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Physical Methods in Modern Chemical Analysis, Volume 3 presents the fundamental principles, the instrumentation or necessary equipment, and applications of selected physical methodologies in chemical analysis. This volume contains chapters that discuss various topics on chemical analysis methods such as transform methods in chemistry; X-ray spectrometry; the principles of electrochemical measurements; and global optimization strategy for gas-chromatographic separations. The book will prove to be an excellent reference material for chemists, researchers, and students of chemistry.
List of Contributors
Contents of Other Volumes
II. Principles of X-Ray Spectrometry
III. Instrumentation for X-Ray Spectrometry
IV. Matrix Effects and Correction Methods
V. Applications of X-Ray Spectrometry
Transform Techniques in Chemistry
I. General Advantages and Uses for Transforms
II. Specific Applications of Transforms
Electrochemical Characterization of Chemical Systems
II. Some Distinctive Concepts
III. The Basic Elements
V. Experimental Aspects
Global Optimization Strategy for Gas-Chromatographic Separations
II. A Global Optimization Strategy for Gas-Chromatographic Separations
III. Practical Application of th e Optimization Strategy
IV. Use of the Optimization Strategy for the Analysis of Mixtures of Initially Unknown Content and Complexity
V. Contemporary Developments
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- © Academic Press 1983
- 28th March 1983
- Academic Press
- eBook ISBN:
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