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May 21, 2016 by Shanna Roth (sroth)
CHEM 6284 : Environmental Analytical Chemistry
Sat, 21 May 2016 08:42:46 GMT
Thu, 31 Mar 2016 21:40:59 GMT
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Environmental Analytical Chemistry
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Environmental Analytical Chem
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Henry Teng and Vladislav Sadtchenko
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Advanced analytical methodology for environmental assessment; analytical instrumentation, techniques for remote measurements, determination of trace atmospheric constituents of anthropogenic and natural origin, measurement uncertainty analysis, detection and identification of organic and inorganic pollutants in air, water, soil and biota, and the determination of heavy metals and radionuclides in the environment.
1. Identify the appropriate analytical methodology for that can be applied to answer questions about assessment of anthropogenic constituents in air, water and soil. 2. Describe the capabilities and shortcomings of the most commonly used analytical instrumentation applied to environmental problems. 3. Apply uncertainty analysis to the analytical measurements accuracy and precision 4. Identify the analytical requirements for detecting trace contaminants 5. Describe the methodology for sampling, and sample preparation 6. Describe classes of pollutants that are currently a priority for U.S. regulatory agencies
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Sun, 06 Dec 2015 03:23:31 GMT
Rollback: Please include missing sections of CCAS Syllabus Template (uploaded with syllabus), including sections on ACADEMIC INTEGRITY, SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM, and SECURITY.