|Bachelor's Degree in Oenology (2014)|
|OENOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS|
|Subject (*)||OENOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS||Code||19224118|
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|Department||Analytical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry
In the event of a health emergency that requires confining the population or involving mobility restrictions during this course, efforts will be made to adapt the teaching activity and assessment. If this situation occurs, these adaptations will be reported in the Moodle space of each subject.
This course deals with the basis of general methods of analysis of the main chemical components of wine, with special emphasis on instrumental methods. The aim is that students learn not only to understand an analytical wine protocol but also to interpret the analytical results obtained in the laboratory (either basic or specialized) to apply a certain protocol.
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