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Offline Chico

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I am a laboratory technician and I am looking to study the analytical chemistry necessary to do well in my service, what topics should I cover?

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- titration
- spectrophotometry
- handling a laboratory scale
- measurement of pH with a glass electrode
- making pH buffer solutions

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- titration
- spectrophotometry
- handling a laboratory scale
- measurement of pH with a glass electrode
- making pH buffer solutions

ok thanks
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You should know principles of their mechanisms. For example:

H+ + OH- ---> H2O

for acid-base titration reaction.

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Google syllabus for any Analytical Chemistry 101 course, it should give you some ideas.
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I don't know what industry you are in, but it can get a lot more intense.  Other instrumental courses might help, again, depending on what you will need.

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