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Introduction to Chemical Instrumentation

CHM 539

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This course covers the application of selected analytical instrumentation to modern chemical/biochemical research, including materials science and environmental and medicinal chemistry. Primary emphasis: NMR methods; advantages and applications of cryoprobe-assisted high sensitivity 13C-NMR spectroscopy; data processing and spectrum analysis; integration with mass spectrometry; X-ray diffraction; IR, UV, and EPR spectroscopy; chiroptical techniques. Practical problem solving exercises for identification and characterization of molecular structure and dynamics using in-house examples are a significant part of the curriculum.
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Section L01