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CH241 – Analytical/Bioanalytical Chemistry

Analytical/Bioanalytical Chemistry focuses on the concepts of chemical speciation, complex equilibria, and chemical activity taught through a detailed analysis and reconstruction of the Flint, MI water crisis.

Instructor(s)

Assistant Professor Eli Fahrenkrug email

Concepts of chemical speciation, complex equilibria, and chemical activity taught through a detailed analysis and reconstruction of the Flint, MI water crisis. Basic quantitative and qualitative modes of chemical separation, spectroscopy, and electrochemistry introduced within biological and environmental contexts. Course culminates with student-driven research projects of their choosing.

Prerequisite: CH 108 and a 200 level science course. In addition to required textbooks, there may be additional costs associated with this course; please see the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry website for