and their stability 2. Influence of external conditions on the stability of EDTA and metal ion complexes 3. Titration curve 4. Metal indicator 5. Titration of mixed ions 6. Method of coordination titration 5- 2 Answers to some thinking questions 5-3 Answers to exercises 5-4 Exercises Chapter 6 Oxidation-reduction titration 6-1 Summary and key difficulties I. Balance of oxidation-reduction reaction 2. Rate of oxidation-reduction reaction 3. Oxidation-reduction titration process and Determination of End Point 4. Pretreatment in Redox Titration 5. Application of Redox Titration 6. Calculation of Redox Titration Results 6-2 Part of Thinking Questions 6-3 Exercises 6-4 Exercises Chapter 7 Weight Analysis Method and Precipitation Titration Method 7-1 Summary and Key Difficulties I. Overview of Gravimetric Method II. Requirements for Gravimetric Analysis of Precipitation III. Completeness of Precipitation and Factors Affecting Solubility of Precipitate IV. Factors Affecting Precipitation Purity V. Precipitation Conditions for Formation and Precipitation 6. Calculation of Gravimetric Analysis Results 7. Precipitation Titration Method 7-2 Part Thinking Questions 7-3 Exercise Solutions 7-4 Exercises Chapter 8 Potential Analysis 8-1 Executive summary and key difficulties 1. Measurement of pH glass electrode and solution pH 2. Measurement of fluoride ion selective electrode and aF (cF) 3. Performance parameters of ion selective electrode 4. Potentiometric method and potentiometric titration Method 8-2 Partial Thinking Questions 8-3 Problem Solving 8-4 Exercises Chapter 9 Absorptiometry 9-1 Summary and Key Difficulties I. Selective absorption of light by matter II. Basic laws of light absorption-- Lambert-Beer's law 3. Reasons for deviation from Lambert-Beer's law 4. Photometer and its basic components 5. Selection of color rendering reaction and color development conditions 6. Selection of absorbance measurement conditions 7. Application of absorbance photometry 8. Introduction to Ultraviolet Absorption Spectroscopy IX. Introduction to Molecular Luminescence Analysis 9-2 Partial Thinking Questions 9-3 Exercises 9-4 Exercises Chapter 10 Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy 10-1 Summary and Key Difficulties I. Basic Concepts II. Basic Contents 10-2 Partial Thinking Questions 10-3 Exercise Questions 10-4 Exercises Chapter 11 Gas Chromatography and High Performance Liquid Chromatography 11-1 Summary and Key Difficulties I. Theoretical Basis for Chromatographic Analysis II. Qualitative Chromatography And quantitative Method III. Gas Chromatographic Analysis Method IV. High Performance Liquid Chromatography Analysis Method 11-2 Partial Thinking Questions 11-3 Problem Solving 11-4 Exercises Chapter 12 Introduction to Spectrum Analysis 12-1 Summary and Key Difficulties I. Infrared Spectroscopy 2. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy 3. Organic Mass Spectroscopy 4. Comprehensive Application of Spectroscopy 12-2 Partial Thinking Solutions 12-3 Exercise Solutions 12-4 Exercises Chapter 13 Methods of Separation and Enrichment in Analytical Chemistry 13-1 Summary and key difficulties 1. Overview 2. Precipitation and separation 3. Solvent extraction and separation 4. Chromatographic separation 5. Capillary electrophoresis 13-2 Answers to some of the questions 13-3 Exercises 13-4 Exercises Appendix Exercises Reference Chapter 2 Statistical processing of errors and analytical data. Exercises. Reference answers. Chapter 3. Titration analysis exercises. Reference answers. Chapter 4. Acid-base titration exercises. Reference answers. Chapter 5. Coordination titration exercises. Reference answers. Chapter 6. Oxidation. Reduction Titration Exercises Reference Answers Chapter 7 Gravimetric Analysis and Precipitation Titration Exercises Reference Answers Chapter 8 Potential Analysis Method Exercises Reference Answers Chapter 9 Absorptiometry Exercises Reference Chapter 10 Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy Exercises Reference Answers Chapter 11 Gas Chromatography and High Performance Liquid Chromatography Exercises Reference Answers Chapter 12 Introduction to Spectrum Analysis Exercises Reference Answers Chapter 13 Separation in Analytical Chemistry Reference answers to exercises with enrichment methods