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Syllabus 2019-20 - 10312002 - Instrumental Analytical Chemistry 1 (Química analítica instrumental I)

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  • Level 3: Tutorial support sessions, materials, exams, seminars and regular lectures in this language
DEGREE: Grado en Químicas
FACULTY: FACULTY OF EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCES

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2019-20
SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: Instrumental Analytical Chemistry 1
CODE: 10312002 ACADEMIC YEAR: 2019-20
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1
ECTS CREDITS: 6.0 YEAR: 2 SEMESTER: SC
 
2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: ORTEGA BARRALES, MARÍA PILAR
DEPARTMENT: U127 - QUIMÍCA FÍSICA Y ANALÍTICA
FIELD OF STUDY: 750 - QUÍMICA ANALÍTICA
OFFICE NO.: B3 - 122 E-MAIL: portega@ujaen.es P: 953-212757
WEBSITE: -
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1
 
NAME: GONZÁLEZ CABRERA, MARIA
DEPARTMENT: U127 - QUIMÍCA FÍSICA Y ANALÍTICA
FIELD OF STUDY: 750 - QUÍMICA ANALÍTICA
OFFICE NO.: B3 - 078 E-MAIL: mgcabrer@ujaen.es P: 953213627
WEBSITE: -
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1
 
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

Lesson 1. Basic concepts about instrumental analytical Chemistry Introduction. Classification of instrumental techniques. The analytical signal. The Signal to- Noise ratio. Analytical propierties of instrumental methods. Calibration of instrumental methods. Lesson 2. An introduction to optical techniques Introduction. Properties of electromagnetic radiation and its interaction witch the matter. Classification of optical techniques: spectroscopic and no spectroscopic. Lesson 3. Basic components of spectroscopic instruments Introduction. Sources of radiantion: continuum, and lines sources, laser. Wavelength selectors: filters and monochromators. Sample containers. Detectors: photon and thermal detectors. Signal processor and readouts devices. Types of spectroscopic instruments. Lesson 4. Molecular absorption spectroscopy Introduction. UV-Vis spectroscopy. Absorption theory. Beer law and its limitations. Instrumentation. Types of instruments. Applications. Infrared spectroscopy. Theory of IR absorption. Instrumentation. Applications. Lesson 5. Molecular luminescence spectroscopy Introduction. Excitationon and deactivation processes: photoluminescence and chemiluminesce. Effect of concentration on luminescence intensity. Photoluminescence instrumentation. Methodology. Analytical applications. Chemiluminiscence. Instrumentation. Applications. Lesson 6. An Introduction to atomic spectroscopy Introduction. Types of atomic spectra. Line broadening. Classification of atomic techniques. A Comparison between atomic and molecular spectroscopy techniques. Lesson 7. Atomic absorption spectroscopy Fundaments. Flame Atomization. Processes in the atomization. Types of flames. Electrothermal Atomization. Graphite furnace. Instrumentation. Interferences. Background correction system. Applications. Other atomization techniques: Hydride and cold vapor atomization Lesson 8. Atomic emission spectroscopy . Flame atomization: flame photometry. Instrumentation. Interferences. Applications. Emission spectroscopy based on plasma sources. Plasma source: characteristics and generation. The inductivety coupled plasma source (ICP). Instrumentation. Applications. Lesson 9. Técnicas ópticas no espectroscópicas Turbidimetry and nephelometry. Fundaments. Reflection and refraction. Instrumentation. Applications. Another techniques. Lesson 10. An introduction to electroanalytical techiques Introduction. Electrochemical cells. Cell and electrode potentials. Current in Electrochemical cells: faradaic and nofaradaic currents. Polarization. Classification of electroanalytical techniques. Lesson 11. Potentiometry General principles. Reference electrodes. Indicator electrodes: metallic and membrane indicator. Ion-selective electrodes. Types of membranes. Instrumentation. Applications: direct potentiometry and potentiometric titration. Lesson 12. Voltammmetry. General principles. Classification: excitation signals. Lineal scan voltammetry with dropping mercury electrode and planar electrode. Instrumentation. Applications. Pulse voltammmetry techniques. Stripping techniques: basic concepts; ssteps; types. Applications. Lesson 13. Others electroanalytical techiques Electrogravimety. General principles. Electrolysis at Constant Applied Potential. Electrolysis at Working Electrode Potential. Instrumentation. Applications. Coulometry. General principles. Coulometric titratios. Instrumentation. Applications. Conductometry. General principles. Instrumentation. Applications. Lesson 14. An introduction to Chemometrics I Chemometrics: concept and trends. Classification. Significances tests: comparison of an experimental mean with a known value. Comparison of two experimental means. Paired t test. Testing for outliers. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) Lesson 15. An introduction to Chemometrics II Univariante Linear calibration. Regression: standard deviation and confidence interval of slope and intercept. Use of regression lines for comparing analytical methods. Weighted regression lines. 

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

The assessment strategy consists in developing both practices of laboratory (15% of the final mark) and individual and collective works( 15% of the final mark ) in order to pass the practical credits; and an exam with theoretical questions (70% of the final mark).

Students with special educational needs should contact the Student Attention Service (Servicio de Atención y Ayudas al Estudiante) in order to receive the appropriate academic support

5. ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY

Class attendance: Seminars and Laboratory experiences - obligatory

6. BOOKLIST
MAIN BOOKLIST:
  • Statistics for analytical chemistry. Edition: 3rd. ed. Author: Miller, J.C.. Publisher: New York, [etc.]: Ellis Horwood : Prentice Hall, 1993  (Library)
  • Analytical chemistry. Edition: 6th ed.. Author: Christian, Gary D.. Publisher: New York [etc.] : John Wiley & Sons, cop. 2004.  (Library)
  • Principles of instrumental analysis. Edition: 6th ed.. Author: Skoog, Douglas A.. Publisher: Belmont, CA: Thomson, cop. 2007  (Library)
  • Chemical analysis: modern instrumental methods and techniques. Edition: English ed. Author: Rouessac, Francis. Publisher: Chichester [etc.]: Wiley, cop. 2000  (Library)