Analytical Separations and Organic Mass Spectrometry
Instructor: Dr. Christina Bottaro Office: C4010 Phone: 864-8088
Yvette Favaro-Park Office: C4001 Phone: 864-8743
No Text. Course content will consist of assigned readings and course lecture notes. Notes and group communications will be made available on Brightspace (D2L).
Reference: Quantitative Chemical Analysis - Daniel Harris
Lecture: MWF 10:00-10:50 PM Room: C2026
Dedicated Lab Time: Friday, 2:00 - 4:50 PM Rm C5009
Please note this course is a cross-listed course - Chem 4151 and Chem 6151 (graduate level). Information for both with be posted on this page. Notes for the first section will be provided in class but other necessary
Note: There are no labs for the graduate students and the undergraduates will have a lab project - syllabus for details.
This course will focus on advances in the traditional chromatographic techniques, the development of new analytical tools in separation science, the interfacing of mass spectrometers to chromatographic instruments, and other mass spectrometric techniques. There is no assigned text.
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