Understand the science behind making chemical measurements.
An introduction to the science of making chemical measurements. Learn the fundamentals of information and sample gathering, measuring, and minimizing experimental error. We’ll cover the elementary statistics needed to understand chemical measurements, followed by proper use of calibrations.
Explore the principles of how chromatographs achieve chemical separations, which will help optimize your analyses.
Lastly, we’ll cover the principles of spectroscopy, which form the basis for understanding how FTIR and UV/Vis spectrometers identify and quantify molecules. Exercises and homework are used to increase the retention of knowledge.
Anyone who works in a lab and makes chemical measurements of any type.
People who are new to making chemical measurements or who do not have formal training in analytical chemistry.
Managers and supervisors who need to understand better the measurements taking place in their labs will find this course a useful refresher.
What Is Analytical Chemistry?
Quantifying Measurement Error
Quantifying Measurement Error (continued)
Statistics for Chemical Measurement
Introduction to Chromatography
Introduction to Chromatography (continued)
Principles of Spectroscopy
Principles of Spectroscopy (continued)
On Demand course modules can be purchased a la carte for $199, each. All modules are held on a rolling basis throughout the year to accommodate your schedule and budget.
To complete your registration, you will be asked to log in using your ACS ID. If you are not already logged in, you may enter your credentials or create an ID from the next screen.
Brian C. Smith, Ph.D., is founder and Principal of Spectros Associates.