CHM 311 Analytical Chemistry

Prerequisite: CHM 131 or 134, and completion or waiver of MAT 135 or concurrent enrollment

A study of analytical chemistry theory and methods designed for students who are either Chemistry majors or who desire a 4th term of chemistry as an option in lieu of CHM 345. The material is an extension of the content in CHM 131 and 134 with an emphasis on analytical methods. In particular, topics will include complex equilibria, complex acid-base chemistry, activities, error analysis, calibrations, standardizations, obtaining and preparing samples for analysis, gravimetric methods, titrations, electrochemistry, and chemical instrumentation. This course meets three hours with an additional three-hour laboratory session each week. NOTE: Noncredit for students who have completed CHM 341. 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit