Advanced Instrumental Analysis (Frontier Chemistry)

Numbering Code U-ENG27 37126 LJ60 Year/Term 2021 ・ Second semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type Lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language Japanese Day/Period Fri.1
Instructor name OTSUKA KOJI (Graduate School of Engineering Professor)
OYAMA MUNETAKA (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
KUBO TAKUYA (Graduate School of Engineering Associate Professor)
Outline and Purpose of the Course Principles and methodologies of new chromatography, separation analysis methods, and some methods which were not dealt with in "Instrumental Analysis (Frontier Chemistry)" are discussed. In addition, the advanced instrumental analysis methods will be introduced as a topic.
Course Goals Understand the principles and applications of advanced instrumental analysis methods as well as the cutting-edge analysis technology.
Schedule and Contents 1. High-performance separation analysis (4): Outlines the basic theory, principle, equipment, and applications of micro/nano-scale separation analysis methods, which have been rapidly developing in recent years, focusing on capillary electrophoresis and microchip electrophoresis

2. Electrochemical analysis (4): Principles, measurement methods, and response behavior of electrochemical analysis methods for electrolytic redox reactions, such as potential and current measurement methods (voltammetry) and current measurement methods (amperometry).

3. Spectral analysis I (1): Principles and measurement methods of atomic spectroscopy and inductively coupled plasma spectroscopy.

4. Spectral analysis II (4): Basic theory, principle, equipment and applications of infrared spectrophotometry, Raman spectrophotometry, mass spectrometry, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

5. Topics (1): Advanced instrumental analysis method.

6. Confirmation of learning achievement (1): Confirm (comment) the achievement of the contents of this lecture.
Evaluation Methods and Policy Evaluation will be based on assignments (80%) and class performance (20%).
Course Requirements Completed or learned both "Analytical Chemistry (Frontier Chemistry)" and "Advanced Instrumental Analysis (Frontier Chemistry)" is highly recommended.
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) Introduced during class if necessary.
Textbooks Textbooks/References Quantitative Chemical Analysis, 10th Ed., Daniel C. Harris, (W. H. Freeman, 2020), ISBN:9781319324506
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