From the name [course_title], you may guess that the course teaches the fundamental concepts of experimental chemistry.
The course teaches the spectroscopy procedures or the investigation and measurement of spectra produced when matter interacts with or emits electromagnetic radiation. You will learn Spectroscopy in frequency and time domains, liner and non-linear spectroscopy, synthesis of coordination compounds and kinetics, and finally the practical aspects of FTIR spectroscopy.
The course is the first part of the modular sequence of increasingly sophisticated laboratory courses which is a required course for all chemistry majors such as Experimental Chemistry, Biochemistry and Organic Laboratory, Organic and Inorganic Laboratory, Physical Chemistry Laboratory. As a result, upon completion of the course will prepare you or give strong basic about experimental chemistry.
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Course Credit: MIT
|L2 Spectroscopy in frequency and time domains||00:30:00|
|L3 Linear and nonlinear spectroscopy||00:25:00|
|L4 Introduction to Coordination Chemistry||00:20:00|
|L5 Practical aspects of FTIR Spectroscopy||00:20:00|
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