CHEM 405: Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis (2) (S)
Introduction to fundamental principles of modern instrumental analysis including: instrumentation and analytical applications of atomic and molecular spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, analytical separations, and electrochemistry instruments. Discussion of instrument design and capabilities as well as real-world problem solving with an emphasis on environmental applications. Hands-on laboratory work using modern instrumentation and independent projects involving environmental sampling and problem solving. Lecture: two hours per week.