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CHEM 6201 Survey of Analytical Chemistry Spring 1998

Lecture Schedule

Jan 20, 22 Introduction and Electronic Signals, Digital Electronics (Chapters 1-6)
Jan 27, 29 Signals and Noise, Sensitivity, Detection Limit (Chapters 10 -12)
Feb 3-5 Introduction to Spectrometry (Chapters 16)
Molecular Spectroscopy (Chapters 15 - 18)
Feb 10, 12 Atomic Spectrometry, ICP, ICP/MS (Chapters 13 - 14)
Feb 17 NO CLASSES
Feb 19 Mass Spectrometry (Chapters 20)
MIDTERM 1 (Chapters 1-13, 19-22) Take home assignments
Feb 24-26 Introduction to Chemical Separations, Chromatographic quantitation
Midterm exam due
Mar 3-5 Pittcon 98.
Gas Chromatography (Chapters 24-25)
Mar 10-12 SPRING BREAK
Mar 17-19 GC Instrumentation, Injectors, Columns, Detectors
Mar 24-26 GC Theory, Head-Space, Thermal Desorption
Mar 31, April 2 MIDTERM 2 (Chapters 18, 24 - 26), HPLC Introduction
Apr 7 HPLC Instrumentation (Handouts and Reserve)
Apr 9 NO CLASSES
Apr 14-16 HPLC Theory, Method development
Apr 21-23 HPLC Reversed Phase, Normal Phase, IEX, GPC
Apr 28-30 LC/MS, CZE, CEC
May 5 - 7 Extraction, Sample Preparation Methods (Handouts and Reserve)

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