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ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY (II)
Course Description: An introduction to Electrochemistry and Electroanalytical
Techniques. CHEM- 23226
Textbooks:
1- D. A. Skoog, D. M. West, F. J. Holler, and S. R. Crouch: “Fundamental of
Analytical Chemistry”, 8th Edition.
2- Daniel C. Harris , “ Quantitative Chemical Analysis” , 6th or 7th Edition.
Lectures Coverage:
1- Introduction to Electrochemistry
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Oxidation-Reduction reactions, Electrochemical cells, Electrodes potentials, The
Nernst equation,
2- Application of Standard Electrode Potential
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Calculation potentials of electrochemical cells, Calculating redox equilibrium
constants, Redox titration curves, Oxidation- Reduction indicators
3- Applications of Oxidation/Reduction Titrations
- Auxiliary reducing and oxidizing reagents, Applying oxidizing and
reducing agents …
4- Electrode and Potentiometry
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Reference electrodes, Indicator electrodes, Membrane electrodes, The glass
electrode for measuring pH, Liquid- membrane electrodes, Crystalline membrane
electrodes, Ion- selective field effect transistors, Gas sensing probes, Direct
potentiometry, Potentiometric titrations,
5- Bulk Electrolysis: Electrogravimetry and Coulometry
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The effect of current on cell potential, Ohmic potential; IR drop, Polarization
effects, Electrogravimetric methods, Electrogravimetry without Potential Control,
Controlled-Potential Electrogravimetry, Coulometric methods
6- Voltammetry and Electroanalytical Techniques
- Voltammetric electrodes, Voltammograms, linear sweep voltammetry, Hydrodynamic
voltammetry, Polarography, Pulse polarographic and voltammetric methods (Differential
pulse polarography, Square wave polarography, Cyclic voltammetry, Stripping methods),
amperometric
and biamperometric methods,…
7- Conductometric Methods