Theory and practice of current methods of analysis. Methods include spectroscopy (UV-Visible, IR, and atomic absorption), chromatography (gas, liquid, and ion), NMR, and coupled instrumentation such as the GC-Mass spectrometer. Three-hour lecture, four-hour laboratory. Prerequisites: CHEM 221, CHEM 222, CHEM 341, and CHEM 342 or permission of instructor. Spring.