Chemistry 345: Bioanalytical Chemistry
Analysis of biological samples and samples in biological matrixes using chemical and biochemical techniques.   Emphasis on statistical analysis of experimental data, spectroscopic methods of quantitation, advanced concepts in equilibrium chemistry, chromatographic and electrophoretic separations and electrochemical methods of analysis. Course format includes laboratories, special projects and discussions of current literature and reviews. Prerequisite: Chemistry 382.

2009 class syllabus (includes downloadable PDF files for labs and activities)

Bioanalytical chemistry is what bioanalytical chemists do:


Teaching Philosophy of Chemistry 345

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