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ANALYTICAL <a href="/keyword/environmental-chemistry/" >environmental chemistry</a> IES 1410F/CHM 410F Autumn, 2007 Lecture Schedule Lecture, T,R 4-5, Rm158 LM Scott A. Mabury Office hours T &amp; R 5 to 5:45; smabury@chem.utoronto.ca http://www.chem.toronto.edu/analest/ Date Sept Lecture Chapter 11 T Analytical <a href="/keyword/environmental-chemistry/" >environmental...

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ANALYTICAL <a href="/keyword/environmental-chemistry/" >environmental chemistry</a> IES 1410F/CHM 410F Autumn, 2007 Lecture Schedule Lecture, T,R 4-5, Rm158 LM Scott A. Mabury Office hours T &amp; R 5 to 5:45; smabury@chem.utoronto.ca http://www.chem.toronto.edu/analest/ Date Sept Lecture Chapter 11 T Analytical <a href="/keyword/environmental-chemistry/" >environmental chemistry</a> ~ Intro 1 13 R Env Sampling/Data Handling/Problem Solving Appendix 1; 5 18 T Env Sampling/Data Handling/Problem Solving continued 20 R Sample Preparation 25 T Sample Preparation 27 R Separation Theory Oct 2 4 9 11 16 18 23 25 Nov 30 1 6 8 13 15 20 22 27 Dec T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T R T Separation Theory Gas Chromatography (DeSilva) GC Detectors and Applications (DeSilva) <a href="/keyword/high-performance-liquid-chromatography/" >high <a href="/keyword/performance-liquid-chromatography/" >performance liquid chromatography</a> </a> (Butt) HPLC: Detectors and Applications (Butt) HPLC: Detectors and Applications HPLC: Detectors and Applications ImmunoAssay (D'eon) Midterm Examination Atomic Spectrophotometry Atomic Spectrophotometry Mass Spec Intro No Lecture (tentative) <a href="/keyword/mass-spectrometry/" >mass spectrometry</a> : Ionization &amp; Applications <a href="/keyword/mass-spectrometry/" >mass spectrometry</a> : Ionization &amp; Applications (D'eon) <a href="/keyword/mass-spectrometry/" >mass spectrometry</a> : Mass Analysis <a href="/keyword/mass-spectrometry/" >mass spectrometry</a> : EI Fragmentation 29 26 27 28,30 13-15 6, 8-10 11, 2...

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