This course covers advanced topics in instrumental analysis primarily focusing on applications of instrumental methods for chemical analysis. The topics include instrumental techniques like spectroscopy, flame emission and atomic absorption, Chemiluminescence & Luminescence, potentiometry.
Practical experience of the measurement methods of molecular and Atomic spectrum based on the concept of emission and absorption spectrum.
Course Objectives & Outcomes
- To recognize theories and types of techniques of chemical spectroscopy methods, in addition to their practical applications.
- To recognize a theoretical principle of some electrochemical methods of analysis.
At the end of this course, the students will be able to:
- Understandtheories and different techniques to measure the concentration of the components.
- Comparing between different analytical methods for measuring the concentrations of components of the material to be studied.
- Acquires skills using spectroscopy methods and techniques with regards to spectra.
1. A. Skoog, F.J. Holler, T.A. Niemann “Principles of Instrumental Analysis”, 6th Ed., 2006, Brooks/Cole Thomson Learning, London.
2-Dean's Analytical Chemistry Handbook, McGraw-Hill Handbooks, 2013.
3-Analytical chemistry for technicians / by John V. Kenkel. CRC press— Fourth Edition 2013
4. Vogel's - Textbook of quantitative chemical analysis (5th Edition, G.H. JEFFERY, J. BASSETT, J. MENDHAM, R.C. DENNEY.
5. F. Rouessac and A. Rouessac “Chemical Analysis: Modern Instrumentation methods and Techniques”, 2th Ed., 2000, Wiley, France.
Course ID: CHEM 304
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