General information

General Information 

The Head of Department: Associate Professor, Dr Jadranka Odović

The Department of Analytical Chemistry deals with the development and validation of analytical methods at the following instrumental techniques: spectroscopic (FAAS / FAES, ETAAS, ICP - AES, XRF, IR, Raman, fluorimetry, derivative spectrophotometry); separation (HPLC, TLC, MEKC, CLEC, SPE); electroanalytical (potentiometry, voltammetry - "stripping" technique), and the enzyme-based methods. The above methods are applied in the analysis of synthetic and real samples - drug, serum, urine, dialysate, tissues, plants, the soil, wine, water, food, in order to determine the pharmacologically active compounds, the metal/non-metal, type of the element; the application of corresponding chemometric methods to analysis of the results.

Code

Course

Semest

Type

Status

Hours classes

ECTB

Study programme

F1I1

Introduction to Laboratory Work

I

AO

IB

0+30

2

MF

B1I1

Introduction to Laboratory Work

I

AO

IB

0+30

2

MF-MB

F1O9

Analytical Chemistry 1

II

AO

O

30+30

4

MF

B1O9

Analytical Chemistry 1

II

TM

O

30+30

4

MF-MB

F2O2

Analytical Chemistry 2

III

AO

O

45+45

5

MF

B2O2

Analytical Chemistry 2

III

TM

IB

45+45

5

MF-MB

F2I4

Selected Chapters of Analytical Chemistry

IV

TM

IB

15+15

2

MF

Type of course: AO - academic and general education, TM - theoretical and methodological, NS - scientific expert, SA - professional application. Status: O - mandatory IB - election. Study programmes: MF - Master of Pharmacy, MF -MB - Master of Pharmacy -Medical Biochemist.

◾ Specialist studies for the Health of Sanitary Chemistry

Teachers of the Department of Analytical Chemistry provided required textbooks to students (one university textbook, two practicums, exercise and authorized scripts), for both practical and theoretical instruction.

Teachers of the Department of Analytical Chemistry continued the education of students within scientific research (the papers presented at appropriate conferences and awarded by the University).