The student knows the principles of chromatography and the chromatography equipment. He/she is able to conduct qualitative and quantitative analyses by using a variety of chromatographic separation techniques.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Orientation to Field and Studies
1. Principles of chromatography
2. Operational principles of gas and liquid chromatography
3. Analysis by chromatography and reporting
The student shows that he/she knows the core competencies of the objectives and can use concepts and information in a coherent manner. The student is able to do chromatographic analysis according to the instructions and prepare work reports, which contain all the required sections. The results are indicated with the correct accuracy.
The student is able to understand how the measurement conditions will affect the analysis by GC and HPLC techniques. The student is goal-oriented and works carefully in the laboratory. The report is clear in structure and style. Student is able to make independent conclusions and the results will include measurement uncertainty estimates.
The student is able to apply the chromatographic separation techniques for different analytes. He/she knows how to change the measurement conditions in order to improve the separation of GC and HPLC technique. He/she works independently, on their own initiative and is goal-oriented. He/she is able to plan and schedule the work in a reasonable way. The language used in the report and discussion of the results is excellent.