CHM396H5 • Analytical and Physical Chemistry Instrumentation Laboratory I

Description

This analytical and physical chemistry laboratory course represents an integration of the study of fundamental physical chemistry with wide-ranging applications to instrumental methods of analysis, such as separation science, electrochemistry and spectroscopy. The course will provide a solid hands-on grounding in many of the major topics covered in analytical and physical chemistry, and the optimization of instrumental analytical measurements by the application of physical principles. Students select from a variety of instruments to customize their program, and develop their own analytical methods to address analytical problems of interest to the student.

Prerequisites
Exclusions
Course Experience
University-Based Experience
Distribution Requirement
Science
Total Instructional Hours
48P
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Chemistry