Credits: 4This course is a study of the theoretical principles, practical applications, and limitations of chemical analysis. Topics include acid-base, precipitation and complexation titrations, electrochemistry, potentiometry, quantitative molecular spectroscopy, and gas and liquid chromatography. The laboratory provides experience in the hands-on use of chemical instrumentation and interpretation of the data. This course stresses the importance of clearly written laboratory reports. Prerequisite(s):CHM 1120 and CHM 2220. When Offered: Every spring semester. Three hours of lecture and one three-hour laboratory per week.