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Title Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry
Author
Publisher Elsevier
Release 2019-05-15
Category Science
Total Pages 312
ISBN 9780444642622
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, Volume 84, the latest release in the Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on the Current status of environmental monitoring, Physical principles of infrared, Chemical principles of infrared, Instrumentation and hardware, Data analysis, Sampling, Applications in water, Application in soil and sediments, Applications in ecology of animals and plants, Applications in air monitoring, Applications in contamination, Applications in marine environments, Advantages and pitfalls, and more. Provides the authority and expertise of leading contributors from an international board of authors Presents the latest release in the Damia Barcelo series Updated release includes the latest information on the Daniel Cozzolino

Title Principles of Analytical Chemistry
Author Miguel Valcarcel
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2000-08-15
Category Science
Total Pages 372
ISBN 9783540640073
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Principles of Analytical Chemistry gives readers a taste of what the field is all about. Using keywords of modern analytical chemistry, it constructs an overview of the discipline, accessible to readers pursuing different scientific and technical studies. In addition to the extremely easy-to-understand presentation, practical exercises, questions, and lessons expound a large number of examples.

Title Analytical Chemistry of Foods
Author C.S. James
Publisher Springer
Release 2012-10-23
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 178
ISBN 9781461359050
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Food laws were fIrst introduced in 1860 when an Act for Preventing the Adulteration of Articles of Food or Drink was passed in the UK. This was followed by the Sale of Food Act in 1875, also in the UK, and later, in the USA, by the Food and Drugs Act of 1906. These early laws were basically designed to protect consumers against unscrupulous adulteration of foods and to safeguard consumers against the use of chemical preservatives potentially harmful to health. Subsequent laws, introduced over the course of the ensuing century by various countries and organisations, have encompassed the features of the early laws but have been far wider reaching to include legislation relating to, for example, specifIc food products, specifIc ingredients and specifIc uses. Conforming to the requirements set out in many of these laws and guidelines requires the chemical and physical analysis of foods. This may involve qualitative analysis in the detection of illegal food components such as certain colourings or, more commonly, the quantitative estimation of both major and minor food constituents. This quantitative analysis of foods plays an important role not only in obtaining the required information for the purposes of nutritional labelling but also in ensuring that foods conform to desired flavour and texture quality attributes. This book outlines the range oftechniques available to the food analyst and the theories underlying the more commonly used analytical methods in food studies.

Analytical Chemistry by Clyde Frank

Title Analytical Chemistry
Author Clyde Frank
Publisher Elsevier
Release 2012-12-02
Category Science
Total Pages 720
ISBN 0323143008
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Analytical Chemistry, Second Edition covers the fundamental principles of analytical chemistry. This edition is organized into 30 chapters that present various analytical chemistry methods. This book begins with a core of six chapters discussing the concepts basic to all of analytical chemistry. The fundamentals, concepts, applications, calculations, instrumentation, and chemical reactions of five major areas of analytical chemistry, namely, neutralization, potentiometry, spectroscopy, chromatography, and electrolysis methods, are emphasized in separate chapters. Other chapters are devoted to a discussion of precipitation and complexes in analytical chemistry. Principles and applications and the relationship of these reactions to the other areas are stressed. The remaining chapters of this edition are devoted to the laboratory. A chapter discusses the basic laboratory operations, with an emphasis on safety. This topic is followed by a series of experiments designed to reinforce the concepts developed in the chapters. This book is designed for introductory courses in analytical chemistry, especially those shorter courses servicing chemistry majors and life and health science majors.

Analytical Chemistry a Practical Approach by E. Hywel (Associate Lecturer Evans, Associate Lecturer at The Open University)

Title Analytical Chemistry a Practical Approach
Author E. Hywel (Associate Lecturer Evans, Associate Lecturer at The Open University)
Publisher
Release 2019-01-31
Category Chemistry, Analytic
Total Pages 280
ISBN 9780199651719
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Analytical Chemistry: A Practical Approach takes a hands-on approach to analytical chemistry, directly reflecting how chemical analysis is carried out in a range of contexts. It provides students with a clear and easy-to-remember framework through which they can develop their understanding ofthe analytical process and and draws on a wide range of everyday examples to illustrate the practical application of analytical chemistry, including environmental analysis and food analysis. The authors present students with a range of worked examples, activities and problems to develop the skillsof application and problem-solving they will need in the real world.

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY Second Edition by Dash, Dhruba Charan

Title ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY Second Edition
Author Dash, Dhruba Charan
Publisher PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
Release 2017-08-01
Category Science
Total Pages 628
ISBN 8120353005
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The book, now in its second edition, provides a clear and concise understanding of the principles, applications and limitations of the various techniques involved in analytical chemistry. It motivates and prepares the students to face academic and research challenges in the field of analytical chemistry in performing analytical analysis and interpreting the results obtained. The second edition, while retaining the flow of chapters—qualitative analysis, quantitative analysis, data analysis, analysis of organic compounds, separation and purification techniques, electroanalytical techniques and spectroanalytical techniques, introduces a new chapter on Thermoanalytical Techniques that discusses thermogravimetric analysis, derivative thermogravimetric analysis and differential thermal analysis in detail. Intended primarily as a text for the undergraduate and postgraduate students (B.Sc. and M.Sc.) of chemistry, the book would also be of great benefit to the students who are appearing for NET and GATE examinations. KEY FEATURES • Provides clear introduction to all key analytical methods. • Uses a large number of illustrations to make each topic self-explanatory. • Includes a large number of worked-out problems for easy understanding of the concepts. • Contains numerous objective type questions, short answer type questions and graded problems to test the readers’ understanding of the theory.

Title Analytical Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis
Author David S. Hage
Publisher Pearson College Division
Release 2011
Category Science
Total Pages 696
ISBN 9780321596949
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Analytical Chemistry and Quantitative Analysis presents concepts and procedures in a manner that reflects the practice and applications of these methods in today's analytical laboratories. These methods are illustrated by using current examples from fields that include forensics, environmental analysis, medicine, biotechnology, food science, pharmaceutical science, materials analysis, and basic research. The fundamental principles of laboratory techniques for chemical analysis are introduced, along with issues to consider in the appropriate selection and use of these methods--including the proper use and maintenance of balances, laboratory glassware, and notebooks, as well as mathematical tools for the evaluation and comparison of experimental results. Basic topics in chemical equilibria are reviewed and used to help demonstrate the principles and proper use of classical methods of analysis like gravimetry and titrations. Common instrumental techniques are also introduced, such as spectroscopy, chromatography and electrochemical methods. Sideboxes discuss other methods, including mass spectrometry and NMR spectroscopy, throughout the text.

Title Environmental Analytical Chemistry
Author F. W. Fifield
Publisher Wiley-Blackwell
Release 2000-05-18
Category Science
Total Pages 512
ISBN 9780632053834
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first edition of this book established a niche as the only volume with a wide ranging review of analytical chemistry having a focus specific to environmental science. This new edition has been thoroughly revised to take full account of the rapid changes and development in the field over the past five years. Separation science, atomic spectroscopy and speciation determinations are areas in which significant developments have been made, and these are reflected in the new edition. The importance of the assessment of the effects of pollutants on real systems has been recognised by the restructuring of the chapter on biological testing and incorporation of a new one on environmental toxicology. Self-assessment questions have been added. Environmental science was one of the key concerns of the latter part of the twentieth century and will continue to be into the twenty-first. Concerns for environmental protection and public health worldwide have led to extensive legislation. The investigation and modelling of environmental systems, together with the implementation of laws and regulations, has led to a demand for a large number of environmental measurements, many of which are made by techniques falling within the broad range of analytical chemistry. Many professionals make regular use of data obtained by techniques of analytical chemistry. Thus, although not primarily analytical chemists or even chemists, they need sufficient knowledge of the background of analytical chemistry to judge the quality and limitations of the environmental data obtained. Very much the same situation arises in the academic world, where students are involved in environmental science studies or projects in which they need appropriate analytical chemistry information. Both analytical chemistry and environmental science have an extensive literature at varying levels of sophistication. However, there have been few attempts to link the two. This book sets out the background to analytical chemistry and covers the principles of its most important techniques. This is done in a way that enables a user to grasp the strengths and weaknesses of a technique, together with its principles of operation, without becoming enmeshed in the chemical small print. Links to environmental uses are indicated in broad terms and then exemplified in more detail by accounts of specific and important environmental problems. Written for students of chemistry, environmental science and related disciplines, the book is also an essential reference source for those who use environmental information and need to be aware of the factors affecting its quality and reliability. This is still the only book to focus exclusively on the analytical chemistry methods relevant to environmental studies. As useful to chemists as it is to non-specialists who require an understanding of the techniques employed to collect data in their disciplines (e.g. environmental researchers, ecotoxicologists, etc).

Title Quality Control in Analytical Chemistry
Author G. Kateman
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 1993-09-06
Category Science
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9780471557777
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Describes the basics of analytical techniques, sampling and data handling in order to improve quality control in analytical laboratory management. Stresses what quality parameters can be improved and which ones should be rectified first. This edition includes numerous modern methods and the latest developments in time-proven techniques.

Title Analytical Chemistry of Complex Matrices
Author
Publisher Vieweg+Teubner Verlag
Release 2012-04-05
Category Science
Total Pages 213
ISBN 9783322871831
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Analytical Chemistry of Complex Matrices is an introduction for the analytical scientist to analytical problems concerned with the identification and determination of organic, inorganic and organometallic analytes in complex matrices of topical importance such as the atmosphere, factory air, natural waters, industrial effluents, drinking water, plants, soils, minerals, foods and industrial products. It is assumed that the analytical scientist is already familiar with the theory and practice of a wide range of analytical methods and techniques such as are available in the many text 1 books of analytical chemistry/science, as outlined by Locke and Grossman. It is intended that this text should fill a void in analytical chemistry/science, since there is currently a distinct lack of educational literature dedicated to the evaluation and solution of the aforementioned analytical problems. This text has therefore been written with this end in mind and is based on the author's experiences in teaching and research in analytical chemistry/science to final-year undergraduate and post graduate students in universities in London, Aarhus, Buffalo, Cork, Turku, Haifa, Belfast, Lusaka and Coleraine. The text covers a wide range of analytical techniques from classical gravimetry and titrimetry, which illustrate basic chemical principles to the undergraduate, to instrumental techniques such as UV-visible spectrophotometry, IR spectrometry, spectrofiuorimetry, gas chromatography, potentiometry and polarography used by undergraduates and postgraduates in most university teaching and research laboratories.

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