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Chemical Analysis. Laboratory Manual
Chemical Reagents
1.2. Performance Technique of Analytical Operations
1.3. Types of Reactions in Chemical Analysis
1.3.1. Drop Reactions
1.3.2. Microcrystalloscopic Reactions
1.3.3. Flame Test
1.4. Qualitative Chemical Analysis of Cations
1.4.1. Classification of Cations according to the Acid-base Method
1.4.2. Laboratory Work No. 1. Reactions for Identification of Cations of Groups I-III Group I Cations (Na+, K+, NH4+) Group II Cations (Ag+, Pb2+, Hg22+) Group III Cations (Ca2+, Sr2+, Ba2+)
1.4.3. Control work No. 1. Identification of Cations of Groups I-III in an Analyte Sample
1.4.4. Laboratory Work No. 2 . Reactions for Identification of Cations of Groups IV-VI Group IV Cations (Zn2+, Sn2+, Sn4+, Al3+, Cr3+) Group V Cations (Fe3+, Fe2+, Mn2+, Mg2+) Group VI Cations (Cu2+, Cd2+, Hg2+, Ni2+) Systematic Analysis of Cations of Groups IV−VI in Analyte Solution
1.5. Qualitative Analysis of Anions
1.6. Laboratory Work No. 3. Reactions for the Identification of Anions
1.6.1. Group I Anions (SO42−, SO32−, S2O32−, CO32−, PO43−, SiO32−, F−, BO33−, C2O42−)
1.6.2. Group II Anions (S2−, Cl−, Br−, I−)
1.6.3. Group III Anions (NO3−, NO2−, CH3COO−)
1.7. Control Work No. 2. Identification of Ions in Unknown Inorganic Compound
1.7.1. Analysis of Solid Sample
1.7.2. Analysis of a Solution
1.7.3. Systematic Analysis of Cations of Groups I-VI in Analyte Sample
1.7.4. Analysis of Anions in an Analyte Sample
2. Classical Quantitative Chemical Analysis. Titrimetry
2.1. Glassware, Labware and Devices
2.2. Titrimetry
2.2.1. Titrimetric Methods of Analysis
2.2.2. Preparation of Solutions for Titrimetry
2.3. Accuracy of Quantitative Analysis. Errors
2.4. Theoretical Background of Acid-base Titration
2.5. Laboratory Work No. 4. Acid-base Titration
2.6. Control Work No. 3. Quantitative Analysis of Acetic Acid Solution
2.7. Theoretical Background of Redoximetry
2.7.1. Permanganometry
2.7.2. Laboratory Work No. 5. Permanganometry
2.7.3. Control Work No. 4. Quantitative Determination of Fe2+ Ions in Mohr’s Salt Solution
2.7.4. Iodometry
2.7.5. Laboratory Work No. 6. Iodometry
2.7.6. Control Work No. 5. Quantitative Determination of Cu2+ Ions in Analyte Solution
2.8. Theoretical Background of Complexometry
2.9. Laboratory Work No. 7. Complexometric Titration
2.10. Control Work No. 6. Quantitative Determination of Mg2+ Ions in Analyte Solution or Hard Water

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