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Department of Chemistry University of Kentucky CHE 226 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory Fall 2010 Laboratory Syllabus CHE 226 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY SYLLABUS Fall 2010 Laboratory : Mondays (for Sections 1&3) and Tuesdays (for Sections 2&4), 1-4:50 pm, CP 236 Pre-Lab Recitation : Mondays (for Sections 1 & 3) and Tuesdays (for Sections 2 & 4), 1- 1:50 pm, CP-208 Instructor: Dr. Jason DeRouchey - Office: CP 184A - Office hours: Tuesday & Thursday 10:30 am – 12:00 noon or by appointment (send an email to arrange meeting). - E-mail: [email protected] (All emails sent to the instructor must have 226 in the Subject header line) Lab Hours : Sections 1 & 3 - Mondays, 1:50-4:50 pm, CP 236 Sections 2 & 4 - Tuesdays, 1:50-4:50 pm, CP 236 Teaching and Laboratory Assistants : Pauline Stratman, Brent Casper, Ting Wang TEACHING ASSISTANT CONTACT INFORMATION Ting Wang Brent Casper Pauline Stratman Office CP106 A061 (ASTeCC) Sander’s Brown Rm 125 Phone 859-285-9637 859-218-6551 859-257-1412 x 247 E-mail [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] Office Hours Fri 1-4 Mon 11-12, Wed 10-12 Mon 10-11, Wed 3-4, Thu 2-3Department of Chemistry University of Kentucky CHE 226 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory Fall 2010 Laboratory Syllabus LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS Expt. 3 Credit Students 4 Credit Students Grader 1 Laboratory Techniques Laboratory Techniques Ting Wang 2 Gravimetric Chloride Analysis Gravimetric Chloride Analysis Brent Casper 3 Complexometric Titration of Zinc with EDTA Complexometric Titration of Zinc with EDTA Pauline Stratman 4 Determination of Sodium by Flame Atomic-Emission Spectroscopy Determination of Sodium by Flame Atomic-Emission Spectroscopy Ting Wang 5 Molecular Adsorption Spectroscopy: Determination of Iron with 1,10-Phenanthroline Molecular Adsorption Spectroscopy: Determination of Iron with 1,10-Phenanthroline Brent Casper 6 Molecular Fluorescene Spectroscopy: Quinine Assay Molecular Fluorescene Spectroscopy: Quinine Assay Pauline Stratman 7 ----- Identifying a Substance by Acid-Base Titration Ting Wang 8 ----- Determination of Copper by Electrogravimetry Pauline Stratman 9 ----- Kinetic Methods of Analysis: Determination of Glucose Brent Casper TENTATIVE LABORATORY SCHEDULE The schedule below is very rough and very tentative. For example, it may take greater or lesser amounts of time to provide you an overview of the experiments. The instrumental experiments will be scheduled for you on a specific date later in the semester, and will take only one lab period to complete. However, owing to a lack of equipment, students will be rotated through the experiments. You may be scheduled early in the semester, late in the semester, or both. You are largely “on your own” for Experiments 1-3 (and 7 for the 4-credit students). You must plan ahead and prepare well ahead of time to get them completed in a timely manner. It may take you greater or lesser amounts of time to get them done than the tentative schedule indicates. The days on which the Pre-Lab Lectures will be given may likely vary. Just keep coming to CP- 208 at 1 pm unless informed otherwise. While the overall situation in the 226 Laboratory may sound complicated, this is a good experience for you in your future career. Life, even life in a lab, is a lot like this. Professionals have to plan well ahead and then invariably adapt, often to last-minute or emergency situations.Department of Chemistry University of Kentucky CHE 226 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory Fall 2010 Laboratory Syllabus Monday Tuesday Pre-Lab Lecture Topics CP 208In Lab CP 236 08/30 08/31 Lab Syllabus Check in procedure Lab Techniques Tour of the Lab Check in Clean out locker thoroughly Submit Cl-unknown container Begin Lab Techniques 09/13 09/14 Gravimetric Chloride Analysis Lab Techniques Crush/dry chloride unknown Clean crucibles, dry in oven Submit Zn unknown container 09/20 09/21 Gravimetric Chloride Analysis Complexometric Titration of Zinc with EDTA Weigh out/precipitate/dry chloridesamples Finish Lab Techniques Prepare EDTA solution 09/27 09/28 Complexometric Titration of Zinc with EDTA Finish Lab Techniques Prepare Ca standard solution Standardize EDTA solution 10/04 10/05 Acid-Base Titration Finish Gravimetric Cl- Titrate Zn Unknown Submit Acid unknown container Prepare KHP standard solution 10/11 10/12 Acid-Base Titration Finish Gravimetric Cl- Prepare/standardize NaOH solution 10/18 10/19 Determination of Sodium by Flame Atomic-Emission Spectroscopy Titrate unknown acid Submit Na unknown container 10/25 10/26 Molecular Fluorescene Spectroscopy: Quinine Assay Finish Na unknown Instrumental experiments 11/01 11/02 Molecular Adsorption Spectroscopy: Determination of Iron with 1,10-Phenanthroline Complete first 4 experiment Instrumental experiments 11/08 11/09 4-credit: Determination of Copper by Electrogravimetry Instrumental experiments 11/15 11/16 4-credit: Kinetic Methods of Analysis: Determination of Glucose Instrumental experiments 11/22 11/23 No Pre-lab lecture Instrumental experiments 11/29 11/30 No Pre-lab lecture CHECK OUT ONLY *September 6/7, Labor Day- Academic HolidayDepartment of Chemistry University of Kentucky CHE 226 Analytical Chemistry Laboratory Fall 2010 Laboratory Syllabus OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION - See the CHE 226 website (http://www.chem.uky.edu/courses/che226/) or Blackboard (when it’s updated): Guide for Complete Lab Reports, including samples  Safety in the Analytical Laboratory  Laboratory Fees  List of Containers for Unknown Samples  Using Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs)  Procedures for Individual Laboratory Experiments SOME IMPORTANT DATES FOR THE CHE 226 LABORATORY  Monday, August 30 First day of Classes  Tuesday, August 31 Last day to ADD a class for the Spring 2010 Semester.  Monday, September 6 Labor Day - Academic Holiday  Wednesday, September 15 Last day to DROP a course withdraw without it appearing on your transcript. Last day to change grading option (P/F, Credit/Audit).  Monday, October 18 Midterm of 2010 Fall Semester  Friday, November 5 Last day to WITHDRAW from a course with a W. After this date, can withdraw only for “urgent non-academic reasons”.  November 24-27 Thanksgiving, Academic Holiday  Tuesday, November 30 Last day the CHE 226


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