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CEV444 Instrumental and Environmental Analysis Sep 2017 Jan 2018

COURSE OUTLINE
CEV444 INSTRUMENTAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
FACULTY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING,
UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA CAWANGAN PULAU PINANG

1.0 COURSE INFORMATION

PROGRAM : Bachelor of Chemical Engineering (Environment) with Honours (EH224)


SEMESTER : 7
CREDIT UNITS : 3
CONTACT HOURS : 5
SELF LEANING TIME (SLT) : Equivalent to 3 credit
Face-to-Face (F2F): 51 hours
Non-Face-to-Face: 7 hours Guided and 62 hours Non-Guided
COURSE STATUS : CORE
PRE-REQUISITE : NONE

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course introduces topics on qualitative and quantitative analysis for environmental samples using spectroscopy
and chromatography methods. Besides, this course also covers the analysis methods for water, soil and air samples.
Analytical method, analytical data and sampling procedures will be introduced as well in this course.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

Demonstrate professional competencies in chemical and environmental engineering fields/


PEO1
organization
Engage in effective communication, team work and leadership across organization or surrounding
PEO2
community
PEO3 Engage in lifelong learning through professional career development and/or advanced studies

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals to solve complex


PO1
engineering problems in chemical and environmental engineering.
Ability to conduct complex chemical and environmental investigation using research-based
PO4 knowledge and method including design of experiment, analysis and interpretation of data to
provide valid conclusion.
PO9 Ability to communicate effectively not only with engineers but also with the community at large.

COURSE OUTCOMES (COs)/ COURSE OBJECTIVES

Explain related environmental problems based on the basic principles of instrumental and
CO1
environmental analysis (C6).
Organize experiments related to instrumental and environmental analysis in solving environmental
CO2
problems based on standard laboratory practice (P4).
CO3 Explain the experimental findings in report with proper organization (A4).

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PEO-PO MATRIX CO-PO MATRIX

PO1 PO4 PO9 PO1 PO4 PO9


PEO1 CO1
PEO2 CO2
PEO3 CO3

2.0 TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Lectures: 2 hours
Laboratory sessions: 3 hours

3.0 COURSE EVALUATION

Assessment Percentage
Course Work
1. Tests (PO1 : CO1) 20 %
2. Assignments (PO1 : CO1) 10 %
3. On-site Continuous Assessment/Rubric (PO4 : CO2) 40 %
4. Laboratory Reports (PO9 : CO3) 30 %

Total 100 %

4.0 LECTURERS

Dr. Norhusna Mohamad Nor


Room No/ Tel: BKBA 4.39/ 04-3822539 E-mail: norhusna8711@ppinang.uitm.edu.my

Mdm. Nur Fadzeelah Abu Kasim


Room No/ Tel: BKBA 4.36/ 04-3822536 E-mail: nurfadzeelah122@ppinang.uitm.edu.my

5.0 REFERENCES

Recommended Text

Nil

References

1. Skoog D. A., West D. M., Holler F. J., Crouch S.R. (2013). Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry (9th ed.)
Thomson Learning Inc.

2. Kebbekus, B.B. & Mitra, S. (1998). Environmental Chemical Analysis. Chapman & Hall/CRC.

3. Dunnivant, F. M. (2004). Environmental Laboratory Exercises for Instrumental Analysis and Environmental
Chemistry, John Wiley.

4. Skoog, D. A., Holler, F. J. & Crouch, S. R. (2006). Principles of Instrumental Analysis (6th ed.) Brooks/Cole.

5. Lenore S. C., Arnold E. G. & Andrew D. E. (1998). Standard methods for the examination of water and
wastewater (20th ed.) American Public Health Association, Washington.

6. Emission Measurement Center, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), USA. Retrieved on 1st April 2015, from
http://www.epa.gov/ttn/emc/.
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6.0 ACADEMIC CALENDAR


SEPTEMBER 2017 JANUARY 2018

Date Week Date Week


11 17 Sep 1 13 19 Nov 9
18 24 Sep 2 20 26 Nov 10
25 Sep 01 Oct 3 27 Nov 03 Dec 11
02 08 Oct 4 04 10 Dec 12
09 15 Oct 5 11 17 Dec 13
16 22 Oct Mid Term Break 18 24 Dec 14
23 29 Oct 6 25 Dec 01 Jan Study Week
30 Oct 05 Nov 7 02 25 Jan Final Examination
06 12 Nov 8 26 Jan 4 Mac Semester Break

7.0 LESSON PLAN

Lecture Duration
Chapter/ Content CO-PO Activities
(weeks) (hours)

CHAPTER 1
1. INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL Briefing: the
MEASUREMENTS course
1.1 Design of environmental studies objectives and
1 2 CO1, PO1
1.2 Classification of analytical method lesson plan
1.3 Techniques, methods and procedures
1.4 Basic statistical analysis of data Lectures
1.5 Standard and calibration

CHAPTER 2
2. ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING
2.1 Type of samples
2.2 Sampling and analysis
2 2 CO1, PO1 Lectures
2.3 Water sampling
2.4 Soil sampling
2.5 Sampling stratified levels in containers
2.6 Preservation of samples

CHAPTER 3
3. SPECTROSCOPY ANALYSIS
3.1 Spectroscopic methods for environmental
analysis
3.2 Absorption and emission spectroscopy Lectures
3.3 Spectroscopic apparatus CO1, PO1
35 6 3.4 Ultraviolet and Visible absorption CO2, PO4 Laboratory
spectroscopy CO3, PO9
3.5 Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Assignment 1
(FTIR)
3.6 Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS)
3.7 Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission
Spectroscopy (ICP)

MID TERM BREAK

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Lecture Duration
Chapter/ Content CO-PO Activities
(weeks) (hours)

CHAPTER 6
6. SOIL ANALYSIS
6.1 Introduction of soil analysis
CO1, PO1 Lectures
6.2 Measurement of soil pH
6 7 CO2, PO4
6.3 Analysis of metals in soil and solids
CO3, PO9 Laboratory
6.4 Colorimetric tests for soil and sludge
analyses
6.5 Measurement of total organic carbon in
soil

CHAPTER 4
4. CHROMATOGRAPHY ANALYSIS
4.1 Principles of chromatography
4.2 Quantitation in chromatography
4.3 Gas Chromatography (GC) Lectures
4.3.1 GC instrumentation
4.3.2 GC detectors CO1, PO1 Laboratory
8 10 6 4.4 High Performance Liquid CO2, PO4
Chromatography (HPLC) CO3, PO9 Assignment 2
4.4.1 HPLC instrumentation
4.4.2 HPLC detectors Test 1
4.5 Gas Chromatography Mass
Spectrometry (GCMS)
4.6 Application of chromatography in
environmental analysis

CHAPTER 5
5. WATER ANALYSIS
5.1 Potentiometry for ions and gases in CO1, PO1 Lectures
11 12 4 aqueous solution CO2, PO4
5.2 Metals in water samples CO3, PO9 Laboratory
5.3 Inorganic anions in water
5.4 Organic compounds in water
CHAPTER 7
7. AIR ANALYSIS
7.1 Introduction of air analysis
7.2 Determination of gaseous species Lectures
7.3 Determination of Volatile Organic CO1, PO1
13 14 4 Compounds (VOC) CO2, PO4 Laboratory
7.4 Determination of pollutants in particulate CO3, PO9
material Test 2
7.5 Field methods for air analysis
7.6 Methods for stack monitoring

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8.0 SELF LEARNING TIME (SLT)


Learning outcomes, learning activities, learning time (in hours) and estimating MQF credit for a course: CEV444
CLO 1: Explain related environmental problems based on the basic principles of instrumental and environmental analysis (C6).
CLO 2: Organize experiments related to instrumental and environmental analysis in solving environmental problems based on standard laboratory practice (P4).
CLO 3: Explain the experimental findings in report with proper organization (A4).

Traditional (Guided) in
class (Guided / supervised) Teaching & Learning in
learning activities and off class Activities (ATLA) (Managed) Independent Learning Activities

online
ATLA 1 ATLA 2 **Self- Total
(guided Assign- **Self- **Self- **Self- **Self-
Lab/ SCL/P Project/ Mini Talk/Industri ATLA 3 preparati
) ments/Repo learning- learning- learning- learning- Quiz MQF
No Modules / Topics / Lecture Tut BL Project al Visit ind train on
rt Lec Lab/Tut tests/quiz Other tests Credit
units of study discussin
Non F2F Non F2F Non F2F Non F2F Non F2F exam.
Non Non Non Non F2F Non F2F Non
*F2F F2F F2F F2F F2F F2F F2F F2F F2F F2F SLT F2F F2F
F2F

1 Introduction to environmental measurements 2 2 1 1 1 0.25 1 0.5 0.25 9.0 4.3 4.8 0.2

2 Environmental sampling 2 3 1 2 5 0.25 2 0.5 0.25 16.0 5.3 10.8 0.4

3 Spectroscopy analysis 6 3 1 2 5.5 0.5 2 0.5 0.50 21.0 9.5 11.5 0.5

4 Chromatography analysis 6 3 1 2 5.5 0.5 2 0.5 0.50 21.0 9.5 11.5 0.5

5 Water analysis 4 3 1 2 4 0.5 2 1 0.50 18.0 7.5 10.5 0.5

6 Soil analysis 4 3 1 2 4 0.5 2 0.5 0.50 17.5 7.5 10.0 0.4

7 Air analysis 4 3 1 2 4 0.5 2 0.5 0.50 17.5 7.5 10.0 0.4

Total 28.0 18.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.0 13.0 29.0 3.0 13.0 4.0 0.0 3.0 120.0 51.0 69.0 3.0
Student learning time (SLT) per wk 2.0 1.3 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.5 0.9 2.1 0.2 0.9 0.3 0.0 0.2 8.6 3.6 4.9

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9.0 LABORATORY SESSION PLAN

Lecture Duration
Chapter/ Content CO-PO Activities
(weeks) (hours)
Briefing:
1 3 Nil - Course objectives and lesson
plan
Lab safety
2 3 CEV444 Laboratory Briefing CO2, PO4 Pre Lab Exp 1 (Air Sampling)
Laboratory (site)
3 3 Experiment 1: Air Sampling CO2, PO4 Pre Lab Exp 1 (Water & Soil
Samplings)
Experiment 1: Air Sampling
CO2, PO4
4 3 Experiment 1: Water and Laboratory (site)
CO3, PO9
Soil Samplings
Experiment 1: Air Sampling Laboratory (site)
CO2, CO3,
5 3 Soil Sample Preparation for Laboratory
PO4, PO9
Acid Digestion Pre Lab Exp 2
MID TERM BREAK
Experiment 1: Air Sampling
Acid Digestion for CO2, CO3, Laboratory (site)
6 3
Experiment 1 and PO4, PO9 Laboratory
Experiment 2
Experiment 1: Air Sampling CO2, CO3, Laboratory (site)
7 3
Experiment 1: Soil Sampling PO4, PO9 Laboratory (TOC analysis)
Experiment 2: Determination of
CO2, CO3, Laboratory (AAS/ICP)
8 3 Heavy Metal Elements in Soil by
PO4, PO9 Pre Lab Exp 3
using ICPOES

Experiment 3: Analysis of Water CO2, CO3, Laboratory (COD analysis)


9 3
Sampling PO4, PO9 Pre Lab Exp 4

Experiment 4: Determination of
CO2, CO3,
10 3 VOCs in ambient air by using Laboratory (GC)
PO4, PO9
Gas Chromatography

11 Nil

12 Nil

13 Nil

14 Nil

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10.0 OTHER INFORMATION/DETAILS

1. Attendance to class is compulsory. Absence from lectures, tests, industrial visit or presentation must be
supported with relevant documentation.
2. Attendance (lectures/laboratories) of 80% is compulsory; otherwise the students will be barred.
3. Marks will be deducted for late submission of assignment and mini project reports after the due date.
4. Consultation is by appointment only.
5. Any form of cheating and plagiarism in tests, assignment and mini project will be penalized.
6. Students are compulsory to perform the evaluation of this course at the end of semester as instructed by
BHEA UiTM through i-Learn portal.

Prepared by : Approved by :

.
NORHUSNA MOHAMAD NOR

Senior Lecturer
.
DR. WAN ZURAIDA WAN KAMIS

Head of Centre Studies


Faculty of Chemical Engineering
. UiTM Cawangan Pulau Pinang
NUR FADZEELAH ABU KASSIM 12th September 2017
Senior Lecturer

Faculty of Chemical Engineering


UiTM Cawangan Pulau Pinang
12th September 2017

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