CHEM 2302 – Analytical Chemistry II, Introduction to Instrumental Analysis

(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture, 4 hours lab

This course follows Chemistry 2301 (Analytical Chemistry 1, Quantitative Analysis) and introduces students to the principles and practice of instrumental methods in quantitative analysis. Lectures will cover spectroscopic analysis (UV-visible, atomic absorption/emission), electroanalytical methods (potentiometry, voltametry, coulometry and redox titrations) and analytical separation methods (extraction methods, chromatography [including ICP,HPLC,GC,GC-MS] and capillary electrophoresis). Labs will cover quantitative analysis of organic and inorganic materials using some of the above methods.

Prerequisite: Chemistry 2301, Grade of C- or higher.

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