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CHEM 2216 Instrumental Analysis 1999 Spring

General Information

OBJECTIVES: This course will assist you in preparing for graduate study or employment in Chemistry by introducing modern chemical analysis employing instrumental methods. Topics to be explored include:  spectrometry, atomic-absorption, mass-spectrometry, separations and data analysis. In order to benefit from the course, you must be prepared to actively participate in discussions and laboratories. Please read the appropriate text material before attending the lectures or laboratories. It is expected that all members of the class will act as "students" - active pursuers of knowledge, rather than "pupils" - who expect the knowledge to be handed to them without effort.

Dr. Yuri Kazakevich Room. 112, McNulty Hall 201/761-9042  kazakeyu@shu.edu
Office Hours: 2 pm - 4 pm  T,Th
Bruce Sanchez Room 115 McNulty Hall sanchebr@shu.edu. Office Hours: TBA
Margaret Galazka galazkma@shu.edu
2:30 - 3:45 M,W Corrigan Hall Room 68
2:00 - 5:00 T (lab)  McNulty Hall Room 321
TEXT: Skoog, Holler, Nieman, Principles of Instrumental Analysis, 5th. Edition, Fort Worth TX: Saunders.
Available at SHU Bookstore.  Plus handouts and reserve materials
GRADING: 2 Midterms 30%, Final Exam 40%, 10 Lab Reports 30%
NOMINAL GRADING SCALE: >91 A; 87-90.9 B+; 82-86.9 B; 78-81.9 C+;
72-77.9 C; 68-71.9 D+; 60-67.9 D+; <60 F


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