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SCC2301 Forensic and Analytical Chemistry
Credit Points: 15
SCC1111 General Chemistry
and either
SCC1226 Introduction to Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
SCC2211 Organic Chemistry
This unit introduces students to some key instrumental and non instrumental techniques of relevance to forensic and analytical chemistry. There is a strong emphasis on chromatographic and spectroscopic (atomic and molecular) methods and the procedures used to identify and quantify compounds. In the laboratory emphasis is on the development of relevant laboratory skills, appropriate treatment of data and communication of experimental results.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
MAACHMApplied Chemistry Major
K23Bachelor of Arts (Education) Bachelor of Science
G60Bachelor of Science (Applied and Analytical Chemistry)
G83Bachelor of Science (Forensic and Biomolecular Science)
MAAADPBiomolecular Science Major
MICHEMChemistry Minor
MAENCHEnvironmental and Biological Chemistry Major
MAECHMEnvironmental Chemistry Major
SMSCIPPhysical Sciences 10 Unit Supporting Major
MAAACFPhysical Sciences Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2010 VET: 31/03/2010