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Get an Introduction to Analytical Chemistry


 
Get an introduction to analytical chemistry and its applications in clinical settings. Students will learn basic principles of analytical chemistry and will explore a wide range of common techniques and methods used in modern analytical laboratories, including HPLC, mass spectrometry, spectroscopic and immunochemical techniques. Other topics include interpretation of analytical data and evaluation of error and uncertainty in measurements. The final part of this course focuses on applications of analytical chemistry in clinical and laboratory settings.
 

Objectives:


 
  • Understand basic principles of analytical chemistry and various analytical techniques
  • Explore a range of instrumental methods of analysis, including mass spectrometry, as well as spectroscopic, chromatographic, and immunochemical methods
  • Be able to interpret analytical data and evaluate error and uncertainty in measurements
  • Understand the analyst’s role and analytical chemistry applications in the clinical setting

Course Number: CHEM-40004
Credit: 4.00 unit(s)
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