Brief Introduction, instrumentation and sample handling, chromophore, auxochrome absorption bands, intensity shifts. Absorption of UV-Vis light by organic compounds. Beer-Lambert law, The Woodward- Fieser Rules, analytical applications of UV-Visible spectrophotometry.
Brief introduction, instrumentation and sample handling, Dispersive and Fourier transform Spectrometers, types of vibrational mode, Absorption frequency of common functional groups, applications.
Brief introduction, instrumentation and sample handling, Ionization methods, mass spectra and its interpretation, applications in related to determination of molecular weight.
Brief introduction, principles, instrumentation, nuclear spin, spin calculation, spin relaxation, chemical shift, coupling constant, Factors effecting the chemical shift, Pascal triangles,Chemically and magnetically equillent protons and applications.
Various spectroscopic techniques will be taught during this course so that students can use them in their research for characterisation of their prepared compounds. And interpret their data.
Course Learning Outcomes
Students would be able to learn and understand
basic instrumentation, working principle, results and interpretation of spectra of UV visible, Infrared, NMR and mass spectrometry.
A comparison of these techniques would also be inculcated among them so that they are able to select an appropriate technique for an appropriate purpose.
UV visible spectroscopy introduction
Instrumentation, woodword viewer rules and applications of UV visiblespectroscopy
introduction to spectroscopy
Woodward fieser rules
Book Title : An introduction to spectroscopy
Author : D. L. Pavia, Lampman
Edition : 2nd
Publisher : Engage Learning