An Approach to Chemical Analysis - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080115436, 9781483185736

An Approach to Chemical Analysis

1st Edition

Its Development and Practice

Authors: H. N. Wilson
Editors: Robert Robinson L. A. K. Staveley H. M. N. H. Irving
eBook ISBN: 9781483185736
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1966
Page Count: 384
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Description

An Approach to Chemical Analysis: Its Development and Practice provides an overview of the development of chemical analysis and its application in solving analytical problems in chemistry. The text is comprised of 19 chapters that are organized into two parts. In the first part, the text covers the historical aspects of chemical. The book then proceeds to tackling methods for analysis in which the final measurement is preceded by one or more chemical reactions. The first two chapters of the second part discuss distillation and chromatography, respectively. Next, the title details the physical methods that only occasionally and incidentally need to be preceded by chemical reactions. The text will be of great use for students, researchers, and practitioners of chemistry.

Table of Contents

AUTHOR’S PREFACE

PART I

CHAPTER 1: THE EARLY HISTORY OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

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CHAPTER 2: "CLASSICAL" ANALYSIS AND THE IMPACT OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

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THE ROLE OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY—FROM 1870 ONWARDS

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY AND COMPLEX IONS

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY AND THE PHENOMENA OF PRECIPITATION

CHAPTER 3: THE FIRST ORGANIC REAGENTS

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α-NITROSO-β-NAPHTHOL

DIMETHYLGLYOXIME

CUPFERRON

CHAPTER 4: ORGANIC ANALYSIS

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GENERAL ORGANIC ANALYSIS

ORGANIC ANALYSIS IN IMPORTANT INDUSTRIES

CHAPTER 5: LARGE-SCALE INDUSTRY AND VOLUMETRIC ANALYSIS

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THE GROWTH OF VOLUMETRIC ANALYSIS

CHAPTER 6: THE MODERN APPROACH TO CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

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LATER DEVELOPMENTS IN INORGANIC CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

SPECTROPHOTOMETRY OF DITHIZONE SOLUTIONS

pH VALUE AND THE APPARENT CO-EFFICIENT OF EXTRACTION

EXAMPLES OF THE USE OF DITHIZONE

OTHER NEW REAGENTS

CHAPTER 7: ORGANIC MICRO-ANALYSIS

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QUANTITATIVE MICRO-ANALYSIS

DETERMINATION OF OXYGEN

FURTHER ADVANCES IN MICRO-ANALYSIS

CHAPTER 8: USE OF NON-AQUEOUS SOLVENTS IN ANALYSIS

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1 AS TITRATION MEDIUM

2 USE OF NON-AQUEOUS SOLVENTS FOR THE EXTRACTION OF METALS

CHAPTER 9: POLAROGRAPHY

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THE BASE SOLUTION

THE NATURE OF THE ANODE

USES OF POLAROGRAPHY

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS OF POLAROGRAPHY

THE CATHODE RAY POLAROGRAPH

CHAPTER 10: OTHER ELECTROCHEMICAL METHODS

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ELECTRODEPOSITION

COULOMETRY

POTENTIOMETRY

AMPEROMETRIC TITRATION

THE POLARIZATION END-POINT; THE “DEAD STOP END-POINT”

CONDUCTIMETRIC TITRATION AND HIGH FREQUENCY TITRATION

HIGH FREQUENCY TITRATION

PART II: INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION TO INTRODUCTION

USES OF THE PRINCIPAL PHYSICAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS

CHAPTER 11: FRACTIONAL DISTILLATION

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THE CONCEPT OF THE “THEORETICAL PLATE” AND ITS PRACTICAL REALIZATION

CHAPTER 12: CHROMATOGRAPHY

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LIQUID-SOLID CHROMATOGRAPHY

PARTITION LIQUID-LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY

GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY

CHAPTER 13: ABSORPTIOMETRY AND "COLORIMETRIC ANALYSIS"

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INTRODUCTION

VALIDITY OF LAMBERT-BEER LAWS

ACCURACY OF ABSORPTIOMETRY

INSTRUMENTATION

ULTRA-VIOLET ANALYSIS

USES OF ULTRA-VIOLET SPECTROPHOTOMETRY

NON-DISPERSIVE INFRA-RED GAS ANALYSIS

FLUORIMETRIC ANALYSIS

CHAPTER 14: EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY

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APPARATUS FOR SPECTROGRAPHY

PREPARATION AND ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES

METAL ANALYSIS

INTERPRETATION OF THE SPECTRA OBTAINED

FLAME PHOTOMETRY

CHAPTER 15: ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETRY

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CHAPTER 16: APPLICATIONS OF X-RAYS TO CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

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1 X-RAY ANALYSIS BY ABSORPTION

2 X-RAY ANALYSIS BY CRYSTAL DIFFRACTION

3 X-RAY FLUORESCENCE ANALYSIS

CHAPTER 17: APPLICATIONS OF RADIOACTIVITY TO CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

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THE NATURE OF RADIOACTIVITY

METHODS OF MEASURING RADIOACTIVITY

INSTRUMENTS USED

THE METHODS OF RADIOACTIVE ANALYSIS

PRINCIPLES OF NEUTRON ACTIVATION ANALYSIS

THE COURSE OF THE ANALYSIS

SUGGESTIONS FOR READING

CHAPTER 18: MASS SPECTROMETRY

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THE MASS SPECTROMETER

OPERATION

CHAPTER 19: CHEMICAL ANALYSIS; ART, CRAFT, OR SCIENCE?

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INDEX

Details

No. of pages:
384
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1966
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483185736

About the Author

H. N. Wilson

About the Editor

Robert Robinson

Affiliations and Expertise

Recently retired from editorship of Canadian Security magazine

L. A. K. Staveley

H. M. N. H. Irving

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