ΤΙΤΛΟΣ ΜΑΘΗΜΑΤΟΣ: ΤΕΧΝΟΛΟΓΙΑ ΚΑΙ ΔΙΑΧΕΙΡΙΣΗ ΥΓΡΩΝ ΑΠΟΒΛΗΤΩΝ Ι

COURSEUNITTITLE:

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

 

COURSEUNIT

CODE:

 

TYPE OF

COURSE:

 

Compulsory

LEVEL OF

COURSE:

 

First cycle, General Education

SEMESTER OF

STUDY:

2nd

 

NUMBER OF ECTS:

6

MODE OF DELIVERY:

PowerPoint presentations of the principles Analytical Chemistry in the first four 6 hour lessons. Laboratory demonstration and theory.   Studying for each of 6 demonstration laboratories, is carried out before the date of the lab and the students are examined with a multiple choice exercise before they enter the lab. Extra material deposited in the e-class.

CONTACT TIME-

LECTURES:

Six hours per week/ thirteen weeks

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Principles of spectroscopy, UV, Visible, Infra-Red. Beer-Lambert Law. Its application in the molecular and Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy. (1) Molecular Absorption instrumentation, (2) Atomic Absorption instrumentation, (3) Ion and Gas Chromatography instrumentation (4)  X Ray Fluorescence instrumentation, (5) GC-MS instrumentation  (6) Electrochemical electrodes and instruments .

 

LABORATORY WORK

Six exercises using (1) molecular absorption instruments, (2) Atomic Absorption instruments, (3) Ion and Gas Chromatography instruments (4) X Ray Fluorescence instrument, (5) GC-MS instruments (6) Electrochemistry.

 

INSTRUCTOR:

 

Professors K. Ouzounis and S. Rapsomanikis

ASSISTING PERSONELL

The Ph.D. students of both Laboratories

 

 

RECOMMENDED READING:

  1. Quantitative Chemical Analysis by Daniel Harris, University of Crete Press. Translation to Greek in 2009.
  2. Additional notes, publications, and example case studies in the e-class

PREREQUISITES:

Calculus, Chemistry, Atmospheric Physics, Applied Statistics.

 

LEARNING

OUTCOMES

ANDCOMPETENCES:

 

  1. Knowledge based
  • Understanding the chemical and physical principles of the different instrumental techniques.
  • Understanding the use of each technique for various samples
  • Sample preparation before analyses
  • Calibration and data treatment

 

2. Skills / Competences acquired

  • Students will be able to recognize, evaluate and recommend instrumentation for specific environmental analysis.
  • Students will be able to recognize the limitation of each technique.
  • Students will be able to recommend instrumentation for a complete environmental survey and synthesize a complete picture of the environmental problem
  • Students will be able to propose use calibrate and examine data in their future employment.

 

ASSESSMENTMETHODS:

Written examination at the end of the semester but multiple choice examination, before each exercise.

 

LANGUAGE: 

Greek

 

Contact

  • Address:Department of Environmental Engineering, 67100, Xanthi

  • Telephone: 30 25410 79109,79117,79112

  • Email: secr@env.duth.gr