Semester Learning Plan
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Course title: Analytical Chemistry 1 (KA1)
Course code: AKM21 322
Credit: 3
Course Court Group: Compulsory
2th semester
Prerequisite Course: KU, KD1
Lecturer:
Drs. Abdul Haris, M.Si
Dr. M. Cholid Djunaidi,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(PP1)  Mastering the theoretical concepts of structure, properties, changes, kinetics, and energetics of molecules and chemical systems, identification, separation, characterization, transformation, synthesis of micromolecular chemicals, and their application. 
GLO3(P2)  Mastering complete operational knowledge of functions, how to operate common chemical instruments, and analysis of data and information from these instruments  
GLO4(P3)  Mastering the basic principles of software for analysis, synthesis, and molecular modeling in general or more specific chemical fields.  
General skills  GLO5(KU2)  Able to demonstrate independent, quality, and measurable performance. 
Special skills  GLO6(KK1)  Able to produce the correct conclusions based on the results of the interpretation of the chemical analysis that has been carried out 
GLO7(KK3)  Able to analyze several alternative solutions in identification, analysis, isolation, transformation, and synthesis of available chemicals and present analysis conclusions for appropriate decision making. 
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  Students can understand (C2) the concept of good chemical analysis detailing (C3) the phenomenon of chemical analysis, both classical and modern, correctly at least 80%  Introduction to Analytical Chemistry: Introduction to classical and modern chemical analysis in general”  § Discovery learning
§ Cooperative learning § Discussion 
Student discussion  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
a. Accuracy explains the different principles of classical and modern general chemical analysis b. The importance of chemical information 
5 
2  Students can understand (C2) components and detail (C4) the theory of classical chemical analysis correctly at least 80%  Introduction to Analytical Chemistry: Fundamentals of qualitative analysis, Electrolyte dissociation/ionization  § Cooperative learning
§ Discussion 
Student discussion

FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
a. accuracy explains the basics of qualitative analysis: definition electrolyte/nonelectrolyte solutionb. accuracy of explaining dissociation/ionization 
5 
3  Students can understand (C2) components and analyze (C3) equilibrium theory is correct at least 80%  Equilibrium constant: Equilibrium Theory  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Students practice various qualitative relationships and quantitatively the quantities of the equilibrium constant  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
a. the accuracy of explaining the theory of equilibrium  5 
4  Students can detail (C3) acidbase equilibrium, salt and buffer, rationalize (C4) constants and solve measurement problems correctly at least 80%  AcidBase Equilibrium, salt, water and buffer buffer: acid base balance, salt balance, buffer balance (case method and project based learning)  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Students practice various qualitative relationships and quantitatively the quantities of the equilibrium constant  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
a. Accurately explain acidbase balance, salt, and buffer  5 
56  Students can understand (C2) the basic concept of Ksp, examine (C4), and evaluate (C5) the equilibrium of a solidsolution reaction correctly at least 80%  Equilibrium of the precipitation reaction, and constant product solubility (Ksp) (case method and project based learning)  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Student discuss and presenting task  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
a. the accuracy of explaining the depositional equilibrium and Ksp  10 
7  Students can understand (C2) the basic concepts of complex formation theory, examine (C4) and evaluate (C5) the difficult equilibrium constant and tough instability correctly at least 80%  Equilibrium of the precipitation reaction, and the formation constant and instability of the complex: Stability, Kinst, Formation of complexes from sediment (case method and project based learning)  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Students discuss about middle exam and introduction to middle exam  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
a. accurately describes the equilibrium of complex formation and complex instability  10 
8  Middle test  § lesson 17  §  Written examination  90  –  
9  Students can understand (C2) the principle of redox reaction equilibrium and understand the application of (C3).  The equilibrium of the reduction–oxidation (Redox) reaction, and the redox constant  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Student discuss  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
a. accurately describes the redox equilibrium and the redox constant  5 
10  Students Students can understand (C2) the principles and rules of qualitative chemical analysis based on the flame reaction and the charcoal reaction correctly at least 80%  Qualitative chemical analysis based on flame reaction and charcoal reaction: qualitative chemical analysis based on flame reaction, qualitative chemical analysis based on charcoal reaction  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Students discuss  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
a. Accuracy in explaining chemical analysis based on flame reaction and charcoal reaction  5 
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Students can understand (C2) the principles and rules of qualitative chemical analysis of cations and mixtures of classical H_{2}S separation methods correctly at least 80% per group. 
Cation separation based on the H_{2}S method: Introduction to H_{2}S . method, Separation of Group IV cations. Separation Method and Anion Analysis  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion

Students discuss  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
a. accuracy of explaining chemical analysis based on H_{2}S method  30 
15  Students can understand (C2) the principles and rules of qualitative chemical analysis of anions and mixtures correctly at least 80% per group.  Method of separation and analysis of cation and anion mixtures (case method and project based learning)  § Problem Based Learning
§ discussion 
Students discuss  FF: 3 x 50
ST: 3 x 60 SS: 3 x 60 
Active in discussion  10 
16  Final exam  § Lesson 9 15  Written examination  90  –  
100% 
References:
 Vogel’s , 1995, Qualitative Inorganic Analysis.
 Emil J.Slewinski, 1988, Chemical Principles in the Laboratory with Qualitative Analysis
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Glossary
GLO = Graduate Learning Outcome
CLO = Course Learning Outcomes
FF = Face to Face Learning
ST = Structured tasks
SS = Self Study