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Course title -
Course code KCH/ANC1C
Organizational form of instruction Lecture
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 3
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
  • Křížek Martin, prof. Ing. CSc.
Course content
1. Sampling, sample handling 2. Sample decomposition and preparation prior to analysis 3. Classical detection methods, Fresenius system 4. Gravimetric methods, TGA, DTA 5. Aqueous solution equilibria 6. pH, calculations, activity, distribution coefficient 7. Buffer solutions, solving multiple equilibrium problems 8. Neutralization titrations 9. Oxidation/reduction titrations 10. Applications of redox titrations, complex-formation titrations 11. Precipitation titrimetry 12. Classical separation methods 13. Extraction 14. Ion exchange, statistics

Learning activities and teaching methods
Monologic (reading, lecture, briefing)
  • Preparation for credit - 150 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
The aim of the course is to provide a critical understanding, as well as theoretical knowledge of classical chemical analysis. The course begins with a theoretical section, which treats the basics of chemical analysis. The subsequent lectures are aimed at individual techniques of classical chemical analysis e.g. sampling and sample handling, aqueous solution equilibria, precipitate formation, complex formation, gravimetry, titrimetry. The course is included in teacher training programme and it is not finished by an examination as it forms an indivisible unit with Analytical Chemistry II.
Ability to comunicate with analytical workplaces, to understand the classical analytical results; ability to transformate knowledge of analytical chemistry to the school system; ability to apply knowledge in other chemical and related disciplines.

Assessment methods and criteria
Oral examination

Commanding of the basics of selected parts of analytical chemistry with respect to the necessary understanding of inorganic, organic and physical chemistry.
Recommended literature
  • Čůta,F. Analytická chemie odměrná, Nakl. ČSAV, Praha 1956, 400 s..
  • Eckschlager,K.- Horsák,I.- Kodejš,Z. Vyhodnocování analytických výsledků a metod, SNTL/ALFA, Praha 1980, 224 s..
  • Harris,D.C. Quantitative chemical analysis, W.H.Freeman, 2010, 750 s.. 2010. ISBN 978-1429263092.
  • Harvey, D.T. Modern analytical chemistry, McGraw-Hill, 2000, 816 str.. 2000.
  • Holzbecher,Z. et al. Organická činidla v anorganické analýze, SNTL, Praha 1975, 680 s..
  • Holzbecher,Z.-Churáček,J. Analytická chemie, SNTL, Praha 1987, 652 s..
  • Chang,R. Chemistry, 6th edition, WCB/McGraw-Hill, Boston, 1998, 993 s..
  • Christian, G.D. Analytical chemistry, Wiley, 2014, 848 s..
  • Kellner,R.-Mermet, J.M.-Otto, M.-Widmer,H.M. Analytical Chemistry, Wiley-Vch 1998., 543s..
  • Kotrlý,S.-Šůcha,L. Chemické rovnováhy v analytické chemii, SNTL, Praha 1988, 386 s..
  • Křížek,M. Základy výpočtů v analytické chemii, skriptum JU,. JU ZF, 2001.
  • Křížek,M.-Šíma,J. Analytická chemie. Č.Budějovice, 2015. ISBN 978-80-7394-486-5.
  • Miller,J.N-Miller,J.C. Statistics and Chemometrics for Analytical Chemistry, Prentice Hall, 2010, 297 s.. 2010.
  • Okáč,A. Analytická chemie kvalitativní, Nakl. ČSAV, Praha 1961, 552 s..
  • Okáč,A. Analytické reakce, Nakl. ČSAV, Praha 1965, 327 s..
  • Skoog, D.A.-West, D.M.-Holler,F.J. Fundamentals of Analytical chemistry, 7th edition, Saunders College Publishing, 1996, 659 s..
  • Šůcha,L.-Kotrlý,S. Teoretické základy analytické chemie, SNTL/ALFA, Praha 1971, 329s..
  • Tissue,B.M. Basics of analytical chemistry and chemical equilibria. Wiley, 2013.
  • Tomíček,O. Odměrná analysa, Čs.chem.spol. pro vědu a průmysl, Praha 1949, 380 s..
  • Vondrák,D.-Vulterin,J. Analytická chemie, SNTL, Praha 1985, 262 s..
  • Zýka, J. et al. Analytická příručka. Praha, SNTL/ALFA, 1979.

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