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4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: CHEM 226. Examines the theory and practice of selected instrumental methods in analytical chemistry. Covers digital methods in the laboratory with emphasis on data acquisition and the use of computers for extracting information from noisy data. The instrumental methods include mass spectrometry, gas phase and HPLC chromatography, and UV-VIS, IR, AA and fluorescence spectroscopy. CHEM 341L, the laboratory accompanying the lecture, provides experience with a number of analytical instruments to solve practical as well as research-based problems. Berger.