Laboratory Resources

  • Weighing by Addition

  • Weighing by Difference 

Experiment 2 – Glassware Calibration

  • Pipets (Videos)

  • Buret (Videos)

Experiment 3 – Solution Making (Caffeine)

  • Quantitative Transfer

Experiment 4 – Weak Acid Determination

  • Titrating to a phenolphthaelein endpoint

Experiment 1 – Weighing

  • General Introduction to Analytical Balances 

CHE270- Quantitative Chemical Analysis

Welcome to the CHE-270 Landing Page! Here, you will find helpful links for the course homepage and other useful tools that you will find helpful throughout the semester. Click underlined phrases to follow the links.

Useful Links

Class Course Page

Textbook

  • Analytical Chemistry 2.1, by David Harvey – This is the text we will use primarily for the course.

    •                               (92 MB)

    • Tips on using the PDF efficiently and effectively

      •                      ,by Chris Harrison

      •                             ,by Chris Harrison

  • Supplemental Material by Dwight Stoll et al.

    •                                                          (Secor/Stoll)   

    •                                     (Secor/Stoll)

 

Useful Links

Class Course Page

Textbook

  • Analytical Chemistry 2.1, by David Harvey – This is the text we will use primarily for the course.

    •                                (92 MB)

    • Tips on using the PDF efficiently and effectively

      •                     ,by Chris Harrison

      •                             ,by Chris Harrison

  • Supplemental Material by Dwight Stoll et al.

    •                                                          (Secor/Stoll)   

    •                                     (Secor/Stoll)

  • Suggested Helpful Supplemental Texts – There are several useful analytical chemistry textbooks that can be purchased online for a modest price. Any of these would be handy to have on the shelf as a complement to the Harvey text.

  • Calculators​

    •                             - ​This site enables prediction of physicochemical properties for many known compounds, such as pKa, log P, and polarizability.