Credit: 3 credits
This course is designed to introduce the modern instrumental methods that are used to solve analytical problems in chemistry. A qualitative and quantitative analysis which is studied in Analytical Chemistry course will be further developed. The course will begin with the explanation of instrumentation methods concept and the tools of quantitative analysis. Students will expose to spectroscopy (AAS, AES, MS, UV/VIS, FTIR, X-RAY, and NMR) and deals with the methods of electroanalytical chemistry.
CO1 Demonstrate knowledge of instrumental analysis principles.
CO2 Select the most appropriate instrumental analysis technique to solve an analytical problem.
CO3 Show the ability to explain instrumentation techniques orally.
CO4 Select appropriate reference materials for instrumentation methods.