Dr. Skelly Frame has extensive practical experience in the use of instrumental analysis to characterize a wide variety of substances, from biological samples and.
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Texts & Resources. Required course items:. Text: No text is required for this course. I will provide all course material in pdf form via the Sakai environment. Other Required Items:. 1. Approved chemistry safety goggles.
Available from the UD bookstore or other vendors. Be sure that ones you purchase are for chemistry; ones used in biology are generally not acceptable. for this course.
You are required to wear these at all times in the laboratory. You will be dismissed from the laboratory if you fail to wear goggles when required. 2. Bound laboratory noteboook with numbered pages. The notebook should have sewn-in pages.
The laboratory notebook from Chem 120 or 221 will be satisfactory if you have about 40 pages remaining. The cabon-paged lab notebook from physical chemistry lab (Chem 445-6) is also acceptable if the book has sewn-in, numbered pages. We won't need carbon copies. Reccomended course texts:. 1. Principles of Instrumental Analysis. by D.
Skoog, F. Holler, and S.
Crouch. 6th Ed.
Brooks Cole 2007. ISBN-13: 978-0-495-01201-6. 2. Quantitative Chemical Analysis ,by D. Harris, 8th Ed.
Freeman and Co. New York, NY, 2010. ISBN-13: 978-1-4292-1815-3.
Both are available from the UD student bookstore or from other online sources (which often have used copies!). You should have these books from Chem 120 and 437. (Note: While I list the most recent editions, any recent edition is fine for use in this course. You will need to adjust pages referenced accordingly, however. Texts/Resources/Readings/Supplies. We will use the chemical literature occasionally in this course.
You should arrange for access to searching of the literature using Web of Knowledge or ScFinder Scholar. Study Tips/Learning Resources. This course involves lab work, data analysis/statistics and some report writing.
You've learned some data analysis in Chem 120, but that might need some refreshing and extending. We will make extensive use of propagation of error and error estimates in calibration and standards addition in this course. You can review methodology in Harris (Chapters 3-5) and Skoog (Appendix 1). Student feedback on instruction. I welcome student feedback on the course, either anonymously or signed. I'll have a mid-term evaluation to give you a formal opportunity to comment.
There will also be the usual end-of-term on-line student feedback, with some supplemental material in addition to the departmental student feedback form.