Analytical Chemistry Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology
This course provides an introduction to quantitative chemical analysis, with emphasis on wet chemistry and instrumental methods. Topics in wet chemistry include introduction to analytical chemistry, sampling, sample preparation, data analysis, gravimetric analysis and volumetric analysis. The course also introduces the principles, instrumentation, and application of chromatographic and spectroscopic methods
1. Apply the principles of analytical chemistry common to classical and instrumental methods. 2. Analyze qualitative and quantitative classical and instrumental chemical concepts and trends with understanding and reasoning. 3. Acquire information on the principles, instrumentation, and application of chromatographic and spectroscopic methods. 4. Evaluate methods to solve quantitative chemistry problems and discuss issues related to classical and instrumental analytical chemistry.
Lecture, Tutorial, Problem Solving, Group Assignment
Quiz, Assignment, Test, Final Examination
week 1, week 2, etc.
Online Course Requirement
Dr. Kamyar Shameli
1. Christian, G.D., 2004. Analytical Chemistry. 7th Ed., Wiley International, N.Y. 2. Skoog, D. A. 2004. Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry. 8th Ed., Thomson-Brooks/Cole. 3. Skoog, D. A., West, D.M., Holler, F.J. and Crouch, S.R., 2004. Analytical Chemistry, 8th Ed.,Thomson-Brooks/Cole, CA. 4. MohdMarsinSanagi, AzliSulaiman and Wan Aini Wan Ibrahim. 2004. Principles of ChemicalAnalysis. UTM, Skudai. 5. Higson, S.P.J., 2004. Analytical Chemistry, Oxford University Press, Oxford.Online resources and Journals. 6. On-line Journals in Analytical Chemistry (AnalyticaChimicaActa, Analytical Chemistry, Analyst, Journal of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists, Analytical Chemistry, etc)
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Dr. Kamyar Shameli
Prof. Dr. Mikio Miyake