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CED154 - Chemistry I Lab



Course length

200 minutes / week



CED154 - Chemistry I Lab


Felycia Edi Soetaredjo

About the course

Prerequisite courses

CED101 - Chemistry I

Course description and learning objectives

Student completing this course will be able to:
• Demonstrate safe experiment in laboratory.
• Measure physical properties of solid and liquid.
• Demonstrate titrimetric analysis.
• Analyze liquid sample using titrimetric methods.
• Operate UV-Vis spectrophotometer for quantitative analysis

Topics include

1. Introduction of lab safety and rules.
2. Determination of the density of solids and liquids, the molecular weight of vapor, and the true volume of the burette and pipette.
3. Acid-base titration
4. Determination of iron content in commercial supplement using permanganometry
5. Determination of water hardness using complexometry
6. Determination of chloride ion argentometry
7. Determination of dissolved oxygen content in commercial drink using iodometry
8. Determination of ascorbic acid content in commercial supplement using iodometry
9. Application of UV-Vis spectrophotometry in quantitative analysis


1. Moore, J. W., Stanitski, C. L., Jurs, P. C., 2005. “ Chemistry: The Molecular Science”, 2nd ed., Singapore: Thomson Learning, Inc.
2. Danzer, K., 2007. “Analytical Chemistry: Theoretical and Metrological Fundamentals”, Springer-Verlag.
3. Patnaik, P., 2004. “Dean’s Analytical Chemistry Handbook”, McGraw-Hill Profesional.
4. Skoog, D. A., West, D. M., and Holler, F. J., 2003. “Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry”, 8th ed., Brooks Cole.
5. Holler, F. J., Crouch, S. R., 2014. “Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry”, 9th ed., Belmont, Mary Finch.

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