Chem 2101 Syllabus Fall 2013

Chem 2101 Syllabus Fall 2013 - Chemistry 2101 Introductory...

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Chemistry 2101: Introductory Analytical Chemistry Lecture Course Syllabus, Fall 2013 3 Credits Instructor: Nic Frost 16 Smith Hall [email protected] Lectures: M W F 11:15 am – 12:05 pm 220 STSS (Science Teaching & Student Services) TAs: Megan Weisenberger ([email protected]) Alex Johnson ([email protected]) Marzieh Ramezani ([email protected]) Alyssa Cassabaum ([email protected]) Heather Grundhofer ([email protected]) Joe Amato ([email protected]) Chem 2101 and Chem 2111 will share TAs. Website: ay13.moodle.umn.edu Office Hours: M 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm, F 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm, 16 Smith Class Description: Chem 2101 is an introduction to the field of Chemical Analysis, i.e., the quantification of the amount of a particular compound in a particular sample, such as “how much cholesterol is in this milk?” At the conclusion of this class, students should have an understanding of the common approaches used in Analytical Chemistry. Topics that will be covered range from fundamentals typically encountered in Analytical Chemistry (e.g., statistics and chemical equilibria) to specific techniques, such as titrations, spectroscopy, and chromatography. Students with an interest in a career involving Analytical Chemistry are strongly encouraged to take Chem 4101 (Intermediate Analytical Chemistry). The two
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