Chemistry 2100

Winter 2021

Course Description
Analytical Chemistry I is an introduction to analytical chemistry and includes preparation of samples and standards, calibration methods, statistical treatment of data, spectrophotometric trace analysis, gravimetric analysis and volumetric analysis including acid-base titrations, precipitation titrations, oxidation-reduction titrations, complexometric titrations and titrations in non-aqueous systems. Also introduced are liquid-liquid and other types of extraction, and chromatography with key methods of detection. Theoretical, practical and problem-solving aspects are covered.

Chemistry 1051 (minimum 60%) or former Chemistry 1031 (minimum 65%); Science 1807


Dr. Heather Reader - Office: C5015 Phone: 864-7280

Lab Instructors:
Yvette Favaro-Park - Office: C4001  Phone: 864-8743
Susan Hayward - Office:  C4009  Phone: 864-8909

Winter 2021 Lab Instructors Schedule

Lecture posting times
Tues, Thurs 12:00pm
Fri 1:00pm

Textbook:  Quantitative Chemical Analysis, 10th Ed. (Daniel Harris and Charles Lucy) bundled with the Achieve system (see infographic document)

Further information for the course (problems, quizzes, etc.) will be posted on the Brightspace website. You can login at