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Il Corso

Programma

The aim of this Analytical Chemistry course is to prepare students for laboratory work. Learning how to employ techniques like gravimetric or volumetric analysis requires students to become proficient in the handling of the basic materials any analyst needs to know how to use. A good knowledge of General Chemistry is fundamental to understanding the principles behind analytical methods. The knowledge that students acquire is useful for the kind of laboratory work demanded by many different areas of science and research. The questions that Analytical Chemists are most frequently called on to answer are: “What are the components of the sample in question?” (Qualitative analysis) and “How much of each analyte is present in the sample?”, (Quantitative analysis). The “workbench” methods and procedures that an Analytical Chemist uses may be classical and traditional but they are also extremely contemporary, as they form part of the official methods used for analysis. Instrumental chemical analysis does not substitute classical Analytical Chemistry, but integrates it, to speed up procedures and increase their sensitivity.

Testi d'esame

  • Skoog, West Chimica Analitica Zanichelli Editore 2005
  • Harris, Elementi di Chimica Analitica, Zanichelli, 1999
  • Lanza, Quesiti ed esercizi di Chimica Analitica, Patron, 1998
  • Any other text containing the topics covered in the course

La Cattedra

Daniele Naviglio

Prof. Daniele Naviglio

Graduated in Chemistry 23 March 1993, CNR scholarship from 1993 to 1995, and since 2000 has been employed as a Researcher in the CHIM/01 sector (Analytical Chemistry) at the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Naples “Federico II”. He teaches Analytical Chemistry and Instrumental Analytical Chemistry and his research work is based on analysis in the food sector. More specifically, his research focuses on quality control of drinking water and mineral water, and analysis of the lipid content in foods. He is mainly concerned with perfecting analytical methods for evaluating the purity of fat-based foods using traditional techniques as well as more advanced instrumental techniques like gas chromatography and liquid chromatography. He is leading a new line of research in solid-liquid extraction; fast dynamic solid-liquid extraction. He has patented a new industrial invention, the Naviglio Estrattore®.

Anagrafica del corso

  • Agraria, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
  • Corsi di laurea:
  • Anno accademico: 2009/2010

Contatti

Indirizzo: Dipartimento di Scienza degli Alimenti, Via Università, 100, Portici (NA) - 80055

Telefono: 081.2539348. Sito Web

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