01_08_intro - We eto C lcom HEM 447 C ourse Physical Me...

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Welcome to CHEM 447! Course: Physical Methods of Analysis This course introduces the principles and techniques of modern analytical chemistry. This is an important course!!! Instructor: Professor Kristina Håkansson [email protected]; Office: Chem 4521 Office Hours: Mon 4-5 pm and Thu 10-11 am (tentative), or by appt.
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FT-ICR MS NHMFL, Tallahassee, FL Uppsala University, Sweden University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
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Significance and Goals Instrumental analysis is a key chemistry course . Why? Because modern analytical instrumentation is a crucial part of everything you will do – here, grad school, industry – anywhere. Going to medical school? What do you think makes those printouts and screen images the labs will send you? You should gain a basic understanding of current techniques , the problems to which they are applicable, and an understanding of how chemical phenomena lead to recorded data . When presented with a problem, you should be able to select and evaluate appropriate techniques to attack it. So, read, study, work problems and ask questions . Most importantly, don’t despair ! All this knowledge will make a lot more sense already when you get to CHEM 480!
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Anal. Chem. July 1, 2006
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Course Methodology We will cover some major topics Methodologies widely used by chemists: major spectroscopies, important chromatographies, etc. We will bring you up-to-date in some emerging areas Some hot areas that you are likely to encounter: novel ionization methods for gas-phase analysis, scanning force microscopy, microfluidics (lab-on-a-chip), miniaturization, portable instrumentation, single molecule characterization, automated analysis, ultrasensitive techniques Teaching tools include: The text: Skoog, Holler and Crouch. References to the primary and review literature. PowerPoint slides – not a substitute for real reading Suggested Problems Your questions Your presentations Assessments (e.g., exams…)
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Broad outline 1. Chemical measurement principles: basics of data, intro. to instrumentation 2. Atomic/Molecular Spectroscopy: AA, AE, Fluorescence, vibrational spectroscopy (IR, Raman), MS 3. Chromatography & Separations: GC, HPLC, CE 4. Automated analysis and microfluidics Fundamentals, Spectroscopy, Separations, Automation and Miniaturization
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Lecture Schedule : 1/8 Electronics (Chapters 1-3) 1/13 Electronics, continued (Chapters 3-4) 1/15 Signal/Noise, Spectroscopy (Chapters 5-6) 1/20 Spectrometers (Chapters 6-7) 1/22 Spectrometers continued (Chapter 7) 1/27 Fourier transforms, AA (Chapters 7-9) 1/29 AE, Microscopy (Chapters 10 and 21)
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