Year , Volume 27 , Issue 5, Pages - Zotero Mendeley EndNote. The case study is prepared concerning the complex formation titration based on ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid compound EDTA and complex formation reaction of metal ions and the experiment of hardness determination in water in the Analytical Chemistry Laboratory course. The data were analyzed via content analysis, which is a qualitative analysis technique. According to the data obtained; the students stated that the CBL method was comprehensible and convenient.
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To have knowledge on theories, concepts, methods and tools which are the basis of Laboratory Technology. To be able to synthesize, analyze, interpret, question, criticize and follow professional legal regulations. To be able to use the theoretical knowledge acquired in the field of application and improve solutions for problems.
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To be able to know the concepts of work safety, environmental protection, quality and fulfill their requirements. Apply Now. Toggle navigation. Analytical Chemistry II. Local Credits. Short Cycle. This course aims to equip students with the basic principles and theoretical basis of analytical chemistry and to be able to analyze and evaluate related scientific problems.
This course includes the bases of neutralization titrations, titration curves for complex acid-base systems, precipitation titrations and electrochemistry. Course Category. To be able to have the ability to communicate effectively in Turkish both oral and written.
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