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Preface

About the Companion Website

Part I: Quantitative Analysis Using Reactions That Go to “Completion”

Chapter 1: Making Measurements

1. Introduction

An overview of measurement techniques in quantitative analysis.

2. GLP and Other Important Acronyms

Explanation of Good Laboratory Practice and key acronyms used in the field.

3. Precision and Random Error

Discusses the importance of precision in measurements and how to manage random errors.

4. Discarding a Suspected Outlier

Guidelines for identifying and handling outliers in data.

5. Calibration

Techniques and importance of calibrating instruments and measurements.

6. Maintaining Accurate Results

Methods for ensuring accuracy in quantitative analysis.

Practice Exercises

Exercises to reinforce concepts and techniques from this chapter.

Chapter 2: Sample Preparation, Extractions, and Chromatography

1. Sampling and Control Samples

The process of obtaining representative samples and using control samples.

2. Sample Preparation

Steps involved in preparing samples for analysis.

3. Solvents and Solutions

Basics of using solvents and preparing solutions.

4. Introduction to Solubility

Fundamentals of solubility and its significance in extractions.

5. Extraction and Partitioning Theory

Theories behind extraction methods and partitioning.

6. Introduction to Stationary Phases

Understanding stationary phases in chromatography.

7. Solid-Phase Extraction (SPE)

Techniques and applications of SPE.

8. Column Chromatography

Principles and practices of column chromatography.

Practice Exercises

Exercises to practice skills learned in sample preparation and chromatography.

Chapter 3: Classical Methods

1. Introduction

Overview of classical methods in quantitative analysis.

2. Review of Chemical Reactions

Key chemical reactions used in classical methods.

3. Reactions in Aqueous Solution

Behavior and analysis of reactions occurring in aqueous solutions.

4. Gravimetry

Methods of quantitative analysis based on mass measurement.

5. Titration

Techniques and principles of titration.

6. Titration Curves

Interpretation and use of titration curves.

7. Coulometry

Electrochemical methods for measuring the amount of substance.

Practice Exercises

Exercises focusing on classical methods and their applications.

Chapter 4: Molecular Spectroscopy

1. Introduction

Basics of molecular spectroscopy.

2. Properties of EM Radiation

Characteristics of electromagnetic radiation relevant to spectroscopy.

3. Electromagnetic Spectrum

Overview of the EM spectrum and its segments.

4. Spectroscopic Transitions

Types of transitions observed in spectroscopy.

5. UV/Vis Absorption Spectroscopy

Principles and applications of UV/Vis absorption spectroscopy.

6. UV/Vis Instrumentation

Equipment used in UV/Vis spectroscopy.

7. Beer–Lambert Law

Explanation and use of the Beer–Lambert law in quantitative analysis.

8. Molecular Fluorescence

Principles and applications of fluorescence in molecular spectroscopy.

Practice Exercises

Exercises to apply concepts of molecular spectroscopy.

Part II: Reactions That Do Not Go to “Completion.” Equilibria in Aqueous Solutions

Chapter 5: Acid–Base Equilibria and Activity

1. Acids and Bases

Definitions and properties of acids and bases.

2. Weak Acids and Weak Bases

Behavior of weak acids and bases in equilibrium.

3. Water and Kw

The ionization of water and its equilibrium constant.

4. Acid Strength

Factors influencing the strength of acids.

5. The Concept of Activity

Understanding activity in the context of equilibria.

6. Acid–Base Equilibrium Calculations

Methods for calculating acid-base equilibria.

Practice Exercises

Exercises to reinforce understanding of acid-base equilibria.

Chapter 6: Buffer Solutions and Polyprotic Acids

1. Buffer Solutions

Preparation and use of buffer solutions.

2. Alpha Fraction Plots

Use of alpha fraction plots in understanding buffer systems.

3. Weak Acid Titration Curve

Interpretation of titration curves for weak acids.

4. Polyprotic Acids

Behavior and analysis of polyprotic acids.

Practice Exercises

Exercises on buffer solutions and polyprotic acids.

Chapter 7: Metal–Ligand Complexation

1. Complex Terminology

Key terms in metal-ligand complexation.

2. Complex Equilibria

Equilibrium considerations in complex formation.

3. Competing Equilibria

Impact of competing equilibria on complexation.

4. Stepwise Complexation

Stepwise formation and analysis of complexes.

5. Immunoassays

Use of immunoassays in complexation studies.

Practice Exercises

Exercises on metal-ligand complexation principles.

Chapter 8: Precipitation Equilibria

1. Precipitate Equilibrium

Fundamentals of precipitation equilibria.

2. Molar Solubility

Calculations involving molar solubility.

3. Common-Ion Effect

Influence of common ions on solubility.

4. Precipitation and Competing Equilibria

Interactions between precipitation and other equilibria.

5. Drinking Water

Relevance of precipitation equilibria to water quality analysis.

Practice Exercises

Exercises to practice precipitation equilibria concepts.

Part III: Instrumental Methods and Analytical Separations

Chapter 9: Electroanalytical Chemistry

1. Introduction

Basics of electroanalytical methods.

2. Standard Reduction Potentials

Understanding and using standard reduction potentials.

3. Using Half Reactions

Application of half reactions in analysis.

4. Background on Spontaneous Reactions and Equilibrium

Relationship between spontaneous reactions and equilibrium.

5. Reaction Energies, Voltages, and the Nernst Equation

Calculations involving reaction energies and voltages.

6. Electrochemical Cells

Structure and function of electrochemical cells.

7. Potentiometry

Techniques and applications of potentiometry.

8. Ion-Selective Electrodes (ISE)

Use of ion-selective electrodes in analysis.

9. Voltammetry

Principles and applications of voltammetry.

Practice Exercises

Exercises on electroanalytical chemistry.

Chapter 10: Atomic Spectrometry

1. Atomization

Process and significance of atomization in spectrometry.

2. Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS)

Techniques and applications of AAS.

3. Atomic Emission Spectrometry (AES)

Principles of AES.

4. Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS)

Advanced techniques in mass spectrometry.

5. Other Mass Spectrometer Designs

Overview of various mass spectrometry designs.

Practice Exercises

Exercises on atomic spectrometry techniques.

Chapter 11: Molecular Structure Determination

1. Introduction

Methods for determining molecular structure.

2. Molecular Mass Spectrometry

Principles and applications of molecular mass spectrometry.

3. Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR)

Basics of FTIR.

4. FTIR Instrumentation

Equipment and techniques used in FTIR.

5. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (NMR)

Fundamentals of NMR spectroscopy.

6. NMR Instrumentation

Equipment and methods used in NMR analysis.

Practice Exercises

Exercises to practice molecular structure determination.

Chapter 12: Analytical Separations

1. Thin-Layer Chromatography

Techniques and applications of TLC.

2. Chromatogram Terminology

Key terms and concepts in chromatography.

3. Separation Efficiency

Factors affecting separation efficiency.

4. Gas Chromatography (GC)

Principles and practices of GC.

5. Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS)

Combined techniques of GC-MS.

6. High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)

Techniques and applications of HPLC.

7. Electrophoresis

Principles and methods of electrophoresis.

Practice Exercises

Exercises to apply analytical separation techniques.

Index

A comprehensive index to quickly locate topics within the book.

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