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CHEM 1035/1036: General Chemistry

The place to start.

CHEM 2114: Analytical Chemistry

Sophomore-level analytical chemistry stressing analytical concepts, aqueous equilibria, separations, electrochemistry, and spectrometry.

CHEM 2124: Analytical Chemistry

Sophomore-level analytical lab performing wet chemical analysis, UV/Vis and fluorescence spectroscopy, atomic spectrometry, and gas chromatography.

CHEM 4114: Instrumental Analysis

Junior-level lecture course on the principles and applications of electrochemistry, atomic and molecular spectrometry, mass spectrometry, and chromatography.

CHEM 4124: Instrumental Analysis Laboratory

Senior-level lab course with hand-on use of modern chemical instruments.

CHEM 5104: Analytical Spectroscopy

Graduate-level course on optics, lasers, and advanced spectroscopy.

CHEM 5144: Instrument Design

Graduate-level course on data analysis, optics, electronics, vacuum systems, and the construction of analytical instruments. Includes four lab experiments on electronics, spectrometer parameters, pulse-counting, and lock-in amplifier.

CHEM 6164: Current Topics - Bioanalytical Spectroscopy

Graduate-level course on the principles of UV/Vis spectroscopy, emphasizing fluorescence and bioanalytical applications. Follows the text Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy, 3rd Ed., by J. R. Lakowicz.


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