Advanced spectroscopic methods

  • Cours (CM) 21h
  • Cours intégrés (CI) -
  • Travaux dirigés (TD) -
  • Travaux pratiques (TP) -
  • Travail étudiant (TE) -

Langue de l'enseignement : Français

Description du contenu de l'enseignement

· Electronic Spectrophotometry: Historical recalls; Molecular orbitals; Far UV and visible; Conditions to accurately acquire and rationalized electronic transitions; electronic transitions in solution: auxochrome effects and Charge transfer band, Analysis; Instrumentation.
· Emission Spectrophotometry: Different luminescence processes; radiative and non radiative processes; photophysical properties; Collision and static quenching, Development of novel fluorescent probes: The case of Iron; Instrumentation.
· Infra Red and Raman spectrophotometry: Instrumentation: choice, advantages and limitations; Molecular vibrational and rotational theory; Recalls on the group theory and interpretation of spectra; Examples; Instrumentation.
· Diffusion RamanSpectrophotometry: Principle of the method; Surface Exaltation; Instrumentation.
· Solid state NMR spectroscopy: Dipolar and quadrupolar coupling, interaction anisotropy, Magic angle spinning, static/orientated samples, some experimental NMR pulse sequences, Applications

Compétences à acquérir

· Understand the ground rules of several complementary spectroscopic techniques to characterize various systems in solution.
· Identify the importance and advantages of each of spectroscopy studied in a given scientific area.
· Being able, at the end of the teaching, to explain the principles of these spectroscopic techniques and the observations and phenomena that are associated with them.

Compétences développées et/ou évaluées
· Understanding the investigated spectroscopic approaches for the characterization and the quantification of (bio)molecules or metal complexes.
· Being able to apply these spectroscopic techniques and principles to any molecular systems in solution.

Pré-requis recommandés

Basic knowledge in molecular symmetry, atomic and molecular orbitals, chemical reactivity, general chemistry coordination chemistry and solution state NMR


MASTER - Chimie