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Chemistry 211
Instrumental Analysis

Spring 2014 - John A. McLean

The content of this course covers contemporary instrumentation and measurement strategies for chemical analysis. The five primary areas include: (i) experimental design and data acquisition strategies, (ii) spectroscopic methodologies, (iii) spectrometric methodologies, (iv) separation technologies, and (v) electrochemical techniques. There is a particular emphasis on fundamental considerations in the selection, design, modeling, and construction of advanced instrumentation and experimental constructs in life sciences and materials characterization.

 


 

For a description of Professor John Wikswo's Spring 2014 course, please follow the link (PDF):                                  

Automated Biology: Sensors, Controls, Scaling and Topology                                                     

    


 

Chemistry 311
Advanced Analytical Chemistry I

Fall 2013 - John A. McLean

The content of this course covers three primary areas: (i) experimental design and data acquisition strategies, (ii) quantitative and qualitative mass spectrometry, and (iii) contemporary proteomic techniques. These topics are discussed in the context of advanced mass spectrometry with a particular emphasis on fundamental considerations in the selection, design, modeling, and construction of advanced instrumentation and proteomic experimental constructs.

    


 

SystemsBiology_OoC For a description of Professor John Wikswo's Fall 2013 course, please follow the link (PDF):                                                    SystemsBiology_OoC