NOC:Atomic and Molecular Absorption Spectrometry for Pollution Monitoring


Lecture 1 - Course Introduction


Lecture 2 - Atomic structure


Lecture 3 - Interaction of EM radiation with matter


Lecture 4 - Atomic and molecular orbitals


Lecture 5 - Interaction of EM radiation with matter - I


Lecture 6 - Interaction of EM radiation with matter - II


Lecture 7 - Interaction of interaction of EM radiation with matter - III


Lecture 8 - Emission and absorption spectra


Lecture 9 - MO theory


Lecture 10 - Structure – property relationship of organic compounds


Lecture 11 - Woodword Fieser rules, structure – property relationship


Lecture 12 - Beer-Lamberts law


Lecture 13 - Deviations from Beer-Lamberts law, relative concentration error, instrumentation - I


Lecture 14 - UV-Visible spectrophotometry, instrumentation - II


Lecture 15 - UV-Visible spectrophotometry, instrumentation - III


Lecture 16 - UV-Visible spectrophotometry, instrumentation - IV


Lecture 17 - Quantitative analysis – I


Lecture 18 - Quantitative analysis – II


Lecture 19 - Quantitative analysis – III


Lecture 20 - Quantitative analysis – IV


Lecture 21 - Fluorescence spectrophotometry – I


Lecture 22 - Fluorescence spectrophotometry - II


Lecture 23 - Fluorescence spectrophotometry - III


Lecture 24 - Instrumentation


Lecture 25 - Chemical analysis, applications


Lecture 26 - Chemiluminiscence, principles


Lecture 27 - Status of spectrophotometry vis a vis environment


Lecture 28 - Separations methods


Lecture 29 - Method development


Lecture 30 - Boron, chloride


Lecture 31 - Fluoride


Lecture 32 - Phenols


Lecture 33 - Arsenic, Free chlorine


Lecture 34 - Magnesium


Lecture 35 - Nonionic surfactants, iron, phosphate


Lecture 36 - Nitrite , manganese


Lecture 37 - Cadmium, copper, lead


Lecture 38 - Total hardness, zinc


Lecture 39 - Nitrate, chromium


Lecture 40 - Determination of aluminum, cyanide, sulphate


Lecture 41 - Sulphate, ammonia, Conclusions