CH 436 Modern Spectroscopy 3 cr. (2-0-3)
- Prerequisite: "C-" or better in CH 111, CH 112, and CH 322 (or CH 325 and CH 327), or instructor permission.
A study of the principles, instrumentation and analytical applications of modern spectroscopic methods, including mass, infrared, UV/visible and NMR spectroscopy. The theoretical basis for each type of spectroscopy, basic instrument design and spectral analysis will be discussed, with particular emphasis on the use of a combination of these methods in structural elucidation. Modern NMR experiments including 2-D spectroscopy will be discussed. Laboratory exercises will focus on instrument operation and data interpretation.