The aim of the course is to provide the student with the basic knowledge necessary to understand the principles of the most common methods of classical and instrumental quantitative analysis. These skills, in general terms, are the following: · Know the problems related to sampling, to the processing of samples to be prepared for analytical procedures, to interference; · Knowing how to use the most appropriate analytical techniques (in relation to those treated); · Knowing how to organize and carry out laboratory activities in conditions of personal and environmental safety. The basic theoretical aspects are treated in the 1st Module; in the 2nd Module the laboratory tutorials are carried out.
Expected learning outcomes
The student will be able to critically discuss most common quantitative analytical techniques, including both classic and instrumental methods. He will also acquire knowledge and skills required to: · solve the problems associated with sampling and treatment of samples · select suitable analytical techniques to solve a given analytical problem · describe an analytical procedure and correctly report an analytical result · organize and carry out laboratory activities following high quality and safety standards.
Lesson period: Second semester
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