provides students with a background in modern analysis with an emphasis on
instrumentation. First part of the lecture focuses on learning how to draw
correct (bond length, angle etc.) chemical structures by using a software.
Second part is on fundamental theoretical principles, capabilities,
applications, and limitations of modern analytical instrumentation used for
qualitative analysis are provided through specific examples and extensive
problem solving, spectral analysis. The instruments studied include NMR (1H, 13C and 2D) and Mass Spectrometry.