This module provides an overview over analytical techniques. It is aimed PhD students who conduct analyses themselves or commission them and PhD students who use the results.
|date:||April 08-12, 2013|
|place:||- MPI for Biogeochemistry, Jena, Room B0.002 (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday morning, Friday)|
- Institute for Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, seminar room #127, Lessingstr. 8, Jena, (Wednesday)
Legend T = theory, D/L = demonstration, lab
|Mon, April 08 2013||Good Laboratory Praxis||Iris Kuhlmann, Ines Hilke (MPI-BGC)|
|start at 09:00||T, D/L||lecture + lab class "Good Laboratory Praxis",|
including data evaluation/statistics, (ca. 8 h)
|Tue, April 09, 2013||Good Laboratory Praxis (II) & basics of chromatography||MPI-BGC-Team|
|start at 09:00||T||seminar "Principles of Good Laboratory Praxis" (ca. 3 h)|
Lab organisation /documentation starting from arrival of samples,
|start 13:30||D/L||Lab class "Extraction" & data evaluation|
basics of chromatographic methods
|Franziska Günther, Roman Witt (group of Gerd Gleixner)|
|Wed, April 10, 2013||Analysis of gases||Georg Pohnert (IIAC, FSU)|
|start 09:00||T||seminar "Headspace SPME, GC/MS"|
basics, enrichment of compounds from the gaseous phase → analysis
|until ca. 16:00||L||Lab class "DMS from water samples" as an example + discussion & transfer of results (ca. 5 h)|
|Thu, April 11, 2013||Raman-microspectroscopy||Jürgen Popp, Torsten Frosch (IPHT)|
|10:00 - 11:30||T||lecture (at MPI-BGC, B0.002)|
|14:00-16:30||D/L||practical part, incl. Experiments (at IPHT) (total ca. 4 h)|
|Fri, April 12, 2013||data analysis, statistics||Andrea Scheibe, Vanessa-Nina Roth(MPI-BGC)|
|09:00-ca. 12:30||T /L||preprocessing and basic statistical analysis of measurement data, demonstration with Canoco|
Requirements: ''Please bring a laptop and either install Canoco (trial version, expiration in June '13) or, if you don't use Windows, install the Remote Desktop Connection Client or similar software to be able to work on our terminal server.''
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