QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS CHEM 315
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Date Created: 10/21/15
Study Miole First Quarter Exam Febmwazry 9 2 Format 4 questions each worth 25 points First question is on de nitions second question on concepts and the 3rd and 4th questions are mathematical problems Definitions Check glossary G1 to G20 in a speci c context not memorized Chapter 1 qualitative and quantitative analysis analyte gravimetric and volumetric methods heterogeneous homogeneous replicate samples assay interferences assay replicate samples interferent speci c and selective analytical methods Chapter 2 1 primary standard 2 liter pipet meniscus parallaX buret 3 titration Chapter 4 0 SI units Mole text glossary not correct Avogadro Hypothesis Internet Molar concentration analytical molarity equilibrium molarity ww vv wv Ppm Ppb pfunction 0 molecular formula structural formula Concepts Chapter 1 The steps in a chemical analysis applied to o the Kjeldahl method for the analysis of nitrogen in food products 0 The deer kill story depicted in the text p 12 o The pregnancy test presented by cell 1 Chapter 2 o How the electronic balance works 0 Sources of systematic error in the Kjeldahl method Problems Chapter 4 o Moles H g o Moles H g H analytical molarity 0 ww vv wv calculations 0 pfunction H concentration
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