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CHE430 - Advanced Instrumental Chemistry

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Welcome to the research guide for CHE430: Methodology which includes spectrophotometric, chromatographic, electroanalytical and nuclear techniques. Students are required to retrieve scientific information from primary, secondary and tertiary literature sources.

Studies the theory and practice of modern instrumental methods of chemical analysis. Methodology includes spectrophotometric, chromatographic, electroanalytical and nuclear techniques. Additionally, students are required to retrieve scientific information from primary, secondary and tertiary literature sources. Lecture and laboratory. - See more at: http://ut.smartcatalogiq.com/current/catalog/Course-Descriptions/CHE-Chemistry/400/CHE-430#sthash.VyXVmWAQ.dpuf
Studies the theory and practice of modern instrumental methods of chemical analysis. Methodology includes spectrophotometric, chromatographic, electroanalytical and nuclear techniques. Additionally, students are required to retrieve scientific information from primary, secondary and tertiary literature sources. Lecture and laboratory. - See more at: http://ut.smartcatalogiq.com/current/catalog/Course-Descriptions/CHE-Chemistry/400/CHE-430#sthash.VyXVmWAQ.dpuf
Studies the theory and practice of modern instrumental methods of chemical analysis. Methodology includes spectrophotometric, chromatographic, electroanalytical and nuclear techniques. Additionally, students are required to retrieve scientific information from primary, secondary and tertiary literature sources. Lecture and laboratory. - See more at: http://ut.smartcatalogiq.com/current/catalog/Course-Descriptions/CHE-Chemistry/400/CHE-430#sthash.VyXVmWAQ.dpuf
Studies the theory and practice of modern instrumental methods of chemical analysis. Methodology includes spectrophotometric, chromatographic, electroanalytical and nuclear techniques. Additionally, students are required to retrieve scientific information from primary, secondary and tertiary literature sources. Lecture and laboratory. - See more at: http://ut.smartcatalogiq.com/current/catalog/Course-Descriptions/CHE-Chemistry/400/CHE-430#sthash.VyXVmWAQ.dpuf

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