Teacher Laura Mercolini. Credits 7. Teaching Mode Traditional lectures. Language Italian. At the end of the course the student possesses an advanced theoretical and practical knowledge to carry out phytoderivative analysis.
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Teacher Laura Mercolini. Credits 7. Teaching Mode Traditional lectures. Language Italian. At the end of the course the student possesses an advanced theoretical and practical knowledge to carry out phytoderivative analysis. In particular, the student learns the analytical characteristics of active compounds in different types of phytoderivatives and related products, the most proper techniques and methods to perform a reliable quali-quantitative analysis, by means of lectures and single seat laboratory activities.
Principles, aims and problems of the advanced phytoderivative analysis. Peculiar characteristics of the instrumental analysis applied to herbal matrices and related products. Method validation referred to application to phytoderivatives: validation parameters according to the international guidelines. Specific principles of each analytical technique and instrumentations. Application to phytoderivatives and related products. Types of detection, principles of their operation, coupling to separation techniques and effects on analytical performance.
UV-Vis absorption spectroscopy: instrumentation, quantitative analysis, spectrophotometry. Applications to phytoderivative quali-quantitative analysis. Molecular fluorescence spectroscopy: instrumentation, quantitative analysis, analysis by quenching.
Coupling to separative techniques: native fluorescence and after derivatization. Applications to phytoderivative analysis. Analysis of samples of different origin and composition. Slides presented and discussed during the course. Papers from the scientific literature presented and discussed during the course.
Handout of the laboratory experiments. Skoog D. The course consists of lectures 32 h, 4CFU during which the main instrumental techniques and methods required for the analysis phytoderivatives are discussed. The course deals also with single seat laboratory activities 36 h, 3 CFU , during which the student prepares a laboratory notebook. The laboratory activities offer the student the opportunity of carrying out different types of advanced analysis for identification and quantitation of the compounds of interest in phytoderivatives and related products, by firsthand using the techniques and methodologies required to perform such analyses.
The assessment of the learning aims to assess practical skills and theoretical knowledge acquired by the student while attending the lectures and the laboratory activities.
In particular, the following skills are evaluated:. The assessment of the learning is performed on the basis of an oral examination consisting of some questions about both the theoretical and the practical parts. The practical activities are developed in specially equipped didactic laboratories where each student has at disposal a single place of work, all the instrumentations and materials necessary for the advanced analysis in phytoderivatives.
See the website of Laura Mercolini. Search Search Close. People Structures Close. My e-mail for students My e-mail for staff Close. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Send to friend. Search Course unit catalogue. Course contents Principles, aims and problems of the advanced phytoderivative analysis. Hage D. Teaching methods The course consists of lectures 32 h, 4CFU during which the main instrumental techniques and methods required for the analysis phytoderivatives are discussed.
Assessment methods The assessment of the learning aims to assess practical skills and theoretical knowledge acquired by the student while attending the lectures and the laboratory activities. In particular, the following skills are evaluated: - Knowledge of the advanced instrumental analytical terminology and of the theoretical basis of the discussed topics; - Ability to perform basic laboratory procedures for the quali-quantitative analysis; - Specific training on the uses, properties and analytical procedures of the examined products and compounds; - Critical capacity in the evaluation of the laboratory analytical results.
Teaching tools Lectures are carried out by means of electronic media pc, tablet and similar devices. Office hours See the website of Laura Mercolini.
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