Spektroskopie-pokročilý nástroj v oblasti materiálů
CEITEC VUT-DS217AAcad. year: 2019/2020
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In summary, during the course, the participants will learn about the:
• Atomic and molecular structure.
• General principles of spectroscopy.
• Ultraviolet (UV) and visible spectroscopy.
• Infra-red (IR) spectroscopy.
• Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy (1H and 13C).
• Mass spectrometry (MS).
• Spectral interpretation using the different spectroscopic methods.
• Applications - from the lab to our daily needs.
The course "Spectroscopy - an advanced tool in Materials Science" will provide advanced knowledge of the broad field of spectroscopy as well as of the established spectroscopic methods and their fundamental and practical applications.
Particular emphasis will be paid so that the PhD candidates can learn to choose and use the adequate spectroscopic technique targeting to provide answers on a specific problem.
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26 hours, optionally
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