CEE 772

Fall 2019

Detailed Schedule[1]

 

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Date

Day

L#

P#

Lecture

Assignments

Reading[2]

Notes

4 Sept

W

1

1

I. Introduction

         Course overview, administration, chemistry review

review assigned

S:pp.1-11

H:Chapt. 0

 

9 Sept

M

2

2

         Basics of Instrumental Analysis

         Statistics

 

S: pp.11-18

H: Chapt 1-4

 

10 Sept

Tu

3

3

         Detection Limits

II. Spectroscopy

         Electron Transitions

         Beer-Lambertís Law

 

S: pp.116-120, 134-140, 300-312

H:Chapt. 1

Class instead of lab today

11 Sept

16 Sept

W

M

4

5

4

A. Molecular Spec.

         UV-Vis

         Properties of spectrophotometers

         Wavelength selectors

Lab1 assigned

S: Chapt. 14

H:Chapt. 19

Class instead of lab today

17 Sept

Tu

 

LAB #1: Atomic Abs. Spectrophotometry

ISB Chem lab

18 Sept

23 Sept

W

M

9

9

         TOX analyzers

         Organic Halides

         Preview of Ion Chromatography

         Other Analyzers (S, N)

 

S: chapt 16C, 24D

H: 16-6, 17-4

Prof El Sayess

24 Sept

Tu

 

LAB #2: Organic Carbon/ Nitrogen Analysis

Prof Wittbold

25 Sept

W

 

 

         Detectors

         Optical Systems

B. Atomic Spec.

  • Fundamentals

review presentation

S: pp.312-325; 131-134, 143-189, 192-203, 206-227

H:Chapt. 21

 

6 Oct

M

6

6

         Line sources

         Sample preparation

 

S: Chapt.8&9

H:Chapt. 22

Lecture instead of lab

 

 

7

7

         Errors & Interferences

         Plasma Instruments

Lab1 due on 3rd

 

S: Chapt.8&9

H:Chapt. 22

 

7 Oct

Tu

8

8

C. Infrared Spec.

         FTIR

         NDIR

III. Specialized Analyzers

       Basics

       Organic Carbon & fractionation

review due

S: chapt 16C, 24D

H: 16-6, 17-4

 

9 Oct

Th

 
No Class Ė Feng Lecture
 

13 Oct

M

 

HOLIDAY (Columbus Day)

 

14 Oct

Tu

10

10

IV. Sample Preparation

         Basics, LLE

 

H:Chapt.23, 28

Monday sched

16 Oct

Th

11

11

         Sample extraction, fractionation

 

H:Chapt.23, 28

 

20 Oct

M

 

LAB #4: Sample Preparation for GC/LC

Prof. Yu

21 Oct

Tu

12

12

         Derivatization, clean-up

 

H: Chapt 28

 

23 Oct

Th

13

13

V. Gas Chromatography

         Intro to chromatography

         System Basics

 

S: Chapt. 26

H: Chapt. 23

 

27 Oct

M

14

14

         Chromatographic theory

 

S: Chapt. 26

H: Chapt. 23

 

28 Oct

Tu

15

15

         GC Detectors

 

S: Chapt. 27

H: Chapt. 24

Prof. Yu

30 Oct

Th

16

16

         Inlet Systems

         GC Columns and stationary phases

         Applications

 

S: Chapt. 26

H: Chapt. 23

Prof. Yu

3 Nov

M

17

17

         Basics of Ion Chromatography

         Components of an IC

 

 

Xian

4 Nov

Tu

18

18

VI. Liquid Chromatography

         LC Solvent Selection

         LC Detectors

         Environmental Applications

 

S:

H: Chapt. 23

 

6 Nov

Th

19

19

VII. Mass Spectrometry

         Basics

         Detector for GC

 

S:

H: Chapt. 23

 

10 Nov

M

 

LAB #5: TOX and IC

Xian

10 Nov

M

19

19

         Interpretation of Mass spectra

 

S:

H: Chapt. 28

 

11 Nov

Tu

 

HOLIDAY (Veteranís Day)

 

12 Nov

W

 

No Class

Tuesday class schedule

13 Nov

Th

 

Mid-term EXAM(2:30 PM)

Through L#16

18 Nov

Tu

20

20

         MS Instrumentation

         MS Ionization

 

 

Prof Yu

20 Nov

Th

21

21

         MS methods continued

 

 

.

20 Nov

Th

 

LAB #6: Gas Chromatography

Dutra

20 Nov

Th

 

LAB #7: High Performance Liquid Chromatography (PDA)

Andreeva

24 Nov

M

 

LAB #8: ICP/MS

Mahajan

24 Nov

M

 

LAB #9: LC/MS

Bliss

25 Nov

Tu

22

22

         Chemical Ionization

 

 

Thanksgiving Recess

1 Dec

M

 

LAB #10: High Performance Liquid Chromatography (DLS)

Mohan

1 Dec

M

 

LAB #11: GC/MS

Gao

2 Dec

Tu

23

23

         Problems in Analytical Analysis

 

 

 

4 Dec

Th

24

24

         Chromatographic retention time and environmental properties

 

 

 

 

 

Final Exam:Thursday, December 11, 2014 from 3:30-5:30 in Marston 211

 



[1] Tentative, subject to change

[2] S: refers to Skoog et al., H: refers to Harris.