Chemical Laboratory Instrumentation is the techniques of experimental chemistry, it’s the understanding of basic chemistry lab techniques for carrying out experiments as well as the basic principles of modern analytical instruments. Individuals need to have the basic chemical knowledge and understand the properties of individual chemicals in order to maintain safety standard in any Chemical Laboratory.
London TFE offer an engineering course in London for individuals to acquire skills to:
- Analyse chemical samples using modern instrumentation and traditional methods,
- Synthesize and purify chemical compounds
- Utilize quality assurance and quality control methods
- Understand functionality of the calibration technique and apply the principles of chemistry, physics, biology and mathematics
This seminar is addressed to both new and experienced users of chemical laboratories. It includes an overview of most important chemical and physical processes employed in a chemical laboratory to achieve recognition, measurement, transfer, purification, storage and reaction of chemicals. It also includes Health and Safety as well as Quality and Environmental Management procedures to design and maintain a QHSE Management environment. Related topics such as SDS and GHS systems are also presented.
Who is this course for?
- Chemists, Chemical Engineers
- Laboratory personnel/ researchers
- Scientists from other fields that require a detailed overview/ introduction to the topic
- QHSE experts
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