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Analytical Chemistry

Analytical chemistry is the determination of matter and its quantity. For example, determination of a substance composition mass spectrometry method is an example of analytical chemistry.

Chemists who possess the knowledge of chemistry, instrumentation, computer and statistics thrive in this field of chemistry. Analytical chemistry is mainly used for legal processes. assuring good food and medicines while they are in the process of making and delivery.

About This Course

An introductory course to scientific measurement and minimizing experimental errors. The course will cover elementary statistics for chemical measurement followed by the use of calibration's. Besides that, the process which is carried by the chromatographs while experiments will be discussed. Principles of Spectroscopy is another important topic which will be covered while this course. In short, we will cover principles of analytical chemistry and how to use them in chemistry and other subjects related to measurement.

This course is not dependent on the background of your study. Lastly, by the end of this course you will be able to develop critical and independent reasoning that can be applied to the new problems.  

  • Learn how we can minimize measurement errors.

  • Learn about the working of chromatographs and how they conduct experiments.

  • Learn about the working mechanism of infrared and UV spectrometers.

What You Will Learn

  • You will learn about the basic background of analytical chemistry and concepts necessary to conduct chemical experiments.

  • Analyzing the accuracy and precision of experimental data founded.

  • Exposure to modern techniques related to chemical experiments.

  • Analytical and laboratory skills that are necessary to become chemical problem solver.

  • Understanding how to make your experiments faster better and simple.

  • You will learn how to use chromatographs and spectrometers while experiments. These two are the important instruments in analytical chemistry experiments.

Who Should Attend

Individuals who regularly work in such environments where these experiments are necessary can attend this course e.g. Chemical laboratory. Besides that, individuals who are new in the field of analytical chemistry can attend this course for gaining more experience. Lastly, the heads of the departments who runs different laboratories can attend this course, because it will enable them to know what is going on in their laboratory. Whether it is according to the rules or against.

What is Analytical chemistry?

Quantifying Measurement errors

Chemistry Students
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