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Course Code: 
CHEM215
Course Period: 
Spring
Course Type: 
Core
Theoric: 
3
Practice: 
0
Credits: 
4
ECTS: 
6
Course Language: 
English
Course Coordinator: 
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Course Objectives: 
1. To provide the students with the ability to analyze and interpret the results and/or data of experiments/analyses/research using traditional methods (such as classical genetics calculations) as well as computer technologies (such as bioinformatics methods) 2. To ensure that the to-be engineers are able to communicate in contemporary topics in GBE, who are successful particularly in oral and written communication, who can carry our teamwork and interdisciplinary studies, responsible, innovative, entrepreneurs that are self-confident and can compete in their fields, who comply with ethics and environmental issues. 3. To seed the concepts of lifelong education, learning and self-improvement, to ensure that they be individuals with self-improvement capabilities 4. To ensure the perception of the impact of bioengineering and biotechnology at the global and social levels, and to raise individuals who can provide novel and innovative solutions (so as to increase our international competitiveness) to these problems
Course Content: 

1)Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry 2)Using Spreadsheets and Calculations Used in Analytical Chemistry 3) Errors in Chemical Analyses 4)Statistical Evaluation of Analytical Data 5)Gravimetric and Titrimetric Methods of Analysis 6)Aqueous Solutions Chemistry 7)Activities and Activity Coefficients 8)Potentiometric Methods 9)Introduction to Spectrochemical Methods 10)Instruments for Optical Spectrometry 11) Molecular Absorption Spectroscopy 12)Molecular Fluorescence Spectroscopy 13) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 14)Mass Spectroscopy 15)Kinetic Methods of Analysis 16)Introduction to Analytical Separations 17)High-Performance Liquid Chromatography 18)Electrophoresis and modes of electrophoresis 19)Gas Chromatography

Course Methodology: 
1: Lecture by instructor, 2: Lecture by instructor with class discussion, 3: Problem solving by instructor, 4: Use of simulations, 5: Problem solving assignment, 6: Reading assignment, 7: Laboratory work, 8: Term research paper, 9: Presentation by guest s
Course Evaluation Methods: 
A: Written exam, B: Multiple-choice exam C: Take-home quiz, D: Experiment report, E: Homework, F: Project, G: Presentation by student, H: …

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