Understand the method discussed from the pattern and measurement units of a spectrum.
Understand the physical or chemical process taking place during a physical study of an inorganic system.
Define the kind of measurement that must be made in order to obtain specific information about a substance they synthesize or possess.
Understand the main and secondary observables of a physical measurement and their relation to the structure of the system studied.
Perform typical processes for smoothing, correction and optimization of the spectra line through specific algorithms.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Principles of spectroscopic and other physical methods applied to inorganic and organometallic compounds. Selection rules in spectroscopy.
Analysis of a spectral line with mathematical algorithms.
Electronic absorption and emission spectroscopy. The interferometer and Fourier analysis. Mathematical background and applications.
Vibrational spectroscopy and normal coordinate analysis. Techniques of obtaining infrared and Raman spectra.
Basics of photoelectronic spectroscopy and its applications.
Applications of mass spectrometry in inorganic systems.
Nuclear spectroscopies. Principles of NMR and Mossbauer spectroscopy. Analysis of complex spectral lines and derivation of chemical infromation.
Magnetic measurements and electron paramagnetic resonance.