Topics covered in this course are the application of a various spectroscopic techniques, including; ultraviolet, infra-red and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, mass spectra for the identification of organic substances.
Practical training on methods for preparation of samples of different organic compounds (solid, liquid) to measure the spectra of infrared and UV-Vis. radiation as well as solving exercises.
Course Objectives & Outcomes
- To understand the various spectroscopy characterization techniques
- To learn how to determine the structure of organic compounds utilizing the spectroscopic techniques that are an important part of modern research and development.
- To focus on the theory and applied in determining the structure of organic molecules.
At the end of this course, the students will be able to:
- Know the various kinds of spectroscopy (UV-Vis, IR, NMR and Mass Spectroscopy) and its applications.
- Describe the mechanism of these devices techniques.
- Interpreter the spectra in correlation to the chemical structure.
- Compare between both theoretical and
- practical parts of course
- Predict chemical structure from various spectral data.
- Perform effective communication and positive relation with others and be able to work as an effective member in a team.
- Use computer technology to get access to the course material.
- Operate using equipment, machines.
1. Pavia. D.L., Lampman, G.M. and Kriz, G.S. Introduction to Spectroscopy. Brook/cole Learning, 4th Edition (2009). ISBN-13: 978-0495114789 ISBN-10: 0495114782
2. Silverstein, R.M., Clayton, G. and Morril, T.C. Spectrometric Identification
of Organic Compounds 7th Edition, USA: John Wiley & Sons; 2005.ISBN-13:978-0471393627 ISBN-10:0471393622
Course ID: CHEM 408
|Credit hours||Theory||Practical||Laboratory||Lecture||Studio||Contact hours||Pre-requisite||3||2||2||4||CHEM 305|