Molecular Spectroscopy Laboratory
The aim of this course is the detailed study of the experimental aspects of the optical spectroscopic methods, as IR-, Raman-, UV/VIS-, UPS- and CD-spectroscopy. This course focuses on the methodology, the data acquisition steps and the software applied as well as the interpretation of the results. Some typical examples are used to demonstrate the ability of the mentioned experimental methods. At the end of this course the student will be able to plan, perform experiments as well as to treat and evaluate the acquired data on his/her own.
JM Hollas: Modern Spectroscopy (Wiley, 4th Ed. 2004)
Alan K. Brisdom: Inorganic Spectroscopy Methods (Oxford Chemistry Primers, 1998)
B. Schrader (Ed.): Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy, Methods and Applications ( VCH, 1995)