CHEM4500 - Instrumental Analysis
Spring 2014

The general objective of this course is to survey the theory, practice, and operation of classical as well as modern analytical instrumentation and instrumental techniques, which are commonly used in laboratory quantization. Emphasis is placed on the uses and limitations inherent in the various methods available to today's scientist. The principles covered in the course include analytical instrument component theory, optical spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, electrochemical methods, and chemical separations.
Prerequisite: Department Head Approval
3 Credits

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