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203-CIS-W'2010-JAN-PDF - 1 RYERSON UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF...

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1 RYERSON UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS (CHY 203) COURSE INFORMATION SHEET Instructor: David Naranjit Room: KHN 310 Phone: (416)-979-5000, Ext.6353 E-mail: naranjit@ryerson.ca Consulting Hours: Wednesdays 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM. Students may arrange to meet with me outside of the posted office hours. Course: CHY 203. Chemistry. Instrumental Methods of Analysis. Instrumentation for and applications of spectroscopic, chromatographic and electro-analytical analyses are discussed. This course emphasizes the principles of instrumental analysis, the selection of instruments and procedures for analysis, and the critical evaluation of data. The following lecture topics are covered: atomic (absorption, emission and fluorescence) and molecular (ultra violet, visible and infra-red) spectroscopy, x-ray fluorescence and x-ray diffraction spectroscopy, gas and liquid chromatography, and potentiometry. In the laboratory portion of this course, students carry out experiments based on the above topics. Prerequisite: CHY 103 Hours/week: 2 hr Lecture/1½ hr laboratory (scheduled as a 3-hr block on alternate weeks) Textbook: No textbook is assigned for this course, however, students are strongly encouraged to purchase one of the reference books listed below. References: D.A. Skoog, F.J. Holler, and T.A. Nieman, Principles of Instrumental Analysis (Saunders College Publishing). D. A. Skoog, D.M. West, F.J. Holler, Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry (Saunders College Publishing) Laboratory Manual: Laboratory Manual. CHY 203 (available at Alicos). Grading: There will be one mid-term test and one final examination. Laboratory marks will be based on reports submitted by students. A part of the final exam will be based on work carried out in the laboratory. Assignments/quizzes 15% Mid-term test 15% Laboratory Reports 35% Final Examination 35% Term Test: Tuesday March 2, 2010
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2 OBJECTIVES This course will focus on the basic principles, theories, and applications of several instrumentatal methods for chemical analysis. The following instrumental methods of analysis will be studied: molecular spectroscopy (UV-VIS, IR), atomic spectroscopy, x-ray spectroscopy, and chromatography. It is expected that at the end of this course, students will be able to (for each of the listed instrumental methods): • explain the fundamental theory that applies • discuss the processes and interactions that are occurring between emr and matter in the areas of the emr spectrum studied • discuss the separation and identification species by chromatography • discuss and select methods, and instrumental and operational parameters for the analysis of various species • explain the effects of instrumental and operation parameters on the analyses • carry out qualitative and quantitative analyses and discuss calibration methods
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