Welcome to the course site for CHM 217H1, “Introduction to Analytical Chemistry”. This is the first in a series of courses covering the science of chemical separation, identification, and measurement. This intensive course features highly integrated lectures, labs, tutorials, and self-study units. This course provides an introduction to the core techniques used in contemporary analytical chemistry and builds on many of the concepts introduced in 1st-year, providing rich pportunities to develop valuable transferable skills.
Special Note: The regular instructor for this course is on research and study leave duing the Fall 2016 semester. The course instructor and lab coordinator for Fall 2016 are not known at this time. Any questions should be directed to the chemistry undergraduate office.
Students interested in taking this course in the Fall 2016 semester should read the information provided in:
Prerequisite checks will commence in August. Students who are not in a priority program should apply through the departmental holding list once it becomes available. Please do not contact the instructor regarding course enrolment before this date.
Applications through the departmental holding list will be considered commencing the last week in August. Please check your university email account regularly as offers will only be sent by email and will be time-limited.
Lectures will take place in LM162 on:
Labs take place in LM6 commencing Sept. 19th-21st (see lab timetable for details)
Tutorials take place roughly biweekly on Tuesdays and Fridays commencing either the second or third week of term: see the course portal site for dates and locations
Term tests will take place during the Friday lecture period; dates, location and additional information will be posted on the course portal site
Students who have unclaimed term work should contact Dr. Stone by e-mail when classes resume in [b]January 2017[/b]