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Analytical Chemistry

by: Holden Abbott

Analytical Chemistry CHEM 321

Holden Abbott
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Stephen Wolf

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Holden Abbott on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CHEM 321 at Indiana State University taught by Stephen Wolf in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see /class/222231/chem-321-indiana-state-university in Chemistry at Indiana State University.


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Date Created: 10/12/15
Chem 321 Handout 1 Analytical Chemistry Terminology sample the object to be analyzed sampling the process of collecting a sample of small mass representative of the whole sample analysis the process of separating a sample into its constituents in order to facilitate the determination of some property of a sample analyte component or property of a sample that is of interest determine to measure some property of a sample that allows the identity or the magnitude of a property or an amount of a one or more component in a sample procedure the exact steps used to perform an analysis or determination qualitative analysis the determination of the identity of the analytes in a sample quantitative analysis the determination of the amount of one or more components in a sample assay to determine how much of a given sample is the material indicated by its name interference a component of the sample that causes an error in the determination of another component matrix all of the components in the sample usually used to refer to components other than the analyte selectivity the ability of an analytical method to distinguish between analyte and other components in the sample avoiding interference Also called specificity replicate a separate portion of a sample carried through an analytical procedure at the same time calibration determining the proportionality m between an instrument response Y and concentration CA YmCA blank a sample containing all components of the sample except the analyte heterogeneous identity or magnitude of one or more properties or components of a sample are not constant throughout the sample homogeneous identity or magnitude of one or more properties or components of a sample are constant throughout the sample Basic Steps in Performing an Analysis Prepare 5m ple s for analysis Homogernze Change form


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