- February 19, 2020
- Aberdeen City Campus
The Royal Society of Chemistry presents this funded CLPL course, open to all teachers of Chemistry.
Quantitative chemistry is a very important branch of chemistry enabling chemists to calculate known quantities of materials. For example, how much product can be made from a known starting material or how much of a given component is present in a sample.
Quantitative analysis includes any method used for determining the amount of a chemical in a sample. The amount is always expressed as a number with appropriate units. An acid-base titration is an example of quantitative analysis.
After the course you will be able to:
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Refreshments will be available and travel expenses covered.