Semester Learning Plan
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Course title: Analytical Chemistry 2 (KA2)
Course code: AKM21 332
Credit: 3
Course Court Group: Compulsory
3th semester
Prerequisite Course: KA1
Lecturer:
Dr. Retno Ariadi L., M.Si.
Dr. Gunawan, M.Si
Graduate Learning Outcomes (GLO)
Attitude  GLO1(S9)  Demonstrate an attitude of responsibility for work in their field of expertise independently. 
Knowledge  GLO2(PP2)  Mastering complete operational knowledge of functions, operating standard chemical instruments, and analyzing data and information from these instruments. 
General skills  GLO3(KU2)  Able to demonstrate independent, quality, and measurable performance. 
GLO4(KU3)  Able to examine the implications of developing or implementing science and technology that pays attention to and applies humanities values according to their expertise based on scientific principles, procedures, and ethics to produce solutions, ideas, designs, or art criticism. 
Course Description: Students can rationalize (C4) the most suitable instrumental analysis method in solving (C4) problems based on spectrometry and microscopy and can develop/modify (A4) new systems to obtain reliable chemical quantization.
Week  Expected ability (SubCLO)  Study Materials/ Learning Materials  Learning methods  Student Learning Experience  Time (minute)  Evaluation  
Criteria and Indicators  Quantity (%)  
1  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) quantitative analysis theory  Mole concepts and stoichiometry / Introduction and principles to stoichiometric theory :
a. Basic reaction of quantitative analysis 
§ Discovery learning
§ Cooperative learning § Discussion 
Student discussion, search, collect and collate existing information to describe a knowledge of the Origins of quantum mechanics  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
Accuracy explains how to prepare and concentrate solutions of various substances and solve quantitative problems.  5 
23  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) quantitative analysis theory principle of neutralization titration  Mole concepts and stoichiometry / Introduction and principles of neutralization theory
acid base reaction; pH during titration; indicator selection, strong acidstrong base titration; strong acidweak base titration; weak acidbase titration, strong baseweak acid titration, practice questions 
§ Cooperative learning
§ Discussion 
Student discussion

FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
The accuracy of explaining the principle of neutralization theory and being able to choose the appropriate indicators.  5 
45  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) precipitation titration and formation of complex compounds  Concepts of Quantitative Chemistry / theory of deposition and complex formation
Argentometric reactions (Mohr, Volhard, Fajan method), determination of TA, complex formation reactions, complex stability, EDTA complex formation titration, examples, practice questions 
§ Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Student discussion  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
the accuracy of explaining the formulas and calculation methods used in argentometric reactions – the accuracy of using formulas in complex stability to solve the problems given. 
5 
67  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) redox titration reaction  Concept of Quantitative Analysis Theory / titration theory of reduction and oxidation
Changes in redox potential, determination of TA titration, permanganometric titration, iodometric titration, bromatometric titration 
§ Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Student discussion  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
Able to define the basis of redox development – the accuracy of using the formulas in gravimetry to solve the problems given. 
5 
8  Middle test  § lesson 17  §  Written examination  90  –  
910  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) gravimetric reaction  Atomic structure and spectra
Introduction, depositional conditions, stages of gravimetric analysis, organic precipitating reagents, practice questions 
§ Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Student discuss  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
– the accuracy of explaining the gravimetric reaction, choosing the method of product purity level, and the best analytical conditions – the accuracy of using the formulas given to solve problems about gravimetric reactions 
5 
11  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) gas volumetric  Mol structure and concept  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Students discuss  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
accuracy in explaining the volumetric gas accuracy of using the formulas given to solve problems about gas volumetry 
5 
12  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) electrogravimetric reaction

Electrogravimetric theory, the effect of current on cell potential, electrode reactions, selectivity of electrogravimetric methods  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion

Students discuss  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
accuracy in explaining electrogravimetric theory, analytical methods, and determining electrode reactions accuracy in using the given formulas to solve problems 
10 
13  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) colorimetry  Colorimetry theory and application  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Students discuss  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
– precisely explains the basic principles of colorimetry – the accuracy of using the formulas given to solve problems on the principle of colorimetry 
10 
1415  Able to understand (C2), construct (P4), and discuss (A2) introduction to spectrophotometry  The interaction of energy and matter; law of absorption of light by solution; Lambert Beer’s law requirements, color comparison method The interaction of energy and matter; law of absorption of light by solution; Lambert Beer’s law requirements, color comparison method 
§ Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Students discuss  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
– the accuracy of explaining the introduction to spectrometry – the accuracy of using the formulas given to solve problems about introductory spectrometry 
10 
16  Final exam  § Lesson 9 15  Written examination  90  –  
100% 
References:
1. Day Jr., R.A and Underwood, A.L. 1988, Analisis Kimia Kuantitatif, edisi enam, Erlangga
2. Skoog, D.A, West, D.M dan Holler, F.J., 1994, Analitical Chemistry, an introdustion, Sounders Golden Sunburst Series
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Glossary
GLO = Graduate Learning Outcome
CLO = Course Learning Outcomes
FF = Face to Face Learning
ST = Structured tasks
SS = Self Study