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Skills that you can learn from common analytical problems.


Skills that you can learn from common analytical problems.



In this part we will discuss that analytical chemistry is vast and informative branch of chemistry as compared to the other branches in both qualitative and quantitative analysis. No one can deny this fact any problem which is handeld to an analyst can be solved in both ways either qualitative method or quantitative method. On the other hand many other problems involve the characterization of sample’s physical or chemical properties. In short we can say that an analyst gets engaged with many of the analytical methods. Here we briefly discuss the four main types of analysis. A number of problems in analytical chemistry have a questions in them that how to identify it and which thing is present in the sample? Above discussed problems can be solved by using  qualitative analysis
Examples
which include the followings:
Identification of products obtained as a result of chemical reaction.
Test urine of  an athlete for the checking of such drugs which enhance  performance of  an athlete.
For the determination of spatial distribution of  Pb  present on the surface of an airborne.
Particulate in earlier times development of analytical chemistry was just in the line of test of organic in-organic compounds and different functional groups. The course of the classical laboratory includes qualitative analysis of both  inorganic and organic compounds currently. Now a  day’s  commonly used methods  qualitative analysis are infrared spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and mass spectrometery.Above discussed method of qualitative analysis are usedf or the analysis  of organic and in-organic compounds also anywhere. But on the other hand the most common problem which have to be faced by the analyst in analytical labs is the implementation of quantitative analysis .Examples of usual quantitative analysis are the newly synthesized compound  elemental analysis measurement of blood glucose concentration,  in steel determination of the difference between the bulk and surface concentrations of Cr. Number of analytical works performed in pharmaceutical, clinical, environmental, and industrial labs includes the development of new methods for determination of  the concentration of beleaguered species in complex samples.  A number of examples in this topic comes from the method of quantitative analysis. Another important field of of analytical chemistry, which gets notification in this topic, is the growth of new methods for characterization of  physical and chemical properties. Examples of a characterization analysis Determinations of chemical structure, equilibrium constants, particle size, and surface structure. The reason of a qualitative, quantitative, and characterization analysis is that how problems can be solved related to a compound. On the other hand a fundamental analysis,  is heading for improvement of  the experimental methods  which are commonly applied in the other fields of analytical chemistry. Approaching and civilizing the theory on which a method is established, studying the limitations of a  method and scheming new and adapting old methods are examples of fundamental studies in area  analytical chemistry.

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