2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

CHE 320 Instrumental Analysis I

91/2 hours: 11/2 hours lecture, 8 hours laboratory 

Introduction to instrumental analysis of physical evidence. Emphasis on the theory and use of those analytical instruments commonly found in forensic and other quantitative industrial and clinical laboratories. Laboratory methods include ultraviolet and infrared spectrophotometry, emission spectrography, X-ray diffractometry, thin-layer and gas chromatography and the use of electronic test equipment for troubleshooting.

Credits

4

Prerequisite

ENG 201, CHE 104, CHE 201-CHE 202, CHE 220, PHY 204, MAT 242; CHE 302

Corequisite

CHE 302

Notes

This course has a $40.00 material fee.