Future University In Egypt (FUE)
Future University In Egypt (FUE)

Advanced Spectroscopic Methods

Advanced Spectroscopic Methods

  • Course Code :
    PHC 823
  • Level :
  • Course Hours :
    3.00 Hours
  • Entry year :
  • Department :
    Faculty of Pharmacy

Aim of the course

Course Contents

The course deals with the application of advanced methods in single- and multi-component spectrophotometric and spectrofluorimetric analysis of pharmaceutical compounds. Chemical derivatization and functional group analysis using colorimetric methods will be discussed. It will include investigation of deviations from Lambert-Beer’s law, stray light effects, and relative photometric concentration error. Suitable UV-light absorbing systems will be utilized to demonstrate the mathematical methods used in multi-component spectrophotometric analysis of pharmaceuticals. First- and second-derivative absorption curves methods to illustrate the use of derivative UV-spectroscopy in quantitation analysis. 

a) Knowledge and understanding

b) Intellectual Skills

c) Professional and Practical Skills

d) General and transferable skills

Teaching and Learning Methods for special needs students

a) Assessment Methods

b) Assessment Schedule

c) Weighting of Assessment

a) Course Notes

b) Essential Books (Text Books)

c) Recommended Books

d) Scientific periodicals,bulletins,etc...

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