CHEM 430 Instrumentation Analysis

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
This course is designed to give the students a broad experience in the theory of instrumentations. The labs will be investigative in nature where students are required to use the Internet and the Chemical literature to explore practical ways of using instruments for solving chemical problems qualitatively and quantitatively. The students will survey the theory and application of instruments such as: visible, ultra violet, Infra-red, Fluorescence, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Atomic absorption, Chromatography, and Mass Spectrometry.
Prerequisites: C or better in CHEM 200, CHEM 200L, CHEM 205, CHEM 205L, and a minimum of MATH 104. Concurrent enrollment in CHEM 430L.