• Learning the fundamental concepts of analytical chemistry related to the analytical process, measurement quality, and calibration.
• Knowledge of the principles of operation of spectrophotometric techniques based on UV-visible and infrared radiation absorption, and on fluorescence emission, including qualitative and quantitative analysis.
• Knowledge of the fundamental concepts and principles of operation of electroanalytical techniques based on potential (potentiometry) and current (voltammetry) measurements.
• Evaluation and interpretation of the experimental data and the results of an analysis.
• Evaluation and correct usage of analytical information in the context of materials science.
• Will acquire the main concepts of analytical chemistry and learn to correctly present, process, and interpret the results of an analytical procedure.
• Will acquire the physicochemical principles underlying the instrumental spectrophotometric and electroanalytical techniques presented in the course.
• Will learn the principle of operation and the instrumental configuration of such techniques, learning the type of information that is possible to obtain from their application, especially in the context of materials science.
• Will acquire notions in chemometrics necessary to interpret the analytical data and correctly evaluate the results of an analysis.
• Will develop critical thinking and be able to assess the potential and the limitations of the presented techniques, developing the ability to tackle analytical problems in the context of materials science.
• Will be able to properly apply the acquired knowledge to the development of qualitative and quantitative methods in the context of materials science.
• Will develop adequate communication skills and use the correct terminology
• will grow independent thinking and will be able to re-elaborate notions from the textbooks and the lecture notes.