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 Advanced Spectroscopy
Department / Program Master of Science Program in Chemistry
Course Code 01KİM1209
Type of Course Elective
Level of Course Second Cycle
Year of Study 2016-2017
Semester Spring Semester
Number of National Credit 3
Number of ECTS 6
Name of Lecturer

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Learning Outcomes

At the end of the program, the student;

  • Gains knowledge of theories of the spectroscopic techniques (AAS, UV, IR, Raman, MS) used for chemical analysis.
  • Gains knowledge of applications of the spectroscopic techniques (AAS, UV, IR, Raman, MS) used for chemical analysis.
  • Becomes able to follow the developments about spectroscopic techniques. 

Courses Contribution to Program Learning Outcomes
    1 2 3 4 5
 1-  To develop information at the level of expertise in relevant disciplines (Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry) on the basis of undergraduate knowledge X
 2-  To use the theoretical and practical information in the field of his expertise X
 3-  To understand and analyze the problems encountered in the related field and solve them using the research methods X
 4-  To develop a critical approach to his knowledge and skills acquired and learn to direct them X
 5-  To present the quantitative and qualitative data systematically in the current developments to the researchers in his field and outside the field of area in written, oral and visual form X
 6-  To be able utilize verbal and written communication in a foreign language listed in European Language Portfolio X
 7-  To use computer software in the level required by the area and to be able to use information and communications technologies at advanced level X
 8-  To be able to supervise the related data in the collection, interpretation, implementation and announcement stages by considering the social, scientific, cultural and ethical values and teach them X
 9-  To develop strategy, policy and application areas in his field and evaluate the results obtained in the quality framework X
 10-  To interpret information in his field by combining them with different disciplinary areas and to create a novel knowledge X


Made of Delivery Face to Face
Work Placements


Recommended Optional Programme Components


Course Content Week Topics
1 Atomic spectroscopy, an introduction to spectrometric methods
2 Atomic absorption spectromety
3 Atomic emission spectrometry
4 Atomic mass spectrometry
5 An introduction to ultraviolet-visible molecular absorption spectrometry
6 Applications of ultraviolet-visible molecular absorption spectrometry
7 Molecular luminescence
8 Molecular luminescence
9 Infrared spectrometry
10 Application of Infrared mass spectrometry
11 Raman spectrometry
12 Application of raman spectrometry
13 Molecular mass spectrometry
14 Application of molecular mass spectrometry
Recommended Readings

Skoog, Holler and -Crouch, Principle of instrumental analysis, 6th edition, Thomson brooks/cole

Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

demonstration, expression, question-answer

  Number %
Mid-Term : 1 40
Quiz : - -
Assignment : - -
Project : - -
Assignment : - -
Laboratory : - -
Other : - -
Final Examination : 1 60
Language of Instruction Turkish
Work Placement NA
Activities Quantity Duration Total Work Load
Course Duration 3 13 39
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 3 14 42
Laboratory 3 22 66
Individual Study for Mid-term Exam(s) 1 12 12
Individual Study for Final Exam 1 12 12
Total Work Load     171
Total Work Load/ 30 (s)     5,7
ECTS Credit of the Course     6



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