(Prerequisite, CH 376 or CH 676) The use of instruments to obtain qualitative, quantitative, and structural data is discussed. Basic theory, fundamental principles, and limitations underlying the techniques are included. Laboratory experiments acquaint the student with the operation of the instruments and the interpretation of data. Techniques drawn from the areas of atomic and molecular analysis include mass spectrometry, ultraviolet, visible, infrared, Raman, fluorescence, phosphorescence, atomic absorption, and atomic emission spectroscopy, and nuclear magnetic resonance.