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Analytical Chemistry (Instant Notes)

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Analytical chemists and others in many disciplines frequently ask questions such as: What is this substance?; How concentrated is this solution?; What is the structure of this molecule? The answers to these and many other similar questions are provided by the techniques and methods of analytical chemistry. They are common to a wide range of activities, and the demand for analytical data of a chemical nature is steadily growing. Geologists, biologists, environmental and materials scientists, physicists, pharmacists, clinicians and engineers may all find it necessary to use or rely on some of the techniques of analysis described in this book.

If we look back some forty or fifty years, chemical analysis concentrated on perhaps three main areas: qualitative testing, quantitative determinations, particularly by ‘classical’ techniques such as titrimetry and gravimetry, and structural analysis by procedures requiring laborious and time-consuming calculations. The analytical chemist of today has an armoury of instrumental techniques, automated systems and computers which enable analytical measurements to be made more easily, more quickly and more accurately.

Section A – The nature and scope of analytical chemistry
Section B − Assessment of data
Section C − Analytical reactions in solution
Section D − Separation techniques
Section E − Spectrometric techniques
Section F − Combined techniques
Section G − Thermal methods
Section H – Sensors, automation and computing
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"D. Kealey"

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