Analytical Chemistry: An Introduction
Douglas A. Skoog
Saunders College Pub., 2000 - Science - 850 pages
The new edition highlights some of the latest techniques such as supercritical fluid chromatography and capillary electrophoresis. The addition of spreadsheet exercises and problems throughout the text provides students with a more modern approach to analytical chemistry.
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The Tools of Analytical Chemistry
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absorbance absorption acid activity coefficients amount analysis analytical chemistry analytical concentration applications atomic base Beer's law buffer buret Calculate calibration carbonate cathode cations cell cell potential cerium(IV Chapter chemical chloride chromatography color column complex compounds constant coulometric crucible detector determination dilute dissociation dissolved EDTA electrochemical cell electrode potential electrolyte end point Equation equilibrium equivalence point error Example excess Fe2+ filter fluorescence formula g/mol glass half-reaction hydrogen hydroxide indicator instruments iodine ion concentration ionic strength iron(II liquid mass measurement metal methods mmol mobile phase molar concentration molar mass molecular molecules NaOH number of moles obtained oxidation pipet plot potassium precipitate proton quantity radiation reaction reagent sample Section shown in Figure silver sodium solid solubility solvent species spectroscopy spreadsheet standard deviation standard electrode potential standard solution surface temperature tion titration titration curve volume volumetric flask wavelength weighing