Quantitative and qualitative techniques applied to univariate analytical, bioanalytical and/or environmental problems. Basic techniques of separation, spectroscopy, and electrochemistry are introduced through studies of chemical speciation and the activity of chemicals in aqueous solution and guided projects tailored to students’ interest areas. Laboratory included. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Scientific Investigation of the Natural World requirement.
Prerequisite: Chemistry 108 and a 200 level science course.
|Term||Block||Title||Instructor||Location||Student Limit/ Available||Updated|
|Fall 2015||Block 3||Analytical/Bioanalytical Chemistry||Nate Bower||Olin Hall 172||16/1||07/27/2016|
|Spring 2016||Block 6||Analytical/Bioanalytical Chemistry||Murphy Brasuel||Olin Hall 172||16/0||07/27/2016|
|Fall 2016||Block 3||Analytical/Bioanalytical Chemistry||Nate Bower||TBA||16/3||07/27/2016|
|Spring 2017||Block 6||Analytical/Bioanalytical Chemistry||Murphy Brasuel||TBA||16/4||07/27/2016|