CHEM 64900 - Instrumental Analysis
This is a laboratory-based introduction to electronic instrumentation-based analytical techniques for chemistry and biochemistry, which focuses on theoretical foundations and practical applications. The course discusses instrumental analysis applications in pharmaceutical research and production, materials, food science, forensics, energy, and medical laboratories, as well as basic research in chemistry, physics and biology. The course will be taught in a mixed format including lectures and laboratory projects, student-led discussions, and a final writing/oral presentation project, with a primary emphasis on laboratory experience.
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