Chemistry 498A/C

Electronics and Computer Interfacing in Chemistry

An upper-division undergraduate introductory course in practical instrumentation electronics for chemistry and other science majors, taught from 1971 through 1998 (including computer interfacing after 1980). Prerequsites: introductory physics; mathematics through intoductory differential calculus. A course in instrumental analysis or general familiarity with the major spectroscopic, chromatographic, and electrochemical mathods of quantitative analysis would be helpful.

Prof. T. C. O'Haver
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
The University of Maryland at College Park

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