GTU Syllabus B Tech 3rd Sem Chemical Technology Analytical Techniques

Gujarat Technological University

Analytical Techniques Syllabus

 
B.E. SEMESTER : 3
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
Subject Name : ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES

 

Sr. No. Course contents
01. Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry: Concept of quality: Definition of quality, Quality
control & assurance, TQM. Correlation between quality & analysis, steps & types of chemical
analysis, Stoichiometry & expression of concentration.
02. Theory of errors: Sources & classification of errors. Statistical treatment of analytical data &
presentation of result. Sampling of solids, liquids & gases. Evaluation & validation of analytical
methods. Good laboratory practices.
03. Volumetric analysis: Acid base titrations: Indicators; Oxidation-reduction titrations;
Complexation using ligands, complexometric titration with EDTA, metal ion indicators; simple
calculations; analysis of Na2CO3,Fe2O3 , Brass, Solder etc.
04. Quantitative analysis. Precipitation, types of precipitates, impurities, co precipitation
, post-precipitation, conditions for precipitation, precipitation from homogeneous solution.
Gravimetric determination of Fe, Ni & Cu, calculations.TGA
05. Chromatographic methods: Introduction & classification of chromatography. Theory,
instrumentation & applications of the following chromatographic techniques: (i) Column
chromatography (ii) TLC (iii) Paper chromatography (iv) GC (v) HPLC
06. UV-Visible Spectroscopy: Introduction , Theory of UV-Visible Spectroscopy & colourimetry,
Beer Lambert law, Deviation from Beer Lambert law
Infrared Spectroscopy: Introduction, Infrared radiation & its interaction with organic molecules,
vibrational mode of bonds, instrumentation & applications, interpretation of IR spectra.
Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy: Introduction, Theory & Instrumentation, chemical
shift concept, spin spin coupling ,isotopic nuclei, reference standards & solvents, applications.
Mass spectrometry: Basic principles & brief outline of instrumentation. Ion formation,
molecular ion, meta stable ion, fragmentation process in relation to molecular structure &
functional groups. Relative abundance of isotopes, chemical ionization, applications
Reference Books:
1. Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis, E. W. Ewing, McGraw Hill, NewYork. 4th
Ed, 1975
2. Instrumental Methods of Analysis, H.H.Willard, L.L.Merrit, J.A.Dean, & F.A.Settle, Jr.,
CBS Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi, 6th Ed,1998
3. Principles of Instrumental methods of analysis, Skoog, D.A., Holler F.J. & Nieman
T.R.,Indian reprint ,2006
4. Inorganic quantitative analysis, A.I.Vogel, Longman, ELBS,7th Ed, 1998
APPROPRIATE NUMBER OF PRACTICALS WILL BE CONDUCTED AS
PER THE THEORY SYLLABUS

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