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Instrumental Lab Manual

Instrumental Lab Manual

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Lab ManualInstrumental Analysis Laboratory2002-2003La Salle University
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Michael J. Prushan
 
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Laboratory Syllabus…………………………………………………….. 3Laboratory Notebooks and Final Laboratory Reports………………….. 5Atomic Absorption Analysis of Iron Content of Food…………………. 8UV-VIS Spectrophotometry ……………………………………………11Fluorescence Spectrophotometry ………………………………………14Fourier Transform Infrared Absorption Spectrophotometry………..… 17Cyclic Voltammetry…………………………………………………….21GC-MS………………………………………………………………… 25HPLC……………………………………………………………………27
 
3 CHM 311Instrumental AnalysisLaboratory SyllabusFall 2002Instructor:Dr. Michael J. PrushanOffice: Holroyd 305Phone: 951-1281 Email: prushan@lasalle.eduLecture: MWF 9:00 9:50Lab: Tue 9:30 12:20Office Hours: Mon & Wed 1:00 – 1:50; Thr 10:00 – 12:00and other times by appointmentThe laboratory is the heart of the Instrumental Analysis course. Here you will learn howthe instrumentation may be utilized to solve chemical problems.EQUIPMENTSafety glassesLaboratory Notebook Breakage CardFormatted 1.44 MB (IBM) floppy disk for data acquisitionLaboratory manualLABORATORY GRADELab Reports 30%Independent Project 10%LABORATORY NOTEBOOKS AND REPORTSSee sheet for preparation of lab reports. Write down everything during the lab while thedetails are fresh in your memory. You will be working in groups during the semester.However, each of you is responsible for maintaining your own laboratory notebook.While discussion of data and calculations of results with your lab partners is encouraged,each person should write their own discussion section of the lab report. Reports withidentical discussions and conclusions will not be accepted. You may hand in up to 2reports per week, but no more. The reports are due in class on the Friday of the week following the completion of the laboratory experiment.
No Late Lab Reports will beexcepted!!. All lab reports you wish to be considered for credit are due by the endof class, Friday, December 6, 2002.

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