Since the advent of physics and chemistry, investigators have needed to know the identity and quantity of the materials with which they are working. Consequently, the development of chemical and physical analysis parallels the development of chemistry and physics. Prior to the 20th century nearly all assays were performed by classical methods. Although simple instruments (such as photometers and electro gravimetric analysis apparatus) were available at the end of the 19th century, instrumental analysis did not flourish until well into the 20th century. The development of electronics during World War II and the subsequent widespread availability of digital computers have hastened the change from classical to instrumental analysis in most laboratories. Although most assays currently are performed instrumentally, there remains a need for some classical analyses. This course discusses the most recent methods of analysis and instrumental analysis.
To enhance the participant’s Knowledge, Abilities and Skills necessary to be updated with the modern physical and chemical analysis, and to regenerate the skills of participant, and to stand on the most modern instrumental methods of analysis of materials.
By the end of the course the participant will be able to:
Who Can Benefit?
Lab Chemists and high level lab. Technicians in Oil fields, power stations, water treatment stations, chemical labs, refineries, etc.