Analytical Chemistry
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Analytical Chemistry

BI 1314

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

Text Book of Analytical Chemistry

TY B.Sc. (Pune)

Author : Dr. Bhaskar Zaware, Dr. Shashikant Kuchekar, Dr. Haribhau Aher, Dr. Mohan Sangale, Anita Deshpande.

Book ID : 1314

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1. Gravimetric Analysis

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Common ion effect and solubility product principle

1.3 Conditions for good precipitation

1.4 Factors affecting precipitation

1.5 Super-saturation and precipitation formation

1.6 Precipitation from homogeneous solution

1.7 Co-precipitation, post precipitation and remedies for their minimisation

1.8 Filtration of precipitate

1.9 Washing of the precipitate

1.10 Drying of precipitate

1.11 Ignition of precipitate

1.12 Use of Organic precipitants in inorganic analysis

1.13 Introduction to thermal methods of analysis

2. Electrogravimetry

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Theory of electro-gravimetric analysis

2.3 Electrolytic cell and electrolysis process

2.4 Use and care of electrodes

2.5 Terminology used in electro-gravimetric analysis

2.6 Applications of Electro-gravimetry

2.7 Electrolytic separation of copper and nickel

3. Spectrophotometry

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Electromagnetic Spectrum

3.3 Interaction of Electromagnetic Radiation with Matter

3.4 Mathematical Statement and Derivation of Lambert’s Law and Beer’s Law

3.5 Terminology involved in Spectrophotometric Analysis

3.6 Spectrophotometry-Instrumentation

3.7 Instrumentation of Single and Double beam Spectrophotometers

3.8 Principle of Additivity of Absorbance and Simultaneous Determination

3.9 Qualitative Analysis

3.10 Experimental Applications

4. Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Principle

4.3 Instrumentation

4.4 Nebulizer

4.5 Monochromators

4.6 Detectors

4.7 Amplifier

4.8 Read out device

4.9 Measurement of absorbance of atomic species by AAS

4.10 Interferences

4.11 Applications of AAS

5. Flame Emission Spectroscopy

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Theory of Atomic Emission Spectroscopy

5.3 Instrumentation of Single Beam Flame Emission Spectroscopy

5.4 Interferences in flame emission spectroscopy

5.5 Qualitative and quantitative applications of flame emission spectroscopy

6. Nephelometry and Turbidimetry

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Principle

6.3 Comparison between Techniques

6.4 Choice between Nephelometry and Turbidimetry

6.5 Theory of Nephelometry and Turbidimetry

6.6 Instrumentation

6.7 Applications of Nephelometry and Turbidimetry

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