CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION ... 1
CHAPTER 2 - THE ASSESSMENT OF ANALYTICAL DATA ... 14
CHAPTER 3 - pH, COMPLEXATION AND SOLUBILITY EQUILIBRIA ... 37
CHAPTER 4 - SEPARATION TECHNIQUES ... 55
CHAPTER 5 - TITRIMETRY AND GRAVIMETRY ... 184
CHAPTER 6 - ELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNIQUES ... 223
CHAPTER 7 - AN INTRODUCTION TO ANALYTICAL SPECTROMETRY ... 267
CHAPTER 8 - ATOMIC SPECTROMETRY ... 282
CHAPTER 9 - MOLECULAR SPECTROMETRY ... 351
CHAPTER 10 - RADIOCHEMICAL METHODS IN ANALYSIS ... 447
CHAPTER 11 - THERMAL TECHNIQUES ... 475
CHAPTER 12 - OVERALL ANALYTICAL PROCEDURES AND THEIR AUTOMATION ... 504
CHAPTER 13 - THE ROLE OF COMPUTERS AND MICRO-PROCESSORS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY ... 528
|PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE of ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, 4/ED.
1995. 560 p.
F. W. FIFIELD & D. KEALEY
There have been significant advances in both analytical instrumentation and computerised data handling during the five years since the third ediction of this boock was published in 1990. The proliferation of windows-based computer software for instrument control and real-time data processing and the use of laboratory information management system are particulary notable. High-performance capillary electrophoresis has emerged as a powerful and versatile separation technique that promisses to rival high-performance liquid chromatography, whilst two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry is proving to be an important aid to structural analysis. These techniques have been given substantial new sections in the fouth edition along with a revision of aspects of athonic spectrometry. throughout the book there have been numerous other changes and additions to enhance clarity and presentation including many new or improved diagrams.Undergraduate and postgraduate students of analytical chemistry, industrial trainees and those in related disciplines requiring a knowledge of the subject will find this suitable text for reading and reference.