Course No: CHEM.5140-031; SIS Class Nbr: 13522; SIS Term: 3310
Course Status: Registration Closed
Designed to provide graduate students and senior undergraduate students with an understandingof the principles and the theory of analytical measurements and instrumentation. The course isdivided into three sections consisting of a) analytical measurements including potentiometry andvoltammetry, b) spectrophotometric measurements (i.e. molecular spectrometry), and c) ionicequilibria and statistics. This course is required for graduate programs in Analytical Chemistryand Environmental Studies (Ph.D.) and is recommended for students in other graduate programssuch as Biology, Biochemistry and Environmental Studies (MS) and other areas of chemistry.
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