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322063 VU Analytical Chemistry in Natural Product Research - M14 (2020W)

1.00 ECTS (1.00 SWS), SPL 32 - Pharmazie
Continuous assessment of course work

Details

Language: English

Lecturers

Classes

Monday, 02.11.2020 : 13:00 - 14:45 (Online- Moodle Collaborate)
Tuesday, 03.11.2020 : 13:00 - 14:45 (Online- Moodle Collaborate)
Wednesday, 04.11.2020 : 13:00 - 14:45 (Online- Moodle Collaborate)
Thursday, 05.11.2020 : 08:00 - 11:45 (Presence in Lab )
Friday, 06.11.2020 : 08:00 - 11:45 (Presence in Lab )
Monday, 09.11.2020 : 13:00 - 14:45 (Online- Moodle Collaborate)
Tuesday, 10.11.2020 : 13:00 - 14:45 (Online- Moodle Collaborate)


Information

Aims, contents and method of the course

Registration via Moodle!
The course is held in English language, and it offers the participants a good chance to hold discussions in standard scientific English, thus acquiring some exposure to the technical terms and definitions. The course endows an introduction to the crucial notions and approaches in analytical chemistry with focus on LC/MS (Liquid chromatography/Mass spectrometry). The focus is on analytical tools needed/used by Pharmacognosy/Pharmaceutical chemistry students.

The aims of the course are:

• Understand fundamental concepts in analytical chemistry
• Evaluate experimental error, precision and accuracy
• Understand sample preparation for LC/MS analysis
• Understand basic mass spectral interpretation
• Understand quantification principles

The course is meant for student enrolled in one of the followings:

• Masterstudium Pharmazie
• Diplomstudium Pharmazie
• Drug Discovery and Development (Master)

Assessment and permitted materials

Homework exercises: 30 points
Performance in Lab: 40 points
Final exam: 30 points

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

• Minimum points: 60 (min. 15 points in exercises, min. 15 points in final exam and min. 20 points in lab performance)
• Maximum points: 100

Grading:

• 60-70 points : 4
• 70-80 points : 3
• 80-90 points : 2
• 90-100 points : 1

Examination topics

• Daily homework exercises
• Perform a successful quantification and mass spectral interpretation in the practical lab part.
• Final exam

Reading list


Association in the course directory

MA23, A400, A304

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