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CH 499 Advanced Chemical Spectroscopy (1)
An in-depth study of how spectroscopic methods are used to investigate
chemical systems. The material builds on experience students have
acquired using spectroscopic techniques in other courses. Lecture work
will focus on the theoretical basis of spectroscopy, data analysis and
theory of scientific instrumentation. Laboratory work will focus on the
application of various spectroscopic techniques, uses and limitations
of chemical analysis, and application of different measurement
techniques to chemical problems. Students will be required to work
on an independent research project. The course provides for 120
hours of academic work distributed over lecture and laboratory time.
Prerequisites: CH 212 and CH 220. Exploration term.