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Chapter 0-1

CHM217 Chapter 0-1 (Course Section 0)

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Chapter 0 – The Analytical Process 0-1 The Analytical Chemist’s Job Homogeneous: composition is the same everywhere. Heterogeneous: composition differs from place to place. Decanted: poured off. Analytes: substances being measured. Quantitative transfer: a complete transfer. Slurry: a suspension of solid in a liquid. Supernatant liquid: liquid above the packed solid. Sample preparation: transforming a sample into a state that is suitable for analysis. Centrifugation and filtration are used to separate undesired solid residue from the aqueous solution of analytes. Qualitative analysis: identifying what is an unknown. Quantitative analysis: identifying how much is present. Calibration curve/Standard Curve: a graph
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