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Course Overview

This is the second and last course of a one-year course sequence on basic quantitative methods of chemical analysis. The second semester covers instrumental topics, such as potentiometry, spectroscopy, analytical separations, chromatographic methods and quality assurance.

Prerequisites: CHE 309; or GSR 104, MAT 102 or 130
Co-requisite: CHE 310

Program: Chemistry

Credit: 3

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