Monash Organic Spectroscopy Symposium - Tuesday 16th July 2019 Afternoon session
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Monash Organic Spectroscopy Symposium
The Monash Organic Spectroscopy Symposium (MOSS), a spectroscopic-based incursion, covers the core principles of the spectroscopic analysis of organic molecules and helps students develop skills in applying advanced tools and techniques required for analysing and interpreting data. This symposium has been designed to align with the spectroscopic chemistry section of Unit 4 VCE Chemistry. Attendees will have hands-on use of both NMR and IR instruments to collect spectra, and analyse their collected spectra, along with Mass Spectroscopic and Elemental Analysis data, to determine the identity of unknown organic molecules. At the completion of the two hour symposium, there is the opportunity to take a guided tour of the Science precinct of Monash University. All resources supplied.
July 15th 2019 to July 19th 2019
Morning sessions: 9.00am – 11.15am
Midday sessions: 11.30am – 1:45pm
Afternoon sessions: 2.00pm – 4.15pm
The sessions will be held on Level 1 of 13 Rainforest Walk, The Green Chemical Futures (GCF) Building, Monash University Clayton Campus.
$30 per student
* 36 students per session
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