Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry I (2 hr lecture + 1 hr practical)

  • College of Pharmacy |


The course is designed to provide students with knowledge of chemical Kinetics, rate of reaction, first order reaction, rate law, second order and third order of reaction, molecularity, theories of reaction rate, activation energy and catalysis, photochemistry, absorbed energy and quantum yield. It also provides an introduction to qualitative and quantitative inorganic chemistry, acid-base theory, titration curve and buffer solutions. Factors affecting precipitate formation and pharmaceutical application.


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  • By the end of the course, the students should be able to: a1‐Define chemical bonding and related theories to understand the chemical reactions. a2-Understand the concept of pH calculations and buffer solutions. a3‐Understand the rate, order and the factors affecting the reaction equilibrium . a4- Describe the most important applications of analytical chemistry. a5- Understand the concept of precipitation. Intellectual Skills By the end of the course, the students should be able to: b1- Differentiate between the different types of titration and related calculations. b2‐ Calculate different concentration measurements b3- Calculate the entropy, enthalpy, acid and base dissociation constants of chemical reactions Professional and Practical skills By the end of the course, the students should be able to: c1- Master practical skills concerning preparation of buffered solutions and calculation of pH of different acids and bases. c2- Discuss and evaluate thermochemical and thermodynamic issues of chemical reactions through problem solving and assignments. c3- Gather and integrate information relevant to the acid-base and precipitation reactions. c4- Master practical skills concerning operation of different titration methods. General and Transferable skills By the end of the course, the students should be able to: d1 -Develop skills of identifying different types of titrations. d2- Perfectly communicate with others in team work during lab work and group assignments.


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