Analytical Chemistry: A Modern Approach to Analytical Science, 2nd Edition

Book Details

  • Published: 06 August 2004
  • ISBN: 978-3-527-30590-2
  • Author: Robert Kellner, Jean-Michel Mermet, Matthias Otto, Miguel Valcárcel, H. Michael Widmer
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Why settle for less when you can have the whole of Analytical Chemistry in a single book?


The successful all-in-one guide to modern Analytical Chemistry is now available in a new and updated edition. From the foundations of analytical science to state-of-the art techniques and instrumentation — all you will ever need to know is explained here. The text covers both general analytical chemistry and instrumental analysis and may be used for most analytical chemistry courses offered today.


Carefully chosen worked examples show how analytical problems can effectively be solved and how calculations should be performed. Study questions and recommended reading for further study are provided for each learning unit.
The second edition has been carefully revised to keep up-to-date with advances in the technology of analytical methods in the laboratory and in the workplace, including newly written chapters on multidimensional chromatography, sensors and screening systems.


With its broad scope, the text doubles as a reliable reference for virtually all analytical problems encountered during the course of study and beyond.

Reviews
"Analytical Chemistry will serve as an excellent text as well as a valued reference following completion of the student's course of study."
Journal of Medicinal Chemistry

"It is a book that should be on the shelves of all analytical chemistry and biochemistry professionals, including those who work in the areas of clinical chemistry, food chemistry and forensic chemistry."
Bulletin of the World Health Organisation

"The book is a must-have reference for anyone trying to understand what techniques and technologies are available for the analytical chemist today."
Chemtech

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