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CHEM 6614 - Instrumental Analysis
CHEM 4524 with "D" or better
A rigorous and hands-on exposure to the fundamental thinking, hardware, and techniques common to instrumental analysis as performed in a modern chemical laboratory. The following methods are emphasized: visible, ultraviolet, and infrared spectroscopy, atomic absorption methods, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, mass spectroscopy, and gas and high pressure liquid chromatography. A survey of microscopy, calorimetry, and selected electronic and electrical concepts to instrumentation will also be included.