Level of Study
Spring (limited capacity).
Objectives and Content
The course give an introduction to quantitative chemical analysis of organic and inorganic compounds in common sample matrices like air, water, solid materials and biological tissues. Different steps in the analytical process will be treated, such as sampling, sample preparation, chemical and instrumental analysis, quality assurance, and evaluation and reporting of analytical results. The students will work with both natural and prepared samples in the laboratory course.
- can explain the principles of the most common methodologies in quantitative chemical analysis
- can give examples of applications of the most methodologies in quantitative chemical analysis
- can explain the most common sources of analytical error and propose measures to avoid them
- can apply written procedures to perform accurate quantitative measurements at the laboratory
- can calculate analytical results based on common principles of quantification
- can assess the quality of the result of an analysis
- can apply written procedures to perform precise quantitative measurements in a laboratory
- can plan and perform precise work in a laboratory
- has knowledge of basic statistical methods
Required Previous Knowledge
KJEM110, KJEM131, or equivalent
Credit Reduction due to Course Overlap
K241: 10stp, FARM250: 10stp
Compulsory Assignments and Attendance
- In order to obtain approval of the mandatory activities, and therefore gain access to the final exam, one must submit mandatory assignments of a satisfactory standard within the set deadlines. mandatory assignments should be your own work.
- Serious violations of the HSE rules will lead to a loss of the right to compete the laboratory course.
- It is not possible to use more than 3 attempts (semesters) to complete the laboratory course.
Forms of Assessment
Digital Written examination (4 hours).
Examination Support Material
Basic non-programmable calculator in accordance with faculty regulations
The grading scale used is A to F. Grade A is the highest passing grade in the grading scale, grade F is a fail.
The reading list will be available within June 1st for the autumn semester and December 1st for the spring semester
The Programme Committee is responsible for the content, structure and quality of the study programme and courses.
Contact information for the course coordinator is available at «Mitt UiB», alternatively contact the student advisor.
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and Department of Chemistry are administratively responsible for the course.
For written exams, please note that the start time may change from 09:00 to 15:00 or vice versa until 14 days prior to the exam.
Type of assessment: Written examination
- 12.06.2023, 09:00
- 4 hours
- Withdrawal deadline
- Examination system
- Digital exam
- Solheimsgt. 18 (Administrasjonsbygget), SOL 2. etg.