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Basic Concepts of Analytical Chemistry

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Basic Concepts of Analytical Chemistry
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Basic Concepts of Analytical Chemistry
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  • Cover -- Preface to the Third Edition -- Preface to the First Edition -- Contents -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Importance of Analytical Chemistry -- 1.2 Methods of Quantitative Analysis -- 1.3 Criteria for Selection of Method for Analysis -- 1.4 Chemical Analysis and Analytical Chemistry -- 1.5 Quantitative Analysis with Scale of Operation -- 1.6 Steps in Quantitative Analysis -- 1.7 Methods of Analytical Determination -- 1.8 Role of Instrumentation -- Literature -- Chapter 2. Reliability of Analytical Data and Statistical Analysis -- 2.1 Errors in Chemical Analysis -- 2.2 Classification of Errors -- 2.3 Determining the Accuracy of Methods -- 2.4 Improving the Accuracy of Analysis -- 2.5 Statistical Analysis -- 2.6 Criteria for Rejection of Results: Q-Test -- 2.7 Presentation of Data -- 2.8 Confidence Limit -- 2.9 Q-Test for Rejection of Result -- 2.10 Standard 't' Test -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 3. Sampling in Analysis -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Definitions of Terms -- 3.3 Theory of Sampling -- 3.4 Techniques of Sampling -- 3.5 Statistical Criteria of Ideal Sample -- 3.6 Stratified Sampling Versus Random Sampling -- 3.7 Minimisation of Variance in Stratified Sampling -- 3.8 Transmission and Storage of Samples -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 4. Gravimetric Analysis -- 4.1 Precipitation Methods -- 4.2 Purity of Precipitation : Coprecipitation -- 4.3 Optimum Conditions for Precipitation -- 4.4 Precipitation from Homogeneous Solution -- 4.5 Washing of the Precipitate -- 4.6 Ignition of the Precipitate -- 4.7 Role of Organic Precipitants in Gravimetric Analysis -- 4.8 Criteria for Choice of an Organic Reagent -- 4.9 Some Important Organic Precipitants -- 4.10 Electrogravimetry -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature
  • Chapter 5. Volumetric Analysis- Acid-Base Titrations -- 5.1 Volumetric Analysis -- 5.2 Classification of Volumetric Methods -- 5.3 Acid-Base Titrations -- 5.4 Acid-Base Titration Curves -- 5.5 Acid-Base Indicators -- 5.6 Mixed Indicators -- 5.7 Fluorescent Indicators -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 6. Redox Titrations -- 6.1 Theory of Redox Titration Curves -- 6.2 Some Oxidising Agents as Titrants -- 6.3 Application of Iodine as Redox Reagent -- 6.4 Redox Indicators -- 6.5 Detection of End Point in Redox Titrations -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 7. Precipitation Titrations -- 7.1 Theory of Precipitation Titration Curves -- 7.2 Factors Influencing Solubility of the Precipitate -- 7.3 Titrations by Turbidity without an Indicator -- 7.4 Volhard's Method -- 7.5 Mohr's Method -- 7.6 Adsorption Indicators in Precipitation Titrations -- 7.7 Miscellaneous Indicators for Titrations -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 8. Complexometric (EDTA) Titrations -- 8.1 EDTA and the Complexones -- 8.2 Complexometric Titration Curves -- 8.3 Metallochromic Indicators -- 8.4 Kinetics of Complexometric Titration -- 8.5 Selectivity in Complexometric Titrations -- 8.6 Typical EDTA Titrations -- 8.7 Advantages of Complexometric Titration -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 9. Solvent Extraction -- 9.1 Principles of Solvent Extraction -- 9.2 Classification of Extractions -- 9.3 Mechanism of Extraction -- 9.4 Extraction by Chelation -- 9.5 Extraction by Solvation -- 9.6 Extraction Equilibrium for Chelates -- 9.7 Extraction Equilibria for Solvation -- 9.8 Techniques of Extraction -- 9.9 Separation of Metals by Extraction -- 9.10 Extraction by Ion Pair Formation -- 9.11 Application of Solvent Extraction in Industry
  • 9.12 Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 10. Supramolecules in Solvent Extraction -- 10.1 Origin of Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Compounds -- 10.2 Nomenclature of Compounds -- 10.3 Classification -- 10.4 Synthesis of Crown Ethers, Cryptands and Calixarenes -- 10.5 Factors Influencing Solvent Extraction -- 10.6 Solvent Extraction with Crown Ethers and Cryptands -- 10.7 Rotaxanes -- 10.8 Classification of Rotaxanes -- 10.9 Synthesis of Rotaxanes -- 10.10 Characterisations of Rotaxanes -- 10.11 Metal Complexes with Rotaxanes -- 10.12 Analytical Application -- Literature -- Chapter 11. Principles of Chromatography -- 11.1 Non-Chromatographic Methods of Separation -- 11.2 Membrane Separation Methods -- 11.3 Chromatography as the Method Separation -- 11.4 Historical Development -- 11.5 Classification of Chromatographic Methods -- 11.6 Fundamentals of Chromatography -- 11.7 Techniques in Chromatography -- 11.8 Dynamics of Chromatography -- 11.9 Van Deemter's Equation -- 11.10 Resolution of Mixtures -- 11.11 Separations Characteristics -- 11.12 Special Features of Chromatographic Methods -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 12. Ion Exchange Chromatography -- 12.1 Historical Development -- 12.2 Classification of Ion Exchange Resins -- 12.3 Mechanism of Ion Exchange -- 12.4 Synthesis of Ion Exchange Resins -- 12.5 Characteristics of Ion Exchange Resins -- 12.6 Ion Exchange Equilibria -- 12.7 Plate Theory for Ion Exchange Column -- 12.8 Techniques in Ion Exchange Methods -- 12.9 Analytical Applications -- 12.10 Application of Ion Exchange in Metal Separations -- 12.11 Cation Exchange Separations from Nonaqueous Media -- 12.12 Anion Exchange Separations of Metals -- 12.13 Liquid Ion Exchangers -- 12.14 Inorganic Exchangers -- 12.15 Chelating Resins -- Solved Problems
  • Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 13. Ion Chromatography -- 13.1 Ion Chromatography as a Separation Tool -- 13.2 Structure and Characteristics of Resins -- 13.3 Eluants used in Separation -- 13.4 Suppressor Column in Chromatography -- 13.5 Detectors used in Ion Chromatography -- 13.6 Instrumentation of Ion Chromatography -- 13.7 Analytical Applications of Ion Chromatography -- 13.8 Applications In Environmental Speciation -- 13.9 Application in Other Fields -- 13.10 Hyphenated Technique in Ion Chromatography -- 13.11 Ion Chromatography by Chelation -- 13.12 Ion Chromatography by Ion Pairing -- 13.13 Ion Chromatography by Ion Exclusion -- 13.14 Comparison of Ion Chromatography with Ion Exchange -- Literature -- Chapter 14. Adsorption Chromatography -- 14.1 Principles Of Adsorption Chromatography -- 14.2 Experimental Set-Up -- 14.3 Chemical Constitution And Chromatographic Behaviour -- 14.4 Uses Of Adsorption Chromatography -- 14.5 Affinity Chromatography -- 14.6 Chiral Chromatography -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 15. Partition Chromatography -- 15.1 Principles Of Liquid-Liquid Partition Chromatography -- 15.2 Liquid-Liquid Partition Chromatography -- 15.3 Reversed Phase Partition (Extraction) Chromatography -- 15.4 Applications of Extraction Chromatography -- 15.5 Paper Chromatography -- 15.6 Techniques In Paper Chromatography -- 15.7 Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) -- 15.8 Densitometric Analysis In Chromatography -- 15.9 Ion Pair Chromatography -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 16. Gas Chromatography -- 16.1 Principles of Gas Chromatography -- 16.2 Plate Theory for Gas Chromatography -- 16.3 Instrumentation for Gas Chromatography -- 16.4 Working of Gas Chromatography -- 16.5 Applications of Gas Chromatography -- 16.6 Programmed Temperature Chromatography
  • 16.7 Flow Programming Chromatography -- 16.8 Gas Solid Chromatography -- 16.9 Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography -- 16.10 Advantages of Hyphenated Methods -- 16.11 Chemical Characterisation by Hyphenated Methods -- 16.12 Recent Development in Detectors in Gas Chromatography -- 16.13 Derivatisation In Chromatography -- 16.14 Head Space Gas Chromatography -- Solved Problems -- Literature -- Chapter 17. High Performance Liquid Chromatography -- 17.1 Principles of High Performance Liquid Chromatography -- 17.2 Components of High Performance Liquid Chromatography -- 17.3 Mobile Phase -- 17.4 Stationary Phase -- 17.5 Stationary Supports in HPLC -- 17.6 Detectors Used -- 17.7 Instrumentation for HPLC -- 17.8 Applications of HPLC Techniques -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 18. Supercritical Fluid Chromatography and Extraction -- 18.1 Characteristics of Supercritical Fluids -- 18.2 Mechanism of Working of SFC -- 18.3 Comparison with Other Chromatography Techniques -- 18.4 Selection of Supercritical Fluid for SFC -- 18.5 Applications of Supercritical Fluid Chromatography -- 18.6 Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) -- 18.7 Selection of Supercritical Fluid for Extraction (SFE) -- 18.8 Applications of Supercritical Fluid Extraction -- Literature -- Chapter 19. Exclusion Chromatography -- 19.1 Gel Permeation Chromatography -- 19.2 Applications of Gel Permeation Chromatography -- 19.3 Ion Exclusion -- 19.4 Mechanism of the Ion Exclusion Process -- 19.5 Merits and Demerits of the Ion Exclusion Technique -- 19.6 Applications of Ion Exclusion Techniques -- 19.7 Ion Retardation -- 19.8 Inorganic Molecular Sieves -- Solved Problems -- Literature -- Chapter 20. Electrochromatography -- 20.1 Principles of Electrochromatography -- 20.2 Instrumentation for Electrochromatography -- 20.3 Curtain Electrochromatography
  • 20.4 Applications of Electrochromatography
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3rd ed.
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1 online resource (633 pages)
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9781906574376
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Basic Concepts of Analytical Chemistry
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Contents
  • Cover -- Preface to the Third Edition -- Preface to the First Edition -- Contents -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1.1 Importance of Analytical Chemistry -- 1.2 Methods of Quantitative Analysis -- 1.3 Criteria for Selection of Method for Analysis -- 1.4 Chemical Analysis and Analytical Chemistry -- 1.5 Quantitative Analysis with Scale of Operation -- 1.6 Steps in Quantitative Analysis -- 1.7 Methods of Analytical Determination -- 1.8 Role of Instrumentation -- Literature -- Chapter 2. Reliability of Analytical Data and Statistical Analysis -- 2.1 Errors in Chemical Analysis -- 2.2 Classification of Errors -- 2.3 Determining the Accuracy of Methods -- 2.4 Improving the Accuracy of Analysis -- 2.5 Statistical Analysis -- 2.6 Criteria for Rejection of Results: Q-Test -- 2.7 Presentation of Data -- 2.8 Confidence Limit -- 2.9 Q-Test for Rejection of Result -- 2.10 Standard 't' Test -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 3. Sampling in Analysis -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Definitions of Terms -- 3.3 Theory of Sampling -- 3.4 Techniques of Sampling -- 3.5 Statistical Criteria of Ideal Sample -- 3.6 Stratified Sampling Versus Random Sampling -- 3.7 Minimisation of Variance in Stratified Sampling -- 3.8 Transmission and Storage of Samples -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 4. Gravimetric Analysis -- 4.1 Precipitation Methods -- 4.2 Purity of Precipitation : Coprecipitation -- 4.3 Optimum Conditions for Precipitation -- 4.4 Precipitation from Homogeneous Solution -- 4.5 Washing of the Precipitate -- 4.6 Ignition of the Precipitate -- 4.7 Role of Organic Precipitants in Gravimetric Analysis -- 4.8 Criteria for Choice of an Organic Reagent -- 4.9 Some Important Organic Precipitants -- 4.10 Electrogravimetry -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature
  • Chapter 5. Volumetric Analysis- Acid-Base Titrations -- 5.1 Volumetric Analysis -- 5.2 Classification of Volumetric Methods -- 5.3 Acid-Base Titrations -- 5.4 Acid-Base Titration Curves -- 5.5 Acid-Base Indicators -- 5.6 Mixed Indicators -- 5.7 Fluorescent Indicators -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 6. Redox Titrations -- 6.1 Theory of Redox Titration Curves -- 6.2 Some Oxidising Agents as Titrants -- 6.3 Application of Iodine as Redox Reagent -- 6.4 Redox Indicators -- 6.5 Detection of End Point in Redox Titrations -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 7. Precipitation Titrations -- 7.1 Theory of Precipitation Titration Curves -- 7.2 Factors Influencing Solubility of the Precipitate -- 7.3 Titrations by Turbidity without an Indicator -- 7.4 Volhard's Method -- 7.5 Mohr's Method -- 7.6 Adsorption Indicators in Precipitation Titrations -- 7.7 Miscellaneous Indicators for Titrations -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 8. Complexometric (EDTA) Titrations -- 8.1 EDTA and the Complexones -- 8.2 Complexometric Titration Curves -- 8.3 Metallochromic Indicators -- 8.4 Kinetics of Complexometric Titration -- 8.5 Selectivity in Complexometric Titrations -- 8.6 Typical EDTA Titrations -- 8.7 Advantages of Complexometric Titration -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 9. Solvent Extraction -- 9.1 Principles of Solvent Extraction -- 9.2 Classification of Extractions -- 9.3 Mechanism of Extraction -- 9.4 Extraction by Chelation -- 9.5 Extraction by Solvation -- 9.6 Extraction Equilibrium for Chelates -- 9.7 Extraction Equilibria for Solvation -- 9.8 Techniques of Extraction -- 9.9 Separation of Metals by Extraction -- 9.10 Extraction by Ion Pair Formation -- 9.11 Application of Solvent Extraction in Industry
  • 9.12 Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 10. Supramolecules in Solvent Extraction -- 10.1 Origin of Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Compounds -- 10.2 Nomenclature of Compounds -- 10.3 Classification -- 10.4 Synthesis of Crown Ethers, Cryptands and Calixarenes -- 10.5 Factors Influencing Solvent Extraction -- 10.6 Solvent Extraction with Crown Ethers and Cryptands -- 10.7 Rotaxanes -- 10.8 Classification of Rotaxanes -- 10.9 Synthesis of Rotaxanes -- 10.10 Characterisations of Rotaxanes -- 10.11 Metal Complexes with Rotaxanes -- 10.12 Analytical Application -- Literature -- Chapter 11. Principles of Chromatography -- 11.1 Non-Chromatographic Methods of Separation -- 11.2 Membrane Separation Methods -- 11.3 Chromatography as the Method Separation -- 11.4 Historical Development -- 11.5 Classification of Chromatographic Methods -- 11.6 Fundamentals of Chromatography -- 11.7 Techniques in Chromatography -- 11.8 Dynamics of Chromatography -- 11.9 Van Deemter's Equation -- 11.10 Resolution of Mixtures -- 11.11 Separations Characteristics -- 11.12 Special Features of Chromatographic Methods -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 12. Ion Exchange Chromatography -- 12.1 Historical Development -- 12.2 Classification of Ion Exchange Resins -- 12.3 Mechanism of Ion Exchange -- 12.4 Synthesis of Ion Exchange Resins -- 12.5 Characteristics of Ion Exchange Resins -- 12.6 Ion Exchange Equilibria -- 12.7 Plate Theory for Ion Exchange Column -- 12.8 Techniques in Ion Exchange Methods -- 12.9 Analytical Applications -- 12.10 Application of Ion Exchange in Metal Separations -- 12.11 Cation Exchange Separations from Nonaqueous Media -- 12.12 Anion Exchange Separations of Metals -- 12.13 Liquid Ion Exchangers -- 12.14 Inorganic Exchangers -- 12.15 Chelating Resins -- Solved Problems
  • Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 13. Ion Chromatography -- 13.1 Ion Chromatography as a Separation Tool -- 13.2 Structure and Characteristics of Resins -- 13.3 Eluants used in Separation -- 13.4 Suppressor Column in Chromatography -- 13.5 Detectors used in Ion Chromatography -- 13.6 Instrumentation of Ion Chromatography -- 13.7 Analytical Applications of Ion Chromatography -- 13.8 Applications In Environmental Speciation -- 13.9 Application in Other Fields -- 13.10 Hyphenated Technique in Ion Chromatography -- 13.11 Ion Chromatography by Chelation -- 13.12 Ion Chromatography by Ion Pairing -- 13.13 Ion Chromatography by Ion Exclusion -- 13.14 Comparison of Ion Chromatography with Ion Exchange -- Literature -- Chapter 14. Adsorption Chromatography -- 14.1 Principles Of Adsorption Chromatography -- 14.2 Experimental Set-Up -- 14.3 Chemical Constitution And Chromatographic Behaviour -- 14.4 Uses Of Adsorption Chromatography -- 14.5 Affinity Chromatography -- 14.6 Chiral Chromatography -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 15. Partition Chromatography -- 15.1 Principles Of Liquid-Liquid Partition Chromatography -- 15.2 Liquid-Liquid Partition Chromatography -- 15.3 Reversed Phase Partition (Extraction) Chromatography -- 15.4 Applications of Extraction Chromatography -- 15.5 Paper Chromatography -- 15.6 Techniques In Paper Chromatography -- 15.7 Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) -- 15.8 Densitometric Analysis In Chromatography -- 15.9 Ion Pair Chromatography -- Solved Problems -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 16. Gas Chromatography -- 16.1 Principles of Gas Chromatography -- 16.2 Plate Theory for Gas Chromatography -- 16.3 Instrumentation for Gas Chromatography -- 16.4 Working of Gas Chromatography -- 16.5 Applications of Gas Chromatography -- 16.6 Programmed Temperature Chromatography
  • 16.7 Flow Programming Chromatography -- 16.8 Gas Solid Chromatography -- 16.9 Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography -- 16.10 Advantages of Hyphenated Methods -- 16.11 Chemical Characterisation by Hyphenated Methods -- 16.12 Recent Development in Detectors in Gas Chromatography -- 16.13 Derivatisation In Chromatography -- 16.14 Head Space Gas Chromatography -- Solved Problems -- Literature -- Chapter 17. High Performance Liquid Chromatography -- 17.1 Principles of High Performance Liquid Chromatography -- 17.2 Components of High Performance Liquid Chromatography -- 17.3 Mobile Phase -- 17.4 Stationary Phase -- 17.5 Stationary Supports in HPLC -- 17.6 Detectors Used -- 17.7 Instrumentation for HPLC -- 17.8 Applications of HPLC Techniques -- Problems For Practice -- Literature -- Chapter 18. Supercritical Fluid Chromatography and Extraction -- 18.1 Characteristics of Supercritical Fluids -- 18.2 Mechanism of Working of SFC -- 18.3 Comparison with Other Chromatography Techniques -- 18.4 Selection of Supercritical Fluid for SFC -- 18.5 Applications of Supercritical Fluid Chromatography -- 18.6 Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) -- 18.7 Selection of Supercritical Fluid for Extraction (SFE) -- 18.8 Applications of Supercritical Fluid Extraction -- Literature -- Chapter 19. Exclusion Chromatography -- 19.1 Gel Permeation Chromatography -- 19.2 Applications of Gel Permeation Chromatography -- 19.3 Ion Exclusion -- 19.4 Mechanism of the Ion Exclusion Process -- 19.5 Merits and Demerits of the Ion Exclusion Technique -- 19.6 Applications of Ion Exclusion Techniques -- 19.7 Ion Retardation -- 19.8 Inorganic Molecular Sieves -- Solved Problems -- Literature -- Chapter 20. Electrochromatography -- 20.1 Principles of Electrochromatography -- 20.2 Instrumentation for Electrochromatography -- 20.3 Curtain Electrochromatography
  • 20.4 Applications of Electrochromatography
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EBC3382454
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unknown
Edition
3rd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (633 pages)
Form of item
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Isbn
9781906574376
Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10595614
  • (OCoLC)923311325

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