This course teaches the essential methods in analytical chemistry applicable to chemists, biologists, and most other disciplines of science. The course covers methods for treating analytical data including estimation of uncertainties, chromatography and other separation techniques, the applications of spectroscopy (UV/Visible absorption, infrared, fluorescence, NMR and mass spectrometry) to analysis and electrochemistry including pH measurements. These analytical techniques will be applied to solving chemical structure problems and interesting applications of these techniques will be covered (e.g., gene and protein sequencing and metal speciation in environmental samples).
Prerequisite: CHEM1011 or CHEM1031 or CHEM1051 or CHEM1811 or DPST1031 and CHEM1021 or CHEM1041 or CHEM1061 or CHEM1821 or DPST1032 and MATH1031 or MATH1041 or MATH1131 or MATH1141 or MATH1151 or MATH1231 or MATH1241 or MATH1251 or DPST1013 or DPST1014
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