Knowledge and understanding
knowledge regarding the instrumentation, ionization systems, ion separation and hyphenation with the separation techniques used in mass spectrometry. - Acquire the basic knowledge for the interpretation of a mass spectrum obtained in an electronic impact. Comparison with other ionization techniques such as chemical ionization
- knowledge of the potentials, limits and problems related to the type of ionization, analyzer and data acquisition method.
- knowledge regarding the chromatographic and electrophoretic parameters useful for the use of the best instrumental analytical technique to solve an analytical problem, including sample preparation techniques.
The student have to be able to assess the potential and critical points of the various analytical techniques and methodologies as well as make the correct decisions on how to deal with a problem related to the type of the sample under consideration and evaluation of the analytical data obtained.
The student have to be able to demonstrate the necessary capacity in describing with the appropriate and more pertinent technical terms.
The student must demonstrate to be able to use independently and critically the teaching material provided by the teacher, as well as other independently found , demonstrating the degree of scientific growth gained.