The vast discipline of analytical chemistry has implications in all experimental sciences. Its study requires knowledge of many different areas. As a multidisciplinary science, also sometimes referred to as transferable, analytical chemistry calls upon many phenomena, certain of which quite distant from chemistry in the usual sense of the term, in order to provide results. Thus, modern chemical analysis is based on physico-chemical measurements obtained through the use of a variety of instruments, which have greatly benefited from the appearance of microcomputers. Gradually a tremendous arsenal of processes has been developed, allowing the analyst to respond to an increasing number of various demands. The book classifies methods of analysis according to three categories: separation techniques, spectroscopy techniques and other methods. It was written for undergraduate students in chemistry but with the view that it may be of interest for students in other disciplines. Thus, it provides sufficient information to understand the techniques and their application and allows students to find additional information in more advanced works that discuss specialized instrumental techniques in more detail. Written and presented as comprehensively as possible, the text addresses a broad spectrum of techniques relevant to a wide range of subjects in chemistry, physics and applied biology and will prove appropriate for students of pre-university, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
AUTOR: Shankar, Ram
EDITORA: Auris Reference
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