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Analytical Chemistry

BI 1338

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According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2010 PUNE, Maharashtra (INDIA)

Text Book of Analytical Chemistry

TY B.Sc. Sem -II (Pune)

Author : Dr. B. Zaware, Dr. S. Kuchekar, Dr. H. Aher, Dr. M. Sangale, Anita Deshpande.

Book ID : 1338

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Contents

 

1. Polarography

1.1 Introduction to Voltammetric Methods of Analysis 

1.2 Principles of Polarographic Analysis 

1.3 Dropping Mercury Electrode (D.M.E)   

1.4 Instrument and Working of Polarographic Apparatus

1.5 Ilkovic Equation and Quantitative Analysis 

1.6 Polarogram and Chemical Analysis     

1.7 Analysis of Mixture of Cations 

1.8 Factors affecting Polarographic Wave 

1.9 Quantitative Applications

1.9.1 Inorganic Applications 

1.9.2 Organic Applications   

2. pH-Metry

2.1 Introduction 

2.2 Potentiometric Method of Determination of pH     

2.3 Comparison between pH Metry and Potentiometer    

2.4 Electrode System   

2.4.1 Glass Electrode  

2.4.2 Calomel Electrode

2.5 Instrumentation of pH Meter and Measurement of pH

2.5.1 Instrument of pH Meter 

2.5.2 Measurement of pH

2.6 Applications of pH Metric Titration  

3. Chromatographic Analysis

3.1 Introduction 

3.2 Classification of Chromatography     

3.3 Match - Box Model  

3.4 Principles of Chromatographic Analysis     

3.5 Theoretical Plates and Column Efficiency   

3.6 Different Chromatographic Techniques 

3.6.1 Column Chromatography  

3.6.2 Partition Chromatography     

3.6.3 Ion-Exchange Chromatography  

3.6.4 Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC)    

3.6.5 Paper Chromatography   

4. Electrophoresis

4.1 Introduction 

4.2 Principle and Theory of Electrophoresis    

4.2.1 Principle  

4.2.2 Theory of Electrophoresis    

4.3 Types of Electrophoresis 

4.3.1 Moving Boundary Electrophoresis    

4.3.2 Zone Electrophoresis or Electrochromatography  

4.3.3 Disc Electrophoresis   

4.3.4 Curtain Electrophoresis

4.3.5 Steady State Electrophoresis 

4.4 Applications of Electrophoresis

5. Gas Chromatography

5.1 Introduction 

5.2 Separation - Mechanism involved in GSC and GLC   

5.2.1 Principle  

5.2.2 GSC and GLC

5.3 Instrumentation of Gas Chromatography

5.4 Working of Gas Chromatography  

5.5 Gas Chromatogram and Qualitative – Quantitative Analysis     

5.6 Applications of Gas Chromatography   

6. High Performance Liquid Chromatography

6.1 Introduction 

6.2 Need of Liquid Chromatography  

6.3 Separation Mechanism involved in Adsorption and Partition HPLC

6.4 Instrumentation and Working of HPLC  

6.4.1 Basic Components 

6.4.2 Advantages of HPLC     

6.5 Applications of HPLC     

6.6 Introduction to Supercritical Fluid Chromatography     

6.6.1 Instrumentation and Operating Variables  

6.6.2 Applications of SFC    

7. Mass Spectrometry

7.1 Introduction 

7.2 Principle of Mass Spectrometry 

7.3 Instrumentation    

7.4 Mass Analyzers     

7.5 Ion Collectors or Detectors    

7.6 Mass Spectrum - Terminology involved and Chemical Analysis   

7.7 Applications of Mass SpeCtrometry    

7.8 Hyphenated Techniques

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