C 523 Optical and Electrical Methods of Analysis
(a) Organic spectroscopy: Ultraviolet spectroscopy - Infrared spectroscopy - Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy - Mass spectroscopy.
(b) Data Processing and Numerical Methods of Analysis: Errors and statistics - Errors in analytical chemistry.
(c) Spectrochemical methods of analysis: Flame emission, atomic absorption and atomic fluorescence spectrometry - X-ray analysis (absorption, diffraction and fluorescence) - Direct current plasma and inductivity coupled plasma.
(d) Analysis Molecular methods: An introduction to spectroscopic methods of analysis - Instruments for optical spectroscopy - Methods of molecular absorption and emission spectroscopy and their analytical application.
(e) Selected Topics: Preparation of a representative sample for analysis - Thermal analysis and its application in coordination chemistry.
C 524 Chemical methods of analysis and selected topics:
(a) Electro analytical methods of analysis: Potentiometry – Conductometry – Amperometry.
(b) Industrial chemical analysis: Analysis of industrial raw materials and (e.g., drugs, surfactants, cement, …. etc).
(c) Analytical Biochemistry: Biomedical analysis – Analysis of urine – Serum.
(d) Selected Topics: Preparation of a representative sample for analysis - Thermal analysis and its application in coordination chemistry.
C 525 Organic and Environmental Chemistry:
(a) Separation Techniques: Gas chromatography (GC) - Column and thin layer liquid chromatography - Solvent extraction.
(b) Environmental chemistry: Environmental aquatic chemistry - Gaseous in organic pollutants - Organic compounds in the atmosphere smog- Forming automotive emissions.
(c) Electronics: Different circuits and electronic devices.
C 526 Practical Analytical Chemistry
Use of potentiometry in chemical analysis - Use of conductometry in chemical analysis - Use of spectrophotometry in chemical analysis - HPLC, Gas chromatography/Mass spectrometry Spectrofluorimetric - Atomic absorption spectrometry – Autoanalyzer - Auto titration and FTIR.