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CHEM 465, Advanced Spectroscopy
This course will focus on advanced spectroscopic techniques. Applications of NMR, Mass Spectrometry, and Fourier Transform Infrared will be studied. Special emphasis is placed on understanding the theoretical basis of these instruments, operational techniques, the use of specialized methods to solve specific chemical problems, and the interpretation of spectral information. One lecture hour. Prerequisites: CHEM 366 and CHEM 368. Co-requisite CHEM 467. 1 semester hour.

CHEM 467, Advanced Spectroscopy Lab
This laboratory provides students an opportunity to use the instrumentation discussed in CHEM 465. This includes using a variety of advanced spectroscopic techniques to obtain structural information from chemical systems. Emphasiis is placed upon experiments that thelp clarify the underlying physical concepts of NMR, Mass Spectrometry, and Fourier Transform Infrared spectrsocopy. Students will gain hands on experience with these powerful techniques. Three laboratory hours. Co-requisite CHEM 465. 1 semester hour.

This page contains lecture materials, answers to problem sets, handouts, spreadsheets, mathcad documents and WWW links for Chemistry 465 (Advanced Spectroscopy) 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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Widener University
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