M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry

University of Madras
In Chennai

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  • Chennai


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university centenary building,chepauk Triplicane, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600005, Tamil Nadu, India
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university centenary building,chepauk Triplicane, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600005, Tamil Nadu, India
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Course programme

The University of Madras offers number of courses one of the course is M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry

The Course is offered by the Department of Analytical Chemistry

The field of analytical chemistry has been advancing rapidly. To keep up with the advances, the analytical chemist must understand the fundamentals of common analytical techniques, their capabilities and their limitations. The analytical chemist must understand the problem to be solved, select the appropriate techniques to use, design the analytical experiment to provide relevant data and ensure that the data obtained are valid. Merely reporting the result of an analysis is not enough, the analytical chemist must be able to interpret the data and communicate the meaning of the results, together with the accuracy and precision (the reliability). In addition to understanding the scientific problem, the analytical chemist often must also consider factors such as time limitations in providing an analysis.

I - Semester
CHE C001 Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry
CHE C101 Coordination and Nuclear Chemistry
CHE C201 Thermodynamics and Chemical Kinetics
CHE C301 Coordination and Nuclear Chemistry
CHE C202 Organic Chemistry Practical - I
CHE C302 Physical Chemistry Practical - I
CHE E001 Electronics and Computers for Chemists
CHE E101 Inorganic Reaction Mechanism
CHE E201 Name Reaction in Organic Chemistry
CHE E303 Solid State Chemistry
UOM S001 Soft Skill

II - Semester
CHE C002 Analytical Instrumentation
CHE C102 Main Group Elements and Inorganic Polymers
CHE C203 Organic Reaction Mechanism
CHE C303 Quantum Chemistry and Group Theory
CHE C003 Analytical Chemistry Practical - I
CHE C103 Inorganic Chemistry Practical
CHE E002 Analysis of Complex Materials
CHE E102 Nuclear Chemistry
CHE E202 Functional Group Transformation in Organic Chemistry
CHE C302 Macromolecular Chemistry
UOM S002 Soft Skill

III - Semester
CHE C601 Physical Methods in Chemistry
CHE C604 Practical - Analysis of Complex Materials and Separation Techniques
CHE C005 Practical - Instrumental Methods
CHE C003 Classical And Radioanalytical Methods of Analysis
CHE E601 Biological Chemistry Elective (from other school)
UOM S003 Soft Skill
UOM 1001 Internship

IV - Semester
CHE C006 Optical and Surface Analytical Techniques
CHE C007 Separation Techniques
CHE E004 Electroanalytical Chemistry
CHE E603 Novel Reagents in Organic Chemistry
CHE C008 Project
UOM S004 Soft Skill

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