Atomic Absorption Spectrometry
Theory, Design and ApplicationsEdited by
- S.J. Haswell
Published: November 1991
...well written and organized. ...would make an excellent addition to the library of the most experienced, practicing spectroscopist.
...will certainly be a most useful reference book.
Trends in Analytical Chemistry
By current standards for scientific books, this one is not unreasonably priced and I have no hesitation in recommending that it should be added to the library of anyone who uses atomic absorption spectrometry.
For the current user of the technique the well referenced sections critically evaluate the state-of-the-art, while for the newer user the text will form the basis of a good laboratory handbook which offers a comprehensive instruction on the theory and instrumental design in AAS.
Fresenius Journal of Analytical Chemistry
...full of practical details... It is a text to be highly recommended.
...there is much to recommend this text. It should find its way to a number of bookshelves (and one may hope, to lab benches) of practical chemists interested in