CHEM8038 Experimental Electrochemistry
Aims and Objectives
to provide a broad grounding in research methods for practical electrochemistry
Having successfully completed this module you will be able to:
- knowledge of the instrumentation and techniques available.
- good experimental design and procedures for recording of results.
- preparation of results for reports and publications.
This course is highly recommended to students involved in any aspect of electrochemistry. It has a number of components, listed below with a brief synopsis for each section. It is intended that the students take 6 out of the 7 available components. • ‘From the Instrument to the Data File.’ Dr Guy Denuault • ‘Writing & Literature Searches’ Professor Phil Bartlett • ‘Experimental Electrochemistry’ Professor Derek Pletcher • ‘Data Analysis’ Dr Peter Birkin • ‘Analogue Electronics’ Professor John Owen • ‘An Analysis of Analysis.’ Dr Alan Howard • ‘Experimental Surface Science’ Professor Brian Hayden?
Learning and Teaching
Teaching and learning methods
Lectures and workshops. Directed reading before sessions. Problem solving.
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Attendance at all sessions Satisfactory performance in workshops and problem solving
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