Chemical Analysis

Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
4.5 ECTS; 2º Ano, 2º Semestre, 22,50 T + 30,0 PL

- Maria Teresa da Luz Silveira


Students should be able to identify the instrumental methods involving absorption, dispersion and emission of energy, as well as use them in quantitative analysis. They should be able to apply solvent extraction and chromatography techniques.

1 ? Vis and UV spectrophotometry
2 ? Turbidimetry and nephelometry
3 ? Emission flame photometry
4 ? Atomic absorption spectrometry
5 ? Solvent extraction
6 - Chromatography: classification analysis by chromatography; methods and chromatographic techniques.

Evaluation Methodology
Written tests and reports on performed laboratory work.

- Rouessac, A. e Rouessac, F. (2007). Chemical Analysis: Modern Instrumentation Methods and Techniques. New York: Wiley
- Crouch, S. e Holler, F. e Skoog, A. (2006). Principles of Instrumental Analysis. New York: Brooks/Cole
- Gonçalves, M. (2001). Métodos Instrumentais de Análise de Soluções. Análise Quantitativa. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian

Method of interaction
Lectures exploring subject matter, theoretical-practical
classes and laboratory sessions to apply skills acquired.

Software used in class