University Chemistry ›› 2021, Vol. 36 ›› Issue (3): 2012009.doi: 10.3866/PKU.DXHX202012009

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Some Explorations on the Introducing of Ideological and Political Elements into Analytical Chemistry Course

Feng Gan, Fang Zhu()   

  • Received:2020-12-04 Accepted:2021-01-22 Published:2021-02-01
  • Contact: Fang Zhu


Analytical chemistry has a breadth of audience in colleges and universities, because it is one of the basic courses for most disciplines. As analytical chemistry course starts at the early college year, it will play important influence on the formation of the correct ideological and political opinion of students. The authors made deep exploration on the ideological and political elements in classroom teaching of acid-base titration, complexation titration and Ringbom's equation. The results show that ideological and political elements can be integrated into teaching process if we hold the idea of cultural inheritance and innovation.

Key words: Analytical chemistry, Dialectical unity, Quantitative change caused qualitative change, Ideological and political elements, Classroom teaching