Extensively revised and updated, this edition is concerned primarily with quantitative analysis techniques. Describes how to design an analytical method, how to obtain a laboratory sample that is representative of the whole and to prepare it for analysis, what measurement tools are available, automated analyses and the statistical significance of the analysis. New and expanded topics include heterogeneous equilibria, diode array spectrometers, fiber--optic sensors and solid--phase extraction.
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Analytical Objectives, or: What Analytical Chemists Do. Data Handling. Stoichiometric Calculations. General Concepts of Equilibrium. Gravimetric Analysis. Acid--Base Equilibria. Acid--Base Titrations. Complexometric Titrations. Precipitation Reactions and Titrations. Electrochemical Cells and Electrode Potentials. Potentiometry. Redox and Potentiometric Titrations. Voltammetry and Electrochemical Sensors. Spectrometry. Atomic Spectrometric Methods. Solvent Extraction. Chromatographic Methods. Kinetic Methods of Analysis. Automation in the Laboratory. Clinical Chemistry. Environmental Analysis. Basic Tools and Operations of Analytical Chemistry. Experiments. Appendices. Index.
Analytical Chemistry by Gary D. Christian
Gary D. Christian
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