Chemical equilibrium. Volumetric analysis. Analytical separations. Gas chromatography. High-performance liquid chromatography HPLC.

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Experiments by: - Reverse phase HPLC : f optimisation of a separation procedure of analytes by changing the mobile phase composition either under isocratic or gradient conditions and the flux. Quantitative detection of specific compounds in pharmaceutical formulations. Determinatino of hydrocarbons with low molecular weight present in waste waters, by applying the internal standard quantification method.

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Teacher Domenica Tonelli. Credits 4. Teaching Mode Traditional lectures. Language Italian. Insegnamenti online - IOL. This course has been designed to blend the basic knowledge of general analytical chemistry with instrumental analytical chemistry in order to bring it nearer to the needs of the actual work of an industrial chemist.



At the end of the course the student will acquire:. Skill verification will be conducted:. Basic knowledge of analytical chemistry. Frequenza: fortemente consigliata. Elementi di statistica. Errori casuali e sistematici.

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