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The book, as said in the foreword, places some stress on the reliability of analytical data and on sampling techniques. Constantly the reader is referred to specific research sources or other more general texts. Home About Help Search. Periodic Table Mark Jackson.
Basic Concepts of Analytical Chemistry
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. The index is also adequate for helping those searching for particular techniques.
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Once again a pragmatic approach has been taken by the authors and the reader can expect a clear illustration of each technique. Painless Chemistry Loris Chen. Introduction to Spectroscopy James R.
Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. This chapter is for just such people. The book is rounded off by a series of Appendices giving details of the commercial khlpkar currently available, together yb relevant addresses. Crime Scene to Court Peter C. Showing all editions for ‘Basic concepts of analytical chemistry’ Sort by: Equally, the many examples from the literature are presented for their relevance and wider applicability.
Introduction to Organic Spectroscopy Laurence M. This is the third re-print of the book and contains 33 chapters covering most areas of interest to the analytical chemist. This has allowed the author to cover a wide range of techniques and to use varied examples. With such a wide remit, ordering and grouping of methods in a logical manner is bound to create problems.
Chapter 4 contains much of the revised and new second edition material and describes data processing techniques. Light Spectroscopy David A. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Although this is the third re-print no additional material has been incorporated since the first edition Cancel Forgot your password?
The detailed information in the tables is impressive and not always readily available from trade literature.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Peter Hore. For me the strongest features of the book are its directness and relevance to the subject area and the importance it places on sampling methodology.
Following a brief introductory Chapter which sets the scene. Interestingly many analysts whilst acknowledging the importance of such methodology really do it properly.