Course - Analytical Chemistry, Specialization Project - TKJ4540
TKJ4540 - Analytical Chemistry, Specialization Project
Examination arrangement: Work
Grade: Letter grades
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Analytical chemistry research and development project. The project topic is chosen in cooperation with the supervisor within research activities in analytical chemistry at the Department. The research project will include several of the following components: planning and carrying out analytical chemical research activity, sampling, sample preparation for and performing the chemical analyses) based on literature or local analytical expertise, data collection, structuring and adequate interpretation of data from analyses; setting up and testing hypotheses; finding and making uses of new literature; writing a research project report.
The project aims at giving the students in depth knowledge in the chosen theme, and work experience in research based project work. After finishing course the student should: - be able to acquire on his/her own a good and up-to-date knowledge relevant to the given project from the literature; - be able to account for, and apply,
The project aims at giving the students in-depth knowledge of the chosen theme and experience in research-based project work. After finishing the course the student should:
- Be able to obtain the knowledge relevant to the given project through literature studies.
- Be able to explain how their own research results are connected with previous knowledge in the field.
- Be able to formulate and use central models and methods which are being used in connection with the study project.
- Be able to interpret and be critical of their own results.
- Be able to present his/her research results in written and oral form.
- Master the standard working tools for the relevant scientific discipline which are needed to solve the study project.
the theoretical foundation of the actual project; - be able to explain how own research results are connected with previous knowledge in the field and with adjacent areas of science; - be able to account for his/her actual work done, and to extract and critically evaluate the results of it; - be able to present his/her research results in written and oral form; - master the standard working tools for the relevant scientific discipline which were needed to work for the actual project; - Work in a research team.
Learning methods and activities
Individual or group-based project work.
Further on evaluation
If the report is evaluated as Not Passed or F, a new, or a revised report with significant changes may be submitted for evaluation one more time.
Recommended previous knowledge
Equivalent to completed 4th year master student (technology) in Analytical Chemistry.
Information will be given in the beginning of the semester.
Credits: 15.0 SP
Study level: Second degree level
Term no.: 1
Teaching semester: AUTUMN 2023
Language of instruction: English
- Analytical Chemistry
- Technological subjects
Examination arrangement: Work
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