About ENVR 306, Environmental Analysis

Course Description

This course teaches students the theory and application of environmental sampling and analysis techniques. The course introduces students to the instrumentation and techniques used to assess air, water, and soil quality. Lecture focuses on sampling, statistics, the operational theory of different measurement techniques, and the relevant chemical reactions. In the laboratory, students apply this to the quantitation and identification of various environmentally significant compounds. Two hours lecture, 6 hours laboratory weekly. Prerequisites: ENVR 304 and BIOL 299. 6 semester hours

About this site

This page contains lecture materials, answers to problem sets, handouts, spreadsheets, mathcad documents and WWW links for Environmental Science 306 (Environmental Analysis) 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.

Information about helper applications used at this site and instructions for installation.

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Scott Van Bramer
Department of Chemistry
Widener University
One University Place
Chester, PA 19013

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