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SSCK1203-63- Topic 1- Introduction - ANALYTICAL...

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ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY (SSCK 1203) Analytical Chemistry and Instrumentation Panel Department of Chemistry Faculty of Science UTM Skudai
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INTRODUCTION TO ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY (PART 1) ‘ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY’ - A branch of chemistry that deals with the separation, identification & determination of analytes (components) in a sample -It involves the application of a range of techniques and methodologies to obtain and assess qualitative, quantitative and structural information on the nature of matter.
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Clinical analysis Analysis of blood, urine, feces, cellular fluids, etc (for use in medical diagnosis) Pharmaceutical analysis Establishment of physical properties, toxicity, metabolites, quality control, etc (medicine/drugs) AREAS OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY Environmental analysis Monitoring of pollutants, soil and water analysis, pesticides, etc (environment quality) Forensic analysis Analysis related to criminology, DNA finger printing, finger print detection, blood analysis (crime detection and court testimonies) Industrial quality control Requirements of companies for product quality . Bioanalytical chemistry and analysis Detection and/or analysis of biological components (eg proteins, DNA, RNA, carbohydrates, etc)
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ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS IN INDUSTRY - INTERFACES Other chemists Colleges Universities Health & Safety Production plants Contract labs Management Professional organizations Statisticians Government agencies Engineers Suppliers Sales & Marketing Life scientists Technical reps In field Peers, Supervisors Lawyers Analytical chemist
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Attributes of a good Analytical Chemist Knows and has skill in the methods and instruments used for analysis Understands the principles of analysis (able to apply and modify analytical methods to solve a particular problem) Able to evaluate and interpret results of an analysis Able to develop,
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