30 Credits ACADEMIC YEAR



Aims/Description: This module builds on the practical skills gained in Level 1, and continues to develop laboratory techniques required in modern chemistry laboratories. Whilst entrenching safe and environmentally responsible routine laboratory techniques, the course achieves a progression forward with training in the use of modern methods of separation, characterisation and analytical techniques (such as gas, column and preparative thin layer chromatography, mulitilinear NMR spectroscopy, polarimetry, flame emission and flow injection etc). In addition, advanced synthetic skills are introduced, for example, techniques for manipulating air and moisture sensitive compounds.

Restrictions on availability: Only available to students within the Department of Chemistry.Pre-requisites:Either both of Module CHM1401: General Laboratory Chemistry Module CHM1402: Further Laboratory Chemistryor Module CHM1403: Laboratory Chemistry

Teaching Methods: Lectures, Laboratory work, Independent Study
Assessment: Practical

Notes: This module is an approved component of degree programmes recognised and accredited by the Royal Society of Chemistry

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