The course is worth 15 credits and runs full time during the second half of the spring semester.
The course introduces a variety of optical spectroscopy tools and methods for studying molecules and materials. Electronic processes that can be excited by light are considered. We discuss on an advanced level how these methods together with data analysis are used to investigate chemical and physical properties. Additionally, some spectroscopy skills are practiced is in a couple of laboratory sessions.
Course material and communication
All online course material can be found on canvas. You will only have access to the course in canvas after you have been registered. Communication with students taking the course will primarily be sent out to their student email.
In case of absence
In case you are ill or will miss mandatory classes for any other reason an e-mail should be sent to the course responsible (Donatas Zigmantas). For the labs also cc lab administrator Sophie Manner.
KEMM29 Molecular Spectroscopy - Methods and Applications replaces KEMM19 Optical Methods in Molecular Spectroscopy from autumn term 2019.