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Test bank for Quantitative Chemical Analysis 9th Edition by Daniel C. Harris

Test bank for Quantitative Chemical Analysis 9th Edition by Daniel C. Harris

Dan Harris’s 9th edition of¬†Quantitative Chemical Analysis provides a sound physical understanding of the principles of analytical chemistry and their applications in the disciplines. The WebAssign component for this text engages students with an interactive eBook, formatting of chemical symbols with the chemPad tool, and structure drawing with the Marvin JS drawing tool.

Table of Contents

  • Chapter T:¬†WebAssign Answer Templates and Tutorials
    • T: WebAssign Answer Templates and Tutorials
  • Chapter 0:¬†The Analytical Process
    • 0.1: The Analytical Chemist’s Job
    • 0.2: General Steps in a Chemical Analysis¬†(6)
    • 0: Extra Problems
    • 0: Test Bank¬†(19)
  • Chapter 1:¬†Chemical Measurements
    • 1.1: SI Units¬†(12)
    • 1.2: Chemical Concentration¬†(17)
    • 1.3: Preparing Solutions¬†(6)
    • 1.4: Stoichiometry Calculations for Gravimetric Analysis¬†(3)
    • 1: Extra Problems
    • 1: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 2:¬†Tools of the Trade
    • 2.1: Safe, Ethical Handling of Chemicals and Waste
    • 2.2: The Lab Notebook¬†(5)
    • 2.3: Analytical Balance¬†(10)
    • 2.4: Burets
    • 2.5: Volumetric Flasks
    • 2.6: Pipets and Syringes
    • 2.7: Filtration
    • 2.8: Drying
    • 2.9: Calibration of Volumetric Glassware¬†(16)
    • 2.10: Introduction to Microsoft Excel¬ģ
    • 2.11: Graphing with Microsoft Excel
    • 2: Extra Problems
    • 2: Test Bank¬†(19)
  • Chapter 3:¬†Experimental Error
    • 3.1: Significant Figures
    • 3.2: Significant Figures in Arithmetic¬†(8)
    • 3.3: Types of Error¬†(6)
    • 3.4: Propagation of Uncertainty from Random Error
    • 3.5: Propagation of Uncertainty from Systematic Error¬†(9)
    • 3: Extra Problems¬†(3)
    • 3: Test Bank¬†(17)
  • Chapter 4:¬†Statistics
    • 4.1: Gaussian Distribution¬†(10)
    • 4.2: Comparison of Standard Deviations with the¬†F¬†Test
    • 4.3: Confidence Intervals
    • 4.4: Comparison of Means with Student’s¬†t
    • 4.5:¬†t¬†Tests with a Spreadsheet
    • 4.6: Grubbs Test for an Outlier¬†(17)
    • 4.7: The Method of Least Squares¬†(5)
    • 4.8: Calibration Curves¬†(10)
    • 4.9: A Spreadsheet for Least Squares
    • 4: Extra Problems
    • 4: Test Bank¬†(16)
  • Chapter 5:¬†Quality Assurance and Calibration Methods
    • 5.1: Basics of Quality Assurance
    • 5.2: Method Validation¬†(21)
    • 5.3: Standard Addition¬†(10)
    • 5.4: Internal Standards¬†(6)
    • 5: Extra Problems
    • 5: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 6:¬†Chemical Equilibrium
    • 6.1: The Equilibrium Constant
    • 6.2: Equilibrium and Thermodynamics¬†(13)
    • 6.3: Solubility Product¬†(8)
    • 6.4: Complex Formation¬†(6)
    • 6.5: Protic Acids and Bases¬†(8)
    • 6.6: pH¬†(5)
    • 6.7: Strengths of Acids and Bases¬†(14)
    • 6: Extra Problems
    • 6: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 7:¬†Let the Titrations Begin
    • 7.1: Titrations
    • 7.2: Titration Calculations¬†(16)
    • 7.3: Precipitation Titration Curves¬†(5)
    • 7.4: Titration of a Mixture¬†(5)
    • 7.5: Calculating Titration Curves with a Spreadsheet¬†(4)
    • 7.6: End-Point Detection¬†(5)
    • 7: Extra Problems
    • 7: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 8:¬†Activity and the Systematic Treatment of Equilibrium
    • 8.1: The Effect of Ionic Strength on Solubility of Salts
    • 8.2: Activity Coefficients¬†(14)
    • 8.3: pH Revisited
    • 8.4: Systematic Treatment of Equilibrium¬†(19)
    • 8.5: Applying the Systematic Treatment of Equilibrium
    • 8: Extra Problems
    • 8: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 9:¬†Monoprotic Acid-Base Equilibria
    • 9.1: Strong Acids and Bases¬†(4)
    • 9.2: Weak Acids and Bases
    • 9.3: Weak-Acid Equilibria¬†(13)
    • 9.4: Weak-Base Equilibria¬†(8)
    • 9.5: Buffers¬†(26)
    • 9: Extra Problems
    • 9: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 10:¬†Polyprotic Acid-Base Equilibria
    • 10.1: Diprotic Acids and Bases¬†(11)
    • 10.2: Diprotic Buffers¬†(4)
    • 10.3: Polyprotic Acids and Bases¬†(7)
    • 10.4: Which Is the Principal Species?¬†(4)
    • 10.5: Fractional Composition Equations¬†(12)
    • 10.6: Isoelectric and Isoionic pH¬†(5)
    • 10: Extra Problems
    • 10: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 11:¬†Acid-Base Titrations
    • 11.1: Titration of Strong Base with Strong Acid¬†(4)
    • 11.2: Titration of Weak Acid with Strong Base¬†(11)
    • 11.3: Titration of Weak Base with Strong Acid¬†(8)
    • 11.4: Titrations in Diprotic Systems¬†(18)
    • 11.5: Finding the End Point with a pH Electrode¬†(3)
    • 11.6: Finding the End Point with Indicators¬†(13)
    • 11.7: Practical Notes
    • 11.8: Kjeldahl Nitrogen Analysis
    • 11.9: The Leveling Effect¬†(17)
    • 11.10: Calculating Titration Curves with Spreadsheets¬†(9)
    • 11.11: Using Beer’s Law with Indicators*¬†(2)
    • 11: Extra Problems
    • 11: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 12:¬†EDTA Titrations
    • 12.1: Metal-Chelate Complexes
    • 12.2: EDTA¬†(5)
    • 12.3: EDTA Titration Curves¬†(10)
    • 12.4: Do It with a Spreadsheet
    • 12.5: Auxiliary Complexing Agents¬†(9)
    • 12.6: Metal Ion Indicators¬†(4)
    • 12.7: EDTA Titration Techniques¬†(11)
    • 12: Extra Problems
    • 12: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 13:¬†Advanced Topics in Equilibrium
    • 13.1: General Approach to Acid-Base Systems
    • 13.2: Activity Coefficients
    • 13.3: Dependence of Solubility on pH
    • 13.4: Analyzing Acid-Base Titrations with Difference Plots¬†(17)
    • 13: Extra Problems
    • 13: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 14:¬†Fundamentals of Electrochemistry
    • 14.1: Basic Concepts¬†(6)
    • 14.2: Galvanic Cells¬†(5)
    • 14.3: Standard Potentials¬†(2)
    • 14.4: Nernst Equation¬†(14)
    • 14.5:¬†E¬į and the Equilibrium Constant¬†(12)
    • 14.6: Cells as Chemical Probes¬†(7)
    • 14.7: Biochemists Use¬†E¬į’¬†(7)
    • 14: Extra Problems
    • 14: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 15:¬†Electrodes and Potentiometry
    • 15.1: Reference Electrodes¬†(5)
    • 15.2: Indicator Electrodes¬†(6)
    • 15.3: What Is a Junction Potential?¬†(9)
    • 15.4: How Ion-Selective Electrodes Work
    • 15.5: pH Measurement with a Glass Electrode¬†(11)
    • 15.6: Ion-Selective Electrodes
    • 15.7: Using Ion-Selective Electrodes¬†(21)
    • 15.8: Solid-State Chemical Sensors¬†(2)
    • 15: Extra Problems
    • 15: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 16:¬†Redox Titrations
    • 16.1: The Shape of a Redox Titration Curve¬†(8)
    • 16.2: Finding the End Point¬†(2)
    • 16.3: Adjustment of Analyte Oxidation State¬†(4)
    • 16.4: Oxidation with Potassium Permanganate
    • 16.5: Oxidation with Ce4+
    • 16.6: Oxidation with Potassium Dichromate¬†(10)
    • 16.7: Methods Involving Iodine¬†(16)
    • 16: Extra Problems
    • 16: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 17:¬†Electroanalytical Techniques
    • 17.1: Fundamentals of Electrolysis¬†(9)
    • 17.2: Electrogravimetric Analysis¬†(4)
    • 17.3: Coulometry¬†(11)
    • 17.4: Amperometry¬†(4)
    • 17.5: Voltammetry¬†(14)
    • 17.6: Karl Fischer Titration of H2O¬†(2)
    • 17: Extra Problems
    • 17: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 18:¬†Fundamentals of Spectrophotometry
    • 18.1: Properties of Light¬†(5)
    • 18.2: Absorption of Light
    • 18.3: Measuring Absorbance¬†(11)
    • 18.4: Beer’s Law in Chemical Analysis¬†(9)
    • 18.5: Spectrophotometric Titrations¬†(8)
    • 18.6: What Happens When a Molecule Absorbs Light?
    • 18.7: Luminescence¬†(10)
    • 18: Extra Problems
    • 18: Test Bank¬†(18)
  • Chapter 19:¬†Applications of Spectrophotometry
    • 19.1: Analysis of a Mixture¬†(10)
    • 19.2: Measuring an Equilibrium Constant¬†(6)
    • 19.3: The Method of Continuous Variation¬†(6)
    • 19.4: Flow Injection Analysis and Sequential Injection
    • 19.5: Immunoassays
    • 19.6: Sensors Based on Luminescence Quenching¬†(7)
    • 19: Extra Problems
    • 19: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 20:¬†Spectrophotometers
    • 20.1: Lamps and Lasers: Sources of Light
    • 20.2: Monochromators
    • 20.3: Detectors¬†(16)
    • 20.4: Optical Sensors¬†(11)
    • 20.5: Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy¬†(2)
    • 20.6: Dealing with Noise¬†(9)
    • 20: Extra Problems
    • 20: Test Bank¬†(16)
  • Chapter 21:¬†Atomic Spectroscopy
    • 21.1: An Overview
    • 21.2: Atomization: Flames, Furnaces, and Plasmas
    • 21.3: How Temperature Affects Atomic Spectroscopy
    • 21.4: Instrumentation
    • 21.5: Interference
    • 21.6: Sampling by Laser Ablation¬†(19)
    • 21.7: Inductively Coupled Plasma‚ÄďMass Spectrometry¬†(8)
    • 21.8: X-ray Fluorescence¬†(6)
    • 21: Extra Problems
    • 21: Test Bank¬†(19)
  • Chapter 22:¬†Mass Spectrometry
    • 22.1: What Is Mass Spectrometry?¬†(7)
    • 22.2: Oh, Mass Spectrum, Speak to Me!¬†(17)
    • 22.3: Types of Mass Spectrometers¬†(6)
    • 22.4: Chromatography‚ÄďMass Spectrometry Interfaces
    • 22.5: Chromatography‚ÄďMass Spectrometry Techniques
    • 22.6: Open-Air Sampling for Mass Spectrometry¬†(12)
    • 22.7: Ion Mobility Spectrometry
    • 22: Extra Problems
    • 22: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 23:¬†Introduction to Analytical Separations
    • 23.1: Solvent Extraction¬†(16)
    • 23.2: What Is Chromatography?
    • 23.3: A Plumber’s View of Chromatography¬†(15)
    • 23.4: Efficiency of Separation
    • 23.5: Why Bands Spread¬†(17)
    • 23: Extra Problems
    • 23: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 24:¬†Gas Chromatography
    • 24.1: The Separation Process in Gas Chromatography
    • 24.2: Sample Injection
    • 24.3: Detectors
    • 24.4: Sample Preparation
    • 24.5: Method Development in Gas Chromatography¬†(39)
    • 24: Extra Problems
    • 24: Test Bank¬†(18)
  • Chapter 25:¬†High-Performance Liquid Chromatography
    • 25.1: The Chromatographic Process
    • 25.2: Injection and Detection in HPLC¬†(26)
    • 25.3: Method Development for Reversed-Phase Separations¬†(21)
    • 25.4: Gradient Separations
    • 25.5: Do it with a Computer
    • 25: Extra Problems
    • 25: Test Bank¬†(18)
  • Chapter 26:¬†Chromatographic Methods and Capillary Electrophoresis
    • 26.1: Ion-Exchange Chromatography
    • 26.2: Ion Chromatography¬†(17)
    • 26.3: Molecular Exclusion Chromatography
    • 26.4: Affinity Chromatography
    • 26.5: Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography¬†(8)
    • 26.6: Principles of Capillary Electrophoresis
    • 26.7: Conducting Capillary Electrophoresis¬†(21)
    • 26.8: Lab-on-a-Chip: DNA Profiling
    • 26: Extra Problems
    • 26: Test Bank¬†(17)
  • Chapter 27:¬†Gravimetric and Combustion Analysis
    • 27.1: An Example of Gravimetric Analysis
    • 27.2: Precipitation
    • 27.3: Examples of Gravimetric Calculations¬†(27)
    • 27.4: Combustion Analysis¬†(11)
    • 27: Extra Problems
    • 27: Test Bank¬†(15)
  • Chapter 28:¬†Sample Preparation
    • 28.1: Statistics of Sampling¬†(11)
    • 28.2: Dissolving Samples for Analysis
    • 28.3: Sample Preparation Techniques¬†(14)
    • 28: Extra Problems
    • 28: Test Bank¬†(15)
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