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CHM416H Separation Science (Graduate course: CHM1104H)

TitleCHM416H Separation Science (Graduate course: CHM1104H)
Schedule2 lectures
TopicsThis course is intended as an extension of the material dealt with in CHM317H. Initial discussion will focus on the scope of separation technology of all kinds in chemistry in general and analytical chemistry in particular. Areas considered will include precipitation, fractionation, extraction techniques and a detailed consideration of a unified theory of separation. Thin layer, gas and liquid chromatographies will be reviewed, and advanced methods and techniques described. Other topics will include: ion, size exclusion, supercritical fluid and affinity chromatographies: gel and capillary electrophoresis; field flow techniques; and various extraction methodologies (liquid-liquid, solid phase, supercritical fluid). While examples will be drawn from a variety of sources, the emphasis will be on biological and biochemical applications.
BackgroundPre-requisites: CHM317H
  1. Skoog, Holler and Nieman, PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS, 6th ed., Saunders
LecturerAaron Wheeler, Rm: LM 629A, Ph: 416-946-3864 / fax 416-946-3865
Course OutlineCHM416H1 - OUTLINE - Winter 2018.pdf
Last Updated2018-03-13 16:08:18

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