CHE 400:  INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS LECTURE

The intent of this course is the effective and knowledgeable use of modern chemical instrumentation in order to solve chemical problems. Areas covered will include: theory and fundamental concepts of instrumentation with application and interpretation of results. Topics include: analog and digital electronics, and electroanalytic, spectroscopic, and chromatographic methods. Spring Semester.

Prerequisites: CHE 205,206,211,300;PHY 111.  Co-requisite: CHE 401.