About 366/368, Instrumental Analysis/Instrumental Analysis Lab

Course Description

Instrumetnal Analysis

A study of instrumentation and its applicability to structural determinatino and chemical analysis is made. Included are elementary electronics and circuitry, electrochemcial, spectrophotometric, magnetic, and thermal methods. Three class hours. Prerequisite: CHEM 365, CHEM 385, PHYS 232 or equivalent, MATH 142, or permission of instructor. Corequisite: CHEM 368. 3 semester hours

Instrumental Analysis Lab

This laboratory will focus on the optimization and application of different instrumental techniques. Including computer interfacing, spectroscopy, chromatography, electrochemistry, and mass spectrometry. Emphasis is placed on instrumntal techniques used for environmental and clinical applications. Computers will be used extensively for analyzing and presenting data. Six laboratory hours. Corequisite CHEM 366. 2 semster hours

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This page contains lecture materials, answers to problem sets, handouts, spreadsheets, mathcad documents and WWW links for Chemistry 146 (Fundamentals of Chemistry II) at Widener University. Many of these files require helper applications. These are already installed in the student laboratories at Widener. Others must install these helper applications to make full use of this site.

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