General information

Module title Food Analytical Chemistry
Language English
Module lecturer Prof. UAM dr hab. Anetta Zioła-Frankowska/Prof. UAM dr hab. Iwona Kurzyca/Prof. UAM dr hab. Marcin Frankowski
Lecturer's email anetta.ziola-frankowska@amu.edu.pl
Lecturer position Profesor
Faculty Faculty of Chemistry
Semester 2021/2022 (summer)
Duration 45
ECTS 5
USOS code 02-FACA

Timetable

Module aim (aims)

OBJECTIVES
To learn about instrumental methods used to analyse the chemical and physical properties of foods, with stressed on chromatographic and spectrometric analyses applied in the analysis of foods.
To acquire laboratory skills required for performing a range of chemical and physicochemical analyses of food components
To understand the methods used to assess the accuracy and precision of the analytical techniques performed in lab.
To design of experiments in food analysis;
To learn about preparation methods of foods to chemical analysis

ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE COURSE STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO:
Describe and use principal analytical methods used for food analysis.
Choose appropriate analytical techniques for foods analysis.
Interpret and report data derived from chemical experiments/analysis in a meaningful way.
Demonstrate competency in the use of standard techniques of food analysis and the treatment of experimental data.
Apply modern instrumental methods to analyse chemical and physical properties of food

Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)

Basic knowledge in the field of analytical chemistry.

Syllabus

Food Analytical Chemistry course is designed to acquaint students with the theory and application of physical and chemical methods for determining the constituents of foods, especially with uses modern separation and instrumental analysis techniques. The lectures will cover the theory of various analytical techniques used in modern food analysis with basic principles of analytical procedures and techniques commonly used to determine the chemical composition characteristics of foods. The aim of the laboratory is to give students experience in performing food analysis experiments, analysing data and reporting their findings. The course will be focused on the application of qualitative and quantitative techniques used in the chemical analysis examination of food products. Moreover these analytical chemistry course will be focuses on novel analytical techniques and methods (e.g. ICP-MS, HPLC, LCMS, IC et al.). The theory is presented in lecture and the students gain experience in a discussion and lab. This course builds on the laboratory experience, which focuses on hands-on experience with modernanalytical instrumentation.

Reading list

1. Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry- 9E- Douglas A. Skoog; Donald M. West; F.James Holler; Stanley R. Crouch; ISBN978-0-495-55828-6; 0-495-55828-1

2. Analytical Chemistry of Foods
ISBN: 978-0-7514-0196-7; 978-1-4613-5905-0; 978-1-4615-2165-5; 978-1-77407-819-8

3. Analysis and Risk of Nanomaterials in Environmental and Food Samples: Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry (Wilson & Wilson's Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry)
ISBN: 978-0-444-56328-6; 978-0-444-56329-3; 978-1-283-58743-3

4.TOF-MS Within Food and Environmental Analysis (Wilson & Wilson's Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry)
ISBN: 978-0-444-53810-9; 978-0-444-53811-6; 978-1-282-23402-4

5. Principles of Analytical Chemistry
ISBN: 978-3-540-64007-3; 978-3-642-62959-4; 978-3-642-57157-2