4/28 CHAPTER 13 AND 14 Note the three types of endpoint detection-Volhard, Adsorption indicator and Mohr. Fig 9-5 shows how mixtures can be determined. Table 13-3 gives some of the possible ions that are determined by this method of titration.
4/30 CHAPTER 13 AND CHAPTER 14 DUE: TO BE assigned. STUDY: p.301: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
What is EDTA? Does the pH of the solution have any changes in what can be titrated with EDTA? See p.298. Is there a universal indicator for EDTA? Especially note section 13B-6. Note the four types of EDTA Titrations. Read about complexometric titrations in a second book. What is hard water? What is the scope of EDTA titrations? What is a masking agent? What is an interfering element?
5/2 LITERATURE OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY; REAL LIFE SAMPLES AND SAMPLING DUE:Six Problems on EDTA and Chloride Unk Report at 4:30 PM with lab book. READ APPENDIX 1 and read the materials on Real Life Samples. The last pages of your lab book is a good place to begin. Can you find Dr. Sherren's article on Real Life Samples in the July 1991 issue of Journal of Chemical Education?
5/4 Quiz #4, Literature of Analytical Chemistry and Electrochemistry Chapter 15
DUE: List of terms from Ch.15 that are new to you STUDY: WHAT YOU NEED TO REVIEW & p.301: 12, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23 Types of oxidizing reagents and reducing agent. Think about the uses of direct, indirect and back titrations. Know the difference between iodimetry and iodometry.
5/7 Chapter 15 and 16 Electrochemistry and Oxidation Reduction
DUE: Library Assignment & STUDY To be assigned
5/9 OXIDATION REDUCTION CH. 17 DUE: from redox sheet
5/11 OXIDATION REDUCTION CH. 17 DUE from redox sheet
5/14 Electrochemistry or Spectra CH. 20 Quiz 5
DUE: REAL LIFE PROPOSALS and from redox sheet
see details for 5/17
5/16 SPECTROPHOTOMETRY Ch.20, AND QUIZ 5 ON oxidn/redn & electrochem
DUE: and STUDY: To be assigned and a list of new terms about Spectra
Terms: Absorbance, A; absorptivity, a; Angstrom, Ao; Ashing; Beer's Law: A=abc or A=e bc; Molar absorpitivity, e ; Nanometer, nm; Transmittance, T; Components: Cells, Detector, Monochromator, Source, Read-out; Visible, Ultraviolet, Infrared.
FOR 5/18 SPECTROPHOTOMETRY Ch 22,24.
DUE: To be assigned STUDY: as needed. Remember Lab closes as near 4:00 PM as possible.
FOR 5/21 Review and Separations Ch. 32: and Quiz 6 Spec Due: to be assigned
STUDY: Terms-Distribution coefficient, Distribution Law, Distribution ratio, Craig Extraction Review what is needed and the types of extractions and separations.
FOR 5/23 TEST #2 ALL MATERIAL FROM 4/26 TO DATE, ALSO LABS
5/25 SEPARATIONS CONTINUED
MAY 28 MEMORIAL DAY - A HOLIDAY HAVE A SAFE FUN DAY!!!
5/30 COURSE EVALUATIONS AND REAL LIFE PRESENTATIONS BY STUDENTS
6/1 REAL LIFE PRESENTATIONS BY STUDENTS
6/4 AT 10:30 AM FINAL EXAMINATION EVERYTHING AND 2 HOURS