An Approach to Chemical Analysis: Its Development and Practice
An Approach to Chemical Analysis: Its Development and Practice provides an overview of the development of chemical analysis and its application in solving analytical problems in chemistry. The text is comprised of 19 chapters that are organized into two parts.
In the first part, the text covers the historical aspects of chemical. The book then proceeds to tackling methods for analysis in which the final measurement is preceded by one or more chemical reactions. The first two chapters of the second part discuss distillation and chromatography, respectively. Next, the title details the physical methods that only occasionally and incidentally need to be preceded by chemical reactions.
The text will be of great use for students, researchers, and practitioners of chemistry.
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