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Principles of instrumental analysis. [electronic resource]

By: Skoog, Douglas A.
Contributor(s): Leary, James J.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Saunders golden sunburst series.Publisher: Fort Worth : Saunders College Pub., c1992Edition: 4th ed. / Douglas A. Skoog, James J. Leary.Description: xii, 700 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0030233437; 9780030233432; 9780030753985; 0030753988.Subject(s): Instrumental analysis -- Textbooks | Analise Quimica Qualitativa | Analyse instrumentale | Chemische analyses | Wetenschappelijke technieken | Instrumentelle AnalytikAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Principles of instrumental analysis.DDC classification: 543 Other classification: 35.20 | CHE 200f | CHE 220f | CHE 236f | MSR 010f | VG 5150 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
1. Introduction.--2. Operational amplifiers in chemical instrumentatiion.--3. Digital electronics, microprocessors, and computers.--4. Signals and noise.--5. Properties of electromagenetic radiation.--6. Instruments for optical spectroscopy.--7. An introduction to molecular ultraviolet/visible and near-infrared absorption spectroscopy.--8. Application of molecular ultraviolet/visible absorption spectroscopy.--9. Molecular fluorescence, phosphorescence, and chemiluminescene.--10. Atomic spectriscioy based upon flame and electrothermal atomization.--11. Emission spectroscopy based upon plasma, arc, spark atomization.--12. Infrared absorption spectroscopy.--13. Raman spectroscopy.--14. Nucleur magnetic resonance spectroscopy.--15. X-ray spectroscopy.--16. Analysis of surface with eletron beams.--17. Radiochemical methods.--18. Mass spectrometry.--19. An introduction to electroanalytical chemistry.--20. Potentiometric methods.--21. Coulometric methods.--22. Voltammetry.--23. Thermal methods.--24. An introduction to chromatographic separations.--25. Gas chromatography.--26.Highg-performance
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction.--2. Operational amplifiers in chemical instrumentatiion.--3. Digital electronics, microprocessors, and computers.--4. Signals and noise.--5. Properties of electromagenetic radiation.--6. Instruments for optical spectroscopy.--7. An introduction to molecular ultraviolet/visible and near-infrared absorption spectroscopy.--8. Application of molecular ultraviolet/visible absorption spectroscopy.--9. Molecular fluorescence, phosphorescence, and chemiluminescene.--10. Atomic spectriscioy based upon flame and electrothermal atomization.--11. Emission spectroscopy based upon plasma, arc, spark atomization.--12. Infrared absorption spectroscopy.--13. Raman spectroscopy.--14. Nucleur magnetic resonance spectroscopy.--15. X-ray spectroscopy.--16. Analysis of surface with eletron beams.--17. Radiochemical methods.--18. Mass spectrometry.--19. An introduction to electroanalytical chemistry.--20. Potentiometric methods.--21. Coulometric methods.--22. Voltammetry.--23. Thermal methods.--24. An introduction to chromatographic separations.--25. Gas chromatography.--26.Highg-performance

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Principles of instrumental analysis by Skoog, Douglas A. ©1971
Principles of instrumental analysis. by Skoog, Douglas A. ©1992
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