Course title
Introductin to Chemical Spectroscopy

HAMASAKI Keita Click to show questionnaire result at 2017
Course description
Chemical spectroscopy provides you solid knowledge and exercises about spectroscopy. Spectroscopy is a practical and contemporary way of analytical chemistry. The applications of spectroscopy are used not only in industry but in medical, pharmaceutical, food and environmental duty. You will study about the principle of spectroscopy as a way of structural and quantitative analysis of the compounds.
Purpose of class
Understanding for the principle and usage of spectroscopy in quantitative and structural analysis of chemicals.
Goals and objectives
  1. Understand the principle of absorption spectroscopy
  2. Understand the principle of quantitative analysis of the chemical by spectroscopy.
  3. Understand the way to analyze the structure of the chemical by spectroscopy
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. General consideration about radiation and spectrum. Consider how you know about unknown compound by using characteristics of radiation.
Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp1-12
2. Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, electronic transition and its theory. Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp13-20 200minutes
3. Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, Quantitative analysis with absorption spectroscopy. Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp13-20 200minutes
4. Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, Molecular shape and UV-bis. spectrum. Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp20-21 200minutes
5. Infrared spectroscopy, Molecule vibration and vibration spectrum. Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp22-27 200minutes
6. Infrared spectroscopy, Case studies.
Ultraviolet-visible, Infrared spectroscopy, Exercises.
Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp27-31 200minutes
7. Examination 1, Answers and descriptions Ultraviolet-visible, Infrared spectroscopy 200minutes
8. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, the basics Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp33-36 200minutes
9. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Chemical shift Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp36-42 200minutes
10. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Spin-spin coupling Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp42-48 200minutes
11. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Chemical structure Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp48-53 200minutes
12. Mass spectrometry, ionization and separation Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp70-77 200minutes
13. Mass spectrometry, fragmentation Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy, pp77-82 200minutes
14. Examination 2, Answers and descriptions Nuclear magnetic resonance, Mass spectroscopy 200minutes
Total. - - 2800minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

Examination 1 Examination 2 Total.
1. 25% 25%
2. 25% 25%
3. 50% 50%
Total. 50% 50% -
Evaluation method and criteria
The credit requires over 60% of total scores on the examinations of which include the topics of "goals and the objectives".
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Textbooks and reference materials
Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy. Laurence M. Hartwood and Timothy D.W. Claridge, Oxford Univ. Press
A portion of idea in Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry may help your understanding of Chemical Spectroscopy.
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