Principles and Practice of Modern Chromatographic Methods
- Kevin Robards, Charles Sturt University
- P. Jackson, Waters Chromotography, Lane Cove, Australia
- Paul Haddad, Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Undergraduate and professional chemists; and analytical scientists in clinical chemistry, geology, and food science.
- Published: November 1994
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-589570-5
"This is a carefully written, broadly-based, text for either the non-specialists chromatographer or those scientists who use chromatography extensively in their work but dont consider themselves experts on the topic. It is significantly more than a simple introduction to the topic but by no means an advanced treatise...Overall, this is a welcomed contribution to the chromatography literature and can be recommended to its target audience. This reviewer would rate it among the besttexts of its type currently available and the authors have been broadly successful in meeting their stated goals."
--Colin F. Poole, in JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY
"The introductory chapter is one of the best that I have seen; it is comprehensive and educational...and concludes with an excellent and extensive bibliography....I found this to be an excellent book: by steering away from the more specialised areas the authors have written an easily readable and understandable basic reference for chromatography. I highly recommend it to anyone considering analytical chemistry as a careerif only to whet their appetite!"
--CHEMISTRY IN BRITAIN