Analytical Chemistry teaches successful identification and meaningful quantification of chemicals in both natural and man-made materials. An analytical chemist adopts proven methodologies in reliable chemical measurements and develops procedures for particular samples. Research in analytical chemistry seeks to improve existing methods and techniques, and to develop analytical tools for serving the needs of frontier of science.
|Jai-Pil Choi, Ph.D.||Associate Professor||Analytical|
|Kin Ng, Ph.D.||Professor||Analytical|
|Eric C. Person, Ph.D.||Professor||Analytical, Forensic|
|Barry Gump, Ph.D.||Professor Emeritus||Analytical, Enology|
|David Zellmer, Ph.D.||Professor Emeritus||Analytical|
The analytical chemistry faculty are responsible for teaching the following department courses in analytical chemistry as well as general chemistry courses.
|Course Number||Course Name|
|CHEM 102||Quantitative Analytical Chemistry|
|CHEM 105||Quantitative Analysis Laboratory|
|CHEM 106||Analytical Measurements Laboratory|
|CHEM 125||Applied Analytical Techniques|
|CHEM 225||Separation Methods in Chemistry|
|CHEM 227||Analytical Spectroscopy|