The objective of this course is to provide students with a basic skills of analytical chemistry field, the science of chemical characterization and measurement. The course is an introductory part of a series of analytical chemistry courses for industrial chemistry majors. It will concentrate upon Descriptive analytical chemistry and analytical methods based on chemical equilibrium which include precipitation, volumetric and thermal analysis. A brief introduction to instrumental methods, separation methods, instruments calibration and methods validation, process analytical chemistry as well as good laboratory practice will also be practice in lab.

CO1: Explain the relationship of the chemical and physical properties of a system to the analytical
process undergone.

CO2: Demonstrate the several chemical monitoring using several analytical methods and evaluate the
obtained data with group member.

CO3: Express the optimal analytical chemical method in terms to the application or analyte to group
member.