Assessment includes report writing according to industry standards and interpretation of spectroscopic, spectrometric and chromatographic data.
NPU2101 - Analytical Methods 1
|1.||Articulate the fundamental principles behind hyphenated techniques including GC/MS. LC/MS and MS/MS;|
|2.||Devise methods of analysis for pharmaceutical samples adopting the analytical process and using modern analytical techniques;|
|3.||Interpret various analytical data including that from LC/MS, GC/MS and 1H and 13CNMR; and|
|4.||Evaluate the quality of their own analytical data and review team members' data and communicate the findings to peers and demonstrators with responsibility and accountability.|
|Assignment||Initial data analysis on laboratory work (1000 words)||10%|
|Laboratory Work||Written Report (1500 words)||30%|
|Presentation||Oral Presentation (on laboratory work) (20 min)||20%|
|Examination||Final Exam (2 hours)||40%|
Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry 9th ed.
Skoog, D. A., West. D. M., Holler, F. J. and Crouch, S. R., (2014)
Brooks/Cole, Cengage learning
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