A Practical Guide to Instrumental Analysis

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CRC Press, Oct 19, 1994 - Science - 400 pages
A Practical Guide to Instrumental Analysis covers basic methods of instrumental analysis, including electroanalytical techniques, optical techniques, atomic spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, thermoanalytical techniques, separation techniques, and flow analytical techniques. Each chapter provides a brief theoretical introduction followed by basic and special application experiments. This book is ideal for readers who need a knowledge of special techniques in order to use instrumental methods to conduct their own analytical tasks.
 

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Contents

Potentiometry
4
ThermoGas Titrimetry
13
Biamperometric Titration DeadStop EndPoint Detection
17
Gas Chromatography
19
Voltammetry Polarography
25
Coulometry
39
Conductometric Techniques
47
Dielectrometry
57
Atomic Spectroscopy
115
Flame emission spectroscopy
135
References
149
Derivatography
161
Thermometry
173
Differential Scanning Calorimetry DSC
181
Determination of Organic Functional Groups
195
Ion Exchangers and Their Analytical Applications
208

References
70
diurea in the presence of urea with baseline method
81
by extraction
91
Fluorescence Analysis Fluorimetry
106
ThinLayer Chromatography
217
by recycling
354
Automatic Laboratory Analyzers
359
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Pungor\, Erno; Horvai\, G.

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