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CHM 4130 Florida International University CHM 4130 Instrumental Analysis Fall 2018 Course Syllabus Class room CP197 Instructor Dr Yi Xiao Phone 305 348 4536 Class hours TR 12 30 pm 1 45pm Email yxiao2 fiu edu Office CP306 Office hours Tues 3 00 4 00pm Thurs 3 00 4 00pm or by appointment A Course Description Learn instrumental methods of chemical analysis including atomic spectroscopy molecular spectroscopy electroanalytical chemistry and separation methods The class will cover data evaluation and applications of different analytical tools such as spectrophotometry chromatography electrochemistry and other modern techniques B Prerequisites Prereq CHM 3410 CHM 3120 3120L CHM 2211 2211L PHY 2048 2048L PHY 2049 2049L C Textbook Principles of Instrumental Analysis Skoog Holler Crouch 6th Edition D Grading policy Your grade for this course will be based on the weighted average of the cumulative final exam 40 and the three regular exams You can drop one of the three regular exams Therefore each of the regular exams will contribute 30 or 20 to your final grade CHM 4130 Regular Exams 60 You will be given three regular exams throughout the semester The expected dates for the exams are listed in the calendar on the following page and will be verified at least two weeks in advance in class The exams will cover the unit previously studied Exams will be administered at the beginning of the allotted time those who come late will not be given extra time There will be no make up exams given for ANY reason Final exam 40 We will have a cumulative final exam Finals week is December 3 7 The exam date room and time will be announced late in the semester There will be no make up for the final exam If there is a scheduling conflict between another course s final you must inform me two weeks prior to the exam to arrange a different time to take the exam 1 CHM 4130 Florida International University CHM 5150 Regular Exams 40 You will be given 3 regular exams throughout the semester The expected dates for the exams are listed in the calendar on the following page and will be verified at least two weeks in advance in class The exams will cover the unit previously studied Exams will be administered at the beginning of the allotted time those who come late will not be given extra time There will be no make up exams given for ANY reason Presentation 20 You will be giving a well organized presentation to the undergraduate students Topic will be some aspect of modern techniques approved by the instructor 20 minutes for each speaker Final exam 40 We will have a cumulative final exam Finals week is December 3 7 The exam date room and time will be announced late in the semester There will be no make up for the final exam If there is a scheduling conflict between another course s final you must inform me two weeks prior to the exam to arrange a different time E Tentative class calendar Lecture data Chapter Week 1 Aug 20 Week 2 Aug 27 Week 3 Sep 3 Week 4 Sep 10 Week 5 Sep 17 Week 6 Sep 24 Week 7 Oct 1 Week 8 Oct 8 Week 9 Octr 15 Week 9 Oct 22 Week 10 Oct 29 Week 11 Nov 5 Subject T 1 Introduction Evaluation of Analytical Data Th 5 Signal and Noise T 6 Introduction to Spectrometric Methods Th 6 7 Intro to Spectrometric Methods Optical Instruments T 7 Intro to Spectrometric Methods Optical Instruments Th 8 Introduction to Optical Atomic Spectrometry T 9 AA Spectrometry and AF Spectrometry Th Exam 1 T 10 AE Spectrometry Th 11 Atomic Mass Spectrometry T 11 Atomic Mass Spectrometry Th 12 Atomic X ray Spectrometry T 13 UV Vis Spectrometry Th 14 UV Vis Application T Exam 2 Th 15 Luminescence Spectrometry T 20 Molecular Mass Spectrometry Th 20 Molecular Mass Spectrometry T 22 Introduction to Electroanalytical Chemistry Th 23 25 Potentiometry and Amperometry T 26 Introduction to Chromatographic Separation Th Exam 3 T 27 Gas Chromatography 2 CHM 4130 Week 12 Nov 12 Week 13 Nov 19 Week 14 Nov 26 Week 15 Dec 3 Florida International University Th 27 Gas Chromatography T 28 HPLC Th 28 HPLC T Review Th Thanksgiving T Th T Final Exam12 00 PM 14 00 PM Notes 1 Class schedule is subject to change 2 Class notes etc will be available one week prior to each lecture 3 Tests will cover lecture notes and suggested readings F Useful web sites The encyclopedia of analytical chemistry http www chem vt edu chem ed ac meths html UV vis spectroscopy http www chemistry ccsu edu glagovich teaching 316 uvvis uvvis html Organic Spectroscopy http www cem msu edu reusch VirtTxtJml Spectrpy spectro htm contnt Atomic spectroscopy http ull chemistry uakron edu analytical 21 Atomic spectroscopy pdf FTIR HPLC and LC MS page http www forumsci co il HPLC lcms page html Chemical separations http ull chemistry uakron edu chemsep Capillary Electrophoresis http www ceandcec com G Honor code Conduct code Please remember that as an FIU student you must abide by the provisions of the honor code as described in the FIU student handbook which prohibits any plagiarizing copying work from classmates or cheating on exams If I suspect that you have acted against the honor code you will be dealt with accordingly As well you are also to remember that you must abide by the student conduct code also in the FIU student handbook Should you be unruly or disruptive I will not hesitate to ask you to leave the room and penalties against your grade can and will be assessed 3


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