Analytical Chemistry, II (分析化學二)

Scope:

This course covers the main instrumental analysis techniques used by chemists in the 21st century.

Contents (by topic):

1. Introduction

2. Electronic components and circuits

3. Signal processing

4. Atomic absorption spectroscopy

5. Atomic emission spectroscopy

6. * Mid-term exam I

7. Molecular absorption spectroscopy

8. Molecular emission spectroscopy

9. Infrared spectroscopy

10. Atomic mass spectrometry

11. Molecular mass spectrometry

12. * Mid-term exam II

13. Gas chromatography

14. Liquid chromatography

15. Electrophoresis

16. Radiochemical methods

17. Automated methods of analysis

18. * Final exam

Evaluation:

* The final score will be based on the scores obtained from quizzes (20%), mid-term exams (40%), and final exam (40%).

Requirements:

Students who have completed Analytical Chemistry I can attend this course.

Study material:

Handouts will be provided for selected topics.

Main textbook: D.A. Skoog, F.J. Holler, S.R. Crouch, Principles of Instrumental Analysis, 7th Edition, 2017, Cengage.

Other references will be cited in the handouts and/or slides displayed on the screen.


Teacher's office hour:

Time: Friday, 14:00-15:00.

Place: Chemistry Building, room 316


Useful links: (This section will be expanded.)

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Handouts (for the participants of this course only):

The handouts and other course materials are currently available in the NTHU iLMS website. You have to log in.