Knowledge of the fundamentals in analytical chemistry. Understanding of titration procedures based on precipitation reactions, acid-base reactions, complex-formation reactions, and redox reactions. Understanding of electroanalytical methods. Knowledge about fundamentals of molecular and atomic spectroscopy.
Tools in the analytical laboratory; Fundamentals of precipitation titrations, acid-base titrations, complexometric titrations, redox titrations (including calculations of titration curves, detection of end points, applications); Theory of potentiometry (redox potential, electromotive force, electrodes of the first and second kind, redox electrodes, indicator and reference electrodes), applications of potentiometry (pH electrode, ion-selective electrodes, potentiometric titrations); Amperometric sensors, amperometric titrations; Coulometric Titrations; Conductometric analysis; Introduction to spectroscopy, instrumentation for molecular absorption spectroscopy in the UV-visible range, atomic spectroscopy, fluorescence spectroscopy; Immunoassays; sum parameters.
- Teacher: Markus Himmelsbach