CHM 401 - Instrumental Analysis - 구상만 교수, 2009년 1학기
Professor 구상만, Ph.D.
Hanyang Fusion Materials
Three Hours long class - Once Weekly
Course DescriptionInstrumental Analysis provides a theoretical and hands-on introduction to the working principles behind some of the most common instrumentation currently used in chemical analyses. In the lectures you will learn the chemical or physical principles exploited during the measurement, how the instrument actually makes the measurement and some of the techniques used to increase accuracy, precision and sensitivity. This knowledge will make you better able to assess experimental data, more adept at designing experiments, and serve as a foundation for any future work involving instrumental techniques. This course consists of two main parts. The first part of the course focuses on the fundamentals and basics used in all instrumental methods such as data treatment, theory of spectroscopy, and common components of analytical instrument. The second part examines in detail instrumental methods which have been used mostly widely; topics include UV/Vis spectrometry, IR spectrometry, mass spectrometry, NMR spectrometry, thermal methods, surface characterization, and chromatographic analysis.
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