Through a cooperative agreement, students of member colleges and universites attend one-week intensive courses and receive credit at their home institution. Students learn how to apply the necessary skills and analytical judgment to a wide variety of microanalytical problems including: pharmaceutical contamination, forensic trace evidence, white powder identification, failure analysis of plastics and other polymers, and cleanroom techniques including particle isolation and specialized sample preparation. ACCA courses include polarized light microscopy, electron microscopy, infrared and Raman spectroscopy. Students learn how each of these microanalytical tools can be used to solve a wide variety of materials analysis and particle identification problems—skills sought in today's job market.
|Aurora University||Judson University||Saint Xavier Universtiy|
|Benedictine University||Lewis University||Trinity Christian College|
|Concordia University Chicago||North Central College||Trinity International University|
|Dominican University||North Park University||University Of Saint Francis|
|Elmhurst College||Olivet Nazarene University||Wheaton College|
Essentials of Polarized Light Microscopy and Ancillary Techniques by John Gustav Delly has been published.
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