Techniques of Optical Spectroscopy in Analytical Chemistry

(CHEM 524)

Department of Chemistry

University of Illinois at Chicago

Spring Semester, 2013,

Lecture: 170 SES, 2-3:30 pm Tu-Th

Occasional Extra Session: 4342 SES on Wed, 9 or 12,

(These will be demos, problem or review sessions, 2 sections: distribute yourselves)

Professor: Tim Keiderling

Best contact: e-mail: tak@uic.edu

Keiderling Group Web Site link (may be of use some day): http://www.chem.uic.edu/takgroup/  

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Warning - this site is typically under continuous re-construction by a non-expert!!

I suggest returning to look at these html files for periodic review, since I tend to update lextures right before giving them, also the html files for figures are all operative as links, view best on line and do not print well

However pdf files, can be usefully printed

Please click on these to see the associated files/handouts:

Syllabus for 2013 - rules, outline, grading

Presentation assignment - sales pitch for an instrument

Homework assignments (will be filled in gradually): #1, #2, #3, #4,

Homework solutions (just partial sets as available!): #1, #2, #3, #3 extra

Old Exam models Hour02, Hour05, Hour09, Quiz, Hour11,

Final02, Final05, Final09, Final11

Formula list for the exams (will be provided for in-class exams)

2013 - Hour Exams and Key:1st Hour Exam, Answer Key

EXTRAS:

Links to other Web Pages on the internet, many company sites, as called out in the notes below

Reference books on reserve in Library

 

Lecture notes here in order, below find links to outside sets of tutorials, notes, presentations etc.:

1.    Notes 1 Introduction

2.    Notes 2 Conventional light sources

3.    Laser Sources

a.    Notes 3a, Gas lasers

b.    Notes 3b Solid state Laser

4.    Notes 4 Optics

5.    Notes 5 Special optics, polarizers, modulators

6.      Notes 6 Monochromators

7.    Notes 7 Interferometers

8.    Notes 8, Detectors

9.    Notes 9, Electronics

10. Notes 10, Signal to noise

11.   Notes 11, Error, statistical treatment

12.   Notes 12 Atomic Spectroscopy

13. Notes 13 Molecular spectroscopy

14. Notes 14 Absorption (uv-vis)

15.   Notes 15 Fluorescence, Luminescence

16. Notes 16 IR -(in IR : near IR)

17. Notes 17, Raman

18. Notes 18 Circular Dichroism

19. Notes 19 DLS etc.

Extra Material:

1.    Source extras

a.    Oriel hand out

b.    Source tutorial Newport

2.    Laser handouts

a.    Laser Survey RP Encyclopedia+link

b.      Kansas State Tutorial

c.      RP gas laser summary article with links

d.    Newport Diode Tutorial

3.    Handouts for Notes 8, Detectors

a.    PMT

b.    IR

4.    Handout for Notes 9

a.    Lockin from SRS

b.    Boxcar-Signal Recovery

5.    Slides for Notes 13

a.    General spectroscopic principles

b.    Vibrational spectra

6.    Slides and extra for Notes 15

a.    Frank Bright Review

b.    Slides-fluorescence examples

7.    Slides from SAS presentations on IR developments, for Notes 16

a.    Sec.1-inst+ATR ,

b.    Sec.2-depth+image,

c.     Sec.3-kinetic,

d.    Sec.4-ultrafast+VCD

8.    Extra from Notes 17, Raman

a.    Henry Buijs early review FT-Raman

b.    Renishaw FT- Dispersive Raman comparison

c.     Cornell application notes

d.    PerkinElmer top 20 Questions

e.     Raman of Bio samples--Horiba

9.    Extras for Notes 18, CD

a.    Slides from presentation

b.    CD notes sample prep AVIV

 

Old notes, links failed, stopped updating mid semester

Lecture Notes were moved from html (in 2009) into a pdf version with integral figures and links,

PDF versions for 2011/13 are in italics and are blue when recent update links are operative

(The html versions from 2005 have links to figures, which may be of interest to you, and are pretty complete, but often have distracting strange characters. You can also go to the older 2005 Web page or to the very similar 2009 Web Page)

1: Introduction, basic principles (pdf) - (2005 html version) - slides- on spectral methods, light properties

2: Light sources, conventional - (2005 html version)

Links: - Oriel hand out (souces

 

/optics sections - radiation laws)

3: Laser light sources - (2005 html version)

Links: Laser Survey RP Encyclopedia+links

List of laser types

Kansas State Tutorial

- RP gas laser summary article with links

-- Newport Diode Tutorial

a. Gas and molecular lasers

b. Solid State, dye and diode lasers

4: Optics: mirrors and lenses- (2005 html version)

5: Special Optics - (2005 html version)

6: Monochromators - (2005 html version)

7: Interferometers- (2005 html version)

8: Detectors- (2005 html version)

9: Signal Processing - (2005 html version)

10: Signal to Noise Considerations- (2005 html version)

11: Error, statistical sampling - (2005 html version)

12: Atomic Spectroscopy - (2005 html version)

13: Molecular Spectroscopy - (2005 html version)

14: Absorption Spectroscopy - (2005 html version)

15: Luminescence Spectroscopy - (2005 html version)

16: Infrared Spectroscopy - (2005 html version)

17: Raman Spectroscopy - (2005 html version)

18: Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy - (2005 html version)

19. Light Scattering