C30J_RS_Intro_ - Goals. To introduce students to the...

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Unformatted text preview: Goals. To introduce students to the principles and use of some advanced instrumental techniques for detecting and quantifying analytes , to illustrate the importance of sampling and sample handling to the quality of analytical data , and to consider methods for presenting and reviewing quality control data . Chemical Analysis II Chem3001 (C30J) Objectives. 1. To consider advanced concepts of chromatographic separation techniques and the detection and quantification of isolated analytes. 2. To consider the basic principles of instrumental methods for the detection and quantification of metal ions . 3. To consider approaches to the collection of samples and methods used to assure that sample characteristics do not introduce systematic errors . 4. To consider methods for the preparation of quality control charts and the use of such charts in assessing data quality . 5. To provide opportunities to plan and implement an analytical approach to the determination of an anlayte in a real sample using advanced instrumental methods. 6. To provide opportunities for students to gain experience in the presentation of written and oral reports on analytical data and their interpretation . Facts/expectations/assumptions 1. Course develops on Chem1901, Chem1902 and Chem2001. 2. Students have accepted responsibility for their own learning. 3. Lectures identify the material that students are expected to understand and work with. 4. Tutorials are sessions where students are guided in working with selected course material....
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course CHEMISTRY C30J taught by Professor Vaugnrattray during the Spring '11 term at University of the West Indies at Mona.

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C30J_RS_Intro_ - Goals. To introduce students to the...

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