|Module title||Metrology in Chemistry|
|Module lecturer||prof. zw. dr hab. Danuta Barałkiewicz(wykład)/Adam Sajnóg (ćwiczenia)|
|Faculty||Faculty of Chemistry|
Module aim (aims)
Explanation of the most important aspects relating to the application of metrology in chemical measurements. During classes a group of two or three students will carry out an independent research project which calls for validation of the applied analytical procedure, application of an appropriate standard facilitating traceability and evaluation of uncertainty.
Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)
Week 1 Intoduction to metrology in chemistryWeek 2 Statistics for analytical chemistryWeek 3 Significance testingWeek 4 Internal quality control -QCWeek 5 Sampling a part of a measurement procedureWeek 6 Single laboratory validation of measurement procedures.Part 1Week 7 Single laboratory validation of measurement procedures.Part 2Week 8 Uncertainty of measurement: principles and modeling approachWeek 9 Uncertainty of measurement: single-lab validation approachWeek 10 Uncertainty of measurement: interlaboratory approachesWeek 11 Traceability of measurement resultsWeek 12 Use of reference materialsWeek 13 Selection of reference materialsWeek 14 Inter-laboratory comparisonsWeek 15 Test
1. Piotr Konieczka, Jacek Namieśnik: Quality assurance and Quality Control in the Analytical Chemical Laboratory, A practical Approach, CRC Press , Taylor & Francis Group, 20092. A. Fajgelj, M. Belli, U. Sansone: Combining and Reporting Analytical Results, RSCPublishing, 2007