Chemical equilibria are fundamental in the understanding of biological and
environmental processes and in chemical analysis. This course emphasizes quantitative
and graphical interpretation of acid-base, solubility, distribution, complex
ion, and redox equilibria in aqueous solution and soils. Laboratory work stresses
application of gravimetric, volumetric, spectrophotometric, and potentiometric
techniques. Pre-professional preparation requiring one term of quantitative
analysis is satisfied by Chemistry 220. Three class periods and one laboratory
period per week. Offered each spring.
Prerequisites: Algebra; Chemistry 117 or facility with mole calculations.
Water Sampling Sites
Draw logarithmic concentration, distribution, and titration plots for acid/base, solubility, metal/ligand and redox equilibria, as well as cyclic voltammograms and Pourbaix diagrams.
Right click or control-click to download a zip file of the program:
or Mac dmg
| Windows 64
or Windows 32
or Raspberry Pi
You will need a way to unzip the file. You can place the resulting file/folder anywhere.
For Windows, the Windows Universal Runtime is required which is installed by Windows Update. If you get a message about a missing dll, run Windows Update.
Since the Mac OSX application is not signed, you will need to control-click the app icon and choose Open from the context menu the first time you run it.
This software is installed in SC 249, 401, and 450
(especially dioctahedral sheets)
Acids and Bases
Metals and Ligands
April 13, 2019
by George Lisensky
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