Computers in Chemical and Biochemical Research V2 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780121513023, 9780323157452

Computers in Chemical and Biochemical Research V2

1st Edition

Editors: C.E. Klopfenstein
eBook ISBN: 9780323157452
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 1st January 1974
Page Count: 288
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Computers in Chemical and Biochemical Research, Volume 2, provides a suitable medium permitting communication of important results of workers in computer-assisted chemistry. The present volume complements its predecessor and includes reviews and original articles about a variety of topics not dealt with earlier. The scope of the series is broad and the articles are designed to provide coverage of state-of-the-art advances and to prevent wasteful duplications of effort.

The book contains seven chapters and opens with a survey of the field of pattern recognition in chemistry along with past and future directions. This is followed by separate chapters covering an on-line graphics system as a teaching aid in physical chemistry; financial and hardware analysis and specifications of laboratory minicomputer systems; and the use of these principles in the automation of a clinical laboratory. Subsequent chapters deal with the use of new technology in automation of two specific types of experimental apparatus; and computer automation in gas-liquid chromatography.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors


Pattern Recognition in Chemical Research

I. Introduction

II. The Pattern Recognition Approach to Data Analysis

III. The Methods of Pattern Recognition

IV. Applications

V. Conclusion


An On-Line Graphics System as an Instructional Aid in Physical Chemistry

I. Introduction

II. The Language

III. Some Applications

IV. Discussion


General Bibliography

Laboratory Minicomputer Data Systems

I. Introduction

II. Computer Description

III. Computer Peripherals

IV. Laboratory Data System. Computer vs. a Data System

V. Applications

VI. Summary

Application of Computers in the Clinical Laboratory

I. Introduction

II. The Wisconsin System

III. Research and New Applications of Computers in the Clinical Laboratory

IV. Conclusion


Transient Recorders in Automated T-Jump/Stopped-Flow Equipment and Rapid-Scanning Spectrometers

I. T-Jump Unit

II. Stopped-Flow/Rapid-Scanning Spectrometer Unit

III. Conclusion


Computers and Automation in Chromatography

I. Introduction

II. Advances in Electronics Technology

III. Manual Quantitation Methods

IV. Electronic Digital Integrators

V. On-Line Computer Systems

VI. Computing Integrator for Chromatography

VII. Total Automation of Chromatography

VIII. Conclusions


Computer Interfacing and Control in Gas Chromatography

I. Introduction

II. Computer-Controlled Gas Chromatography

III. Computer Interface

IV. Software


Subject Index


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