CHEM2463 - Atomic Spectroscopy and Electroanalytical Chemistry
Students study the principles of the operation, design and the limitations of instruments used in atomic spectroscopy and electroanalytical chemistry. Students learn to operate and use analytical instruments in atomic spectroscopy including atomic absorption, inductively coupled plasma, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry and graphite furnace. Students learn to operate and use potentiometric, conductometric and coulometric electroanalytical instruments. Evaluation and interpretation of analytical data are emphasized.
Prerequisite: CHEM2362. Co-requisite: CHEM2464. This course is available to Open Studies students.
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