UV / Vis Spectroscopy:
Electromagnetic Radiation, Electromagnetic spectrum, UV Visible Spectroscopy, Gamma rays on the basis of Energy and Frequency, Beer’s Law, Lambert’s Law, Wood ward Fieser’s rule, important term use in spectroscopy (UV-Vis), Bathochromic effect, auxochromic, blue shift, Hypochromic effect, Hyperchromic effect, λmax, isobestic pain, instrumentation, sample handling, solvent effect applications.
Introduction of Infra-Red Spectroscopy, Instrumentation and sampling, Normal coordinate and normal vibrations, Applications for qualitative and quantitative chemical analysis; Interpretation of Spectra, theory vibrations, stretching and bending vibrations, Hook’s Law, Instrumentation, sample preparation, KBr-method, Nujal method, spectrum reading for at least five groups, Applications.
The course contains the most popular Analytical techniques, UV/Vis and IR spectroscopy. this course also contains the in depth study of these techniques and also positive and negative impact on Analytical Chemistry. Focus will also be on Applications of these techniques
Course Learning Outcomes
Students will be able to understand the principle, instrumentation, application of UV/Vis and FTIR Spectroscopy. They will also learn the theory and indepth chemistry involved in these techniques. they will be able to understand and explain the Norms of the techniques
Book Title : Analytical Chemistry
Author : Gary D. Cristian
Edition : sixth
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Book Title : Spectroscopy
Author : Dr. Muhammad Younas