KJM314 Applied Organic Analytical Chemistry
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Course responsible: Roland Peter Kallenborn
Teachers: Hanne Marie Devle, Dag Ekeberg, Siri Merete Grønhovd, Yngve Henning Stenstrøm, Morten Sørlie, Laura Röhler
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Faculty of Chemistry, Biotechnology and Food Science
Teaching language: EN, NO
Limits of class size:
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in the autumn semester This course has teaching/evaluation in the autumn semester .
Course frequency: Annually
First time: Study year 2012-2013
The course will focus on various applications for organic analytical chemistry:
- HPLC: for purification and isolation of organic compounds GC/MS and GC/ECD: within environmental chemistry and pollution LC/MS, GC/MS and GC/FID: for product control in technical applications and synthesis LC/MS and GC/MS: for purification and product control within drug and food production. Critical method validation and quality control will be integrated in both lectures and practice.
A practical guidance is provided into the analytical organic chemistry as a versatile tool in a variety of applications spanning from technical control, product control to pharmaceutical application, food safety, environmental chemistry and medical/ health related applications. The course will be designed as a combination of lectures and practical exercises where basic methods in organic analytical chemistry will be applied for specific technical tasks and problem oriented solutions (method validation, concentration determination, product control etc.). Quantitative standard methods like GC/MS, LC/MS as well as purification methods like GPC/SEC, Silica based, Alumina-based chromatography will be applied and evaluated. After completion, the candidates should have knowledge of, and be familiar with, the various analytical techniques used for sample purification and quantitative analysis using a variety of separation and detection techniques, including mass spectrometry, UV-VIS detection etc. Interpretation of chromatograms and quantification procedures are central topics. Students will become familiar with the validation of methods for specific applications and will be able to select appropriate methods for a specific application within the field of organic analytical chemistry.
There will be lectures and seminars where students are expected to be involved in a constructive and active way. Students are given a project to work on and present in plenary. Laboratory experiments were laboratoryreports must be handed in and will be evaluated before the written exam.
Office hours will be announced. Seminars will be held in which the laboratory work is discussed.
Lecture printouts as well as selected scientific publications.
The course is based on scientific knowledge in generell Chromatography (KJM310) and Mass Spectrometry (KJM313) (both may be taken in parallel).
A good understanding of the general principles and methods in organic analytical chemistry is a prerequisite for the successful completion of the course.
Participation in colloquim and course seminars, experimental assignments
3 hours written exam, counts 60 %
Written report, counts 40 %
Lectures: 52 hours. Practical exercises: 78 hours. Individual study: 170 hours (including project work).
Special requirements in Science
Type of course:
4 hours with lectures/ seminars and 6 hours with laboratory exercises per week.
An external examiner approves the examination questions and marks 25 randomly selected examination papers.
Allowed examination aids: C3 Alle typer kalkulatorer, alle andre hjelpemidler - inkludert digitale
Examination details: Continuous exam: A - E / Ikke bestått