This is a survey course addressing fundamental principles of chemical analysis. Topics include the analytical process, concentration units and conversions, experimental error, statistical treatment of data, calibration methods, and an overview of spectroscopic and chromatographic instrumental methods. The laboratory component emphasizes the statistical treatment of data generated through titrimetric, gravimetric, and instrumental methods. Four-hour lecture, three-hour lab. Prerequisites: CHM 27202 and CHM 27303.
Offered Fall for 5 Semester hours.