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SYBSc Semester III

CH-304 | Basic Analytical Chemistry (SEC)

S.Y.B.Sc. | Sem III | Chemistry

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S.Y.B.Sc. | Sem III | CH-304
Basic Analytical Chemistry (SEC)

We are very glad to present this book on “Basic Analytical Chemistry’’ in the hands of S.Y.B.Sc. students and teachers. The book is strictly written according to the CBCS pattern syllabus framed by the board of studies in Chemistry, KBC NMU Jalgaon, for Second year B.Sc to be implemented from June 2019 and is written in very simple language giving exhaustive details. Questions of various types are included at the end of each chapter. This will help in generating interest and thorough understanding of the subject. We hope, this book will be useful for students and teachers.


Unit 1 Introduction
1.1 Introduction to Analytical Chemistry
1.2 Types of Analysis-Qualitative and Quantitative analysis
1.3 Concept of sampling – 1.3.1 Sampling procedure 1.3.2 Types of Sampling Procedure
1.4 Accuracy and Precision – 1.4.1 Accuracy 1.4.2 Precision
1.5 Significant Figures
1.6 Rounding off
1.7 Errors – 1.7.1 Classification of errors 1.7.2 Minimization of errors
1.8 Good laboratory practices

Unit 2 Acid Base Titrations
2.1 Principle of Acid-Base titrations
2.2 Acid Base Indicators – 2.2.1 Henderson Hasselbalch equation 2.2.2 Transition range of indicators
2.3 Strong acid strong base titration -2.3.1 Nature of titration curve (Neutralization curve) 2.3.2 Selection of indicators 2.3.3 Calculation of PH during strong acid strong base titration
2.4 Weak acid strong base titration – 2.4.1 Nature of titration curve (Neutralization curve) 2.4.2 Selection of indicators 2.4.3 Calculation of PH during weak acid strong base titration
2.5 Applications of acid base titrations.

Unit 3 Precipitation Titrations
3.1 Principle
3.2 Precipitation titration curve
3.3 Use of indicators in Detection of end point
3.4 Preparation of AgNO3 solution
3.5 Standardisation of AgNO3 solution by mohr’s method
3.6 Estimation of chlorides by Fajan’s method
3.7 Applications of precipitation titrations.

Unit 4 Chromatography
4.1 Introduction – 4.1.1 Advantages of chromatography 4.1.2 Disadvantages of chromatography
4.2 Principle of chromatography
4.3 Classification of chromatographic methods
4.4 Paper chromatography (PC)- 4.4.1 Principle of paper chromatography 4.4.2 Technique of paper chromatography 4.4.3 Rf Value 4.4.4 Factors affecting Rf value 4.4.5 Types of paper chromatography 4.4.6. Separation of Metal ions paper chromatography 4.4.7 Applications of paper chromatography
4.5 Thin layer chromatography (TLC) -4.5.1 Principle and tech nique of thin layer chromatography 4.5.2 Applications of TLC.
4.6 Ion exchange (Column) chromatography- 4.6.1 Ion exchange Resins 4.6.2 Technique 4.6.3 Applications of ion exchange chromatography


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