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					                                  University of Bialystok
                            Department of Biology and Chemistry
                                 Academic year 2007/2008

Course of studies
Full-time daily studies

Specialization
Chemistry

Year and level of study
Year I, level 2 Master of Science

Course code
0200-CS2-2PCA

Number of ECTS credits
8

Course title
Current problems of analytical and inorganic chemistry

Name of lecturer
prof. dr hab. V. Isidorov


Names of other people involved in the course
dr I. Dobrzyńska, dr K. Mielech-Łukasiewicz, dr A. Basa, mgr U. Czyżewska,
mgr E. Nalewajko-Sieliwoniuk, dr P. Hałaburda, mgr A. Sokół, mgr J. Malejko,
dr B. Leśniewska, mgr M. Hryniewicka, dr L. Kuźmicka,

Assessment procedure
                              Lecture       Classes       Laboratory   Seminar
Total number of hours           15             -             60              15
Number of hours per
                                 1             -              4              1
week
                                                          award of
                                                           credits
                      oral or
Form in which the                                         based on
                      written                                             positive
course    should be                            -          students’
                    examination                                         assessment
completed                                                reports and
                                                           written
                                                             tests

Prerequisites
Course: 0200-CS2-1PAP
Objective of the course
The goal of the course is to acquaint students with many fields of modern analytical and
inorganic chemistry.

Lecture
                                                                                   Number
Course contents
                                                                                   of hours
Main groups of environment pollutants: sulfur & nitrogen oxides, ozone,                1
aliphatic & aromatic hydrocarbons and their derivatives; PCB, PCDD & PCDF,
etc.                                                                                   2
Analytical methods in an environmental analysis. Chromatography: essence of
chromatographic separation. Gas chromatography (GC) & GC-MS, HPLC, TLC,
ion chromatography.
Conception of the conformational and investigation analysis. General
characteristic of analytical procedure stages: sample collection and preparation
for analysis, determination of analytes and interpretation of results.                 5
Air pollutants analysis. Collection of air samples: aspiration and passive
sampling. “Whole air sampling”, cryogenic sampling, adsorptive sampling in
surrounding temperature; equilibrium enrichment methods: advantages and
disadvantages. Chemisorptions: NIOSH 2501 & 2502 methods of carbonyl
compounds determination.
Passive sampling. Sample collection by the diffusion & permeation. Theory of
the method. Application to determination of ozone, sulfur & nitrogen oxides, and
volatile organic compounds.
Aerosols sample collection: impaction and filtration.
Preparation of gas samples to analysis. Microextraction and termodesorption of
the collected analytes.
Solid phase microextraction (SPME). Theory of the method. Direct & indirect
(HS-SPME) method. Practical application of the method.                                 4
Water analysis. “Black list” of the water pollutants. Sampling of surface water,
rain water and snow. Sampling of drinking water.
Methods of the sample preparation: liquid-liquid extraction, P&T method, SPE
and HS-SPME methods.
Determination of phenols with the aid of LLE/GC, SPE/GC-MS & LLE/HPLC-
UV methods. Determination of pesticides (chloroorganic, triazine pesticides,
etc.).
Determination of amines and other nitrogen containing pollutants with the aid of
SPE-GC/NPD & SPE/GC-MS techniques. Determination of PAH in the water                   2
samples (EPA 550.0 method).
Bottom sediments analysis. Sampling and preparation for analysis with the aid of       1
GC, GC/MS & HPLC methods.
Soil analysis. Methods of the sample collection. Methods of the organic
pollutants extraction.
Modern trends of the environmental analysis of organic pollutants. Lidar
techniques.

Total number of hours                                                                 15
Seminar
                                                                                      Number of
                                     Contents
                                                                                      hours
Issues tied with the subject of laboratory exercises are discussed during seminars:

–  Investigation of the electrooxidation processes of some biologically active
   substances.
– The effect of a chosen toxic substance on the surface charge density changes of
   erythrocyte membrane
– Application of derivative spectrophotometry for assay
– Anodic stripping voltammetry of metals on microelectrodes.
– Determination of epinephrine by flow-injection analysis with
   chemiluminescence detection.
– Recovery of silver from laboratory wastes.
– Determination of metals by atomic absorption spectrometry in real samples.
– Spectrophotometric determination of surfactants based on forming colour ion-
   pairs using extraction with chloromethane.
– Determination of chromium (III) ions and statistical evaluation of results.
– Determination of chemical oxygen demand (COD) using standard modified
   dichromate method.
– Isolating of humic and fulvic acids from soil.
– Studies of photodegradation process of diquat.
– Identification of sample components on the base of retention parameters and
   partition coefficients.
– Determination of ozone in indoor air.
– Determination of phosphate in surface and sewage waters.
Total number of hours                                                                    15

Laboratory
                                                                                      Number of
                                     Contents
                                                                                        hours
Students carry out 14 exercises from the list below:

1. The effect of a chosen toxic substance on the surface charge density changes of
    erythrocyte membrane
2. Investigation of the electrooxidation processes of some biologically active
    substances.
3. Anodic stripping voltammetry of metals on microelectrodes.
4. Application of derivative spectrophotometry for assay of mangane (II) ion in
    cobalt (II) salt preparations.
5. Determination of epinephrine by flow-injection analysis with
    chemiluminescence detection.
6. Recovery of silver from laboratory wastes.
7. Determination of metals by atomic absorption spectrometry in real samples.
8. Spectrophotometric determination of surfactants based on forming colour ion-
    pairs using extraction with chloromethane.
9. Determination of chromium (III) ions and statistical evaluation of results.
10. Determination of chemical oxygen demand (COD) using standard modified
    dichromate method.
11. Isolating of humic and fulvic acids from soil.
12. Studies of photodegradation process of diquat.
13. Identification of sample components on the base of retention parameters and
    partition coefficients.
14. Determination of ozone in indoor air.
15. Determination of phosphate in surface and sewage waters.
Total number of hours                                                                       60

Recommended reading
1. J. Paasiwirta. Chemical Ecotoxicology. Lewis Publ., 1991.
2. J. Namieśnik, J. Łukasiak, Z, Jamrógiewicz. Pobieranie próbek środowiskowych do analizy. PWN,
Waszawa, 1995.
3. D. Kealey, P.J. Haines. Chemia analityczna. PWN, Warszawa, 2005.
4. R. Soniassy, P. Sandra, C. Schlett. Water Analysis. Organic Micropollutants. Hewlett-Packard
Company, 1994 (in Russian: Р. Сониясси, П. Сандра, С. Шлетт. Анализ воды: Органические
микропримеси. Санкт-Петербург, изд. Теза, 1995).
Detailed literature connected with the seminar and laboratory is included in instructions to each
exercise.

Assessment method
Laboratory: credit based on students’ reports and written tests after each laboratory exercise
Seminar:    active participation in classes is the condition for the credit for the seminar.
Course:     passing of an oral examination is the condition for the credit for the course

				
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