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Analytical Chemistry(2.0 credits)

Code:10150
Course Type:Basic Specialized Courses
Class Format:Lecture
Course Name : Chemistry
Starts 1 : 2 Autumn Semester
Elective/Compulsory : Compulsory
Lecturer : SAMJESKE Gabor arwed Designated Professor 

•Course Purpose
The course will introduce the fundamentals of analytical chemistry and mainly focuses on classical but still widely
used wet chemical methods, combined with an overview of the instrumental techniques used in contemporary
chemical analysis.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Fundamentals in Chemistry I, II. Laboratory in Chemistry

•Course Topics
Analytical Chemistry will cover the following topics
・Acid - base equilibria
・Precipitation/gravimetry
・Redox equilibria
・Titration
・Spectrochemical methods
・Chromatography

•Textbook
Gary D. Christian; " ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, 7TH EDITION"; 2013; Publication Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley & Sons

•Additional Reading
Jack Barrett, "Inorganic Chemistry in Aqueous Solutions", RSC Publishing, 2003, ISBN 0-85404-471-X

•Grade Assessment
Grading will follow the rules for G30 students who have entered NU before AY2020 (5 letter system):
TOTAL 100% = 100 pts
Grades: "S" = 100 - 90% (> 90 pts), "A" = 89 - 80% ( 9 - 80 pts), "B" = 79 - 70% (79 - 70 pts), "C" = 69 - 60% (69 - 60
pts), "F" = 59 - 0% (< 60 pts)
Face to face classes: Activity, homework: 10%, intermediate exam: 30%, final exam (comprehensive): 60%
On-line classes: Reports: 65%, final exam (on-line): 35% The final exam is mandatory!
Grades are final and calculated on the basis of the performances during class (reports in case of on-line classes) and
in the two exams (one final exam in case of on-line classes) only. There will be no possibility to improve a grade after
the final exam. Students who miss the final exam due to a (documented) illness, injury or other unavoidable reasons
can ask the instructor.

•Notes

•Contacting Faculty
Either after the classes or during the office hours/by email (to be announced)
E-mail: gsamjeske@chem.nagoya-u.ac.jp

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