65409 Analytical Chemistry 26cp; 6hpw
Requisite(s): 65306 Analytical Chemistry 1
Analytical chemistry is increasingly becoming an indispensable joint between life- and environmental sciences, medicine, nanotechnology, and forensic sciences. It is dependent on chromatographic and spectroscopic techniques to separate, identify and quantify organic and inorganic chemical compounds in often very low concentrations in complex matrices.
In this subject, students develop a theoretical understanding of fundamental models, techniques and instrumentation in Analytical Chemistry and translate the learnt content into practical skills. The lectures are divided into two main blocks: atomic and molecular spectroscopy and chromatography.
Autumn session, City campus
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