Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017
CHM 340 Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis
2 class hours, 4 laboratory hours; 4 credits
Fundamental considerations underlying the theory and design of instrumental methods and procedures of analysis. General treatment of the operating characteristics of instruments. A consideration of ultraviolet-visible, infrared, nuclear magnetic, and electron spin resonance spectroscopy; column and gas chromatography; flame photometry; atomic absorption; polarography; fluorimetry; radiochemical and thermal analysis; electrophoresis; and other analytical methods. Basic instrumentation electronics, including operational amplifiers, triodes, transistors, and transducers. NOTE: This course has a material fee.
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