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Analytical Chemistry I (Fundamental Chemistry)


Numbering Code
  • U-ENG27 27202 LJ60
Term 2020/Second semester
Number of Credits 2 credits
Course Type Lecture
Target Student Undergraduate
Language Japanese
Day/Period Tue.2
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Professor SAKKA TETSUO
  • Institute of Advanced Energy, Professor NOHIRA TOSHIYUKI
  • Institute for Integrated Radiation and Nuclear Science, Associate Professor OKI YUUICHI
  • Graduate School of Global Environmental Studies, Professor ABE TAKESHI
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Associate Professor NISHI NAOYA
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Associate Professor KOBAYASHI YOUJI
Outline and Purpose of the Course The solution equilibria that are important not only for introductory analytical chemistry but also for the fundamentals of chemistry, in general, such as acid-base equilibrium, complex formation, precipitation, and oxidation-reduction equilibrium, are the subjects of this course.
Course Goals Not only the understanding of the basics of solution equilibria and the capability of solving related problems, but the appreciation of the relationship of the solution equilibria with other disciplines of chemistry and science, in general, will be targeted.
Schedule and Contents Intriduction to chemical equilibrium,2times,
Acid-base equilibrium,5times,
Precipitation equilibrium,1time,
Complexation equilibrium,2times,
Oxidation-recduction equilibrium,4times,
Grading Policy Grading is based on the examination held at the end of the semester. The attendance rate and the reports submitted during the course may be counted in evaluation.
Prerequisites None
  • Daniel C. Harris, Quantitative Chemical Analysis, 9th ed., Freeman (2016) isbn{}{9781464135385}