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CHEM 382: Instrumental Analysis

Students study how an instrument functions mechanically, mathematically, optically, and electronically, and then how its parts are linked together. Topics covered include basic electronics and computer interfacing, spectrophotometric instruments, mass spectrometers, electrochemical instrumentation, and various separation methods. Offered annually in the fall semester. Counts toward management studies concentration.
Prerequisites: CHEM 255 and CHEM 256; previous or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 125 or PHYS 131 is recommended; concurrent registration in CHEM 378 is required.


...CHEM 371 Physical Chemistry 1.00 CHEM 379 Biochemistry I 1.00 CHEM 382 & CHEM...

Management Studies

...and Beyond BI/ES 228 Environmental Health CHEM 382 Instrumental Analysis CHIN 232 Intermediate Chinese...