Analytical Chemistry Courses

Analytical Chemistry courses play a central role in the Chemistry Curriculum at Trinity. This page provides information and typical syllabi for these courses and some links to internet resources for students in Analytical Chemistry and Mass Spectroscopy.

Searching the Chemical Literature - This Power Point Tutorial was prepared to help students use STNEasy and the ACS Journal Achieve. It also contains information on searching the Trinity Online Resources for businesses.

General Syllabus for Analytical Chemistry - Chem 311L 2009 (Formerly Chem 208L)

Detailed syllabus Chem 311L 2009

Analytical projects  Spring 2001 - See project list and student photos

Syllabus for Chemistry 312 - Instrumental Analysis Spring 2010

Plagarism handout with guide to using literature resources.

Lecture Notes -  311_2009 lecture notes.pdf (pdf reader required)

Short Course on chemical Literature -

Tutorials on Analytical Instruments -

Outline for Analytical Chemistry - A complete alternative set of lecture notes and slide images for a course similar to Chem 208 can be found at -

Lab Experiments for Chem 311L  (pdf Reader required)

Projects as a Teaching Tool

Syllabus for Mass Spectroscopy - Chem 416

EPA Methods files require PDF Reader (Available on Zep server or download from Web)

        EPA Method 3550B

        EPA Method 8270C

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Last Updated August 25, 1999 by David E. Henderson