Applied Complexometry

Author: Rudolf Přibil
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483161110
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Applied Complexometry tackles complexometry from a practical perspective. The book discusses more applications, and theories are reduced to the most important ones. Comprised of 22 chapters, this book deals first with volumetric reagents in complexometry, and then tackles detection of the titration end-point. Chapter 3 covers masking (screening) reagents. Chapter 4 discusses separation methods, and Chapter 5 covers apparatus and solutions. Chapter 6 talks about the classification of EDTA complexes, while Chapter 7 discusses the complexometry anions. Chapter 8 discusses the analytical applications; Chapters 9 to 21 explain the analysis of several materials and solutions, such as alloys, silicates and rocks, cement, ores and concentrates, semiconductors, pigments, and electroplating solutions. The last chapter discusses further applications of complexometry. This book will be of great interest to researchers, especially for chemists whose work involves various chemical techniques such as complexometry.

Pharmaceutical Drug Analysis

Author: Ashutosh Kar
Publisher: New Age International
ISBN: 9788122415827
Format: PDF, ePub
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During The Past Two Decades, There Have Been Magnificent And Significant Advances In Both Analytical Instrumentation And Computerized Data Handling Devices Across The Globe. In This Specific Context The Remarkable Proliferation Of Windows-Based Computer Software Stretched Overwhelmingly Towards Instrument Control, Real Time Data Handling Abilities And The Ultimate Usage Of Laboratory Information Management Systems (Lims) Are Surprisingly Noteworthy.Pharmaceutical Drug Analysis In Its Present Form Essentially Comprises Six Parts Containing In All 32 Well-Elaborated Chapters Predominantly Dealing With The Set Of Descriptive Analytical Methodologies Developed To Control And Assure The Quality Of The Final Marketed Product; And, Therefore, Includes Both Qualitative And Quantitative Methods Of Analysis To Help In The Identification As Well As Purity Of The Product.The Main Purpose Of This Textbook Is To Discuss In An Explicit And Lucid Manner Several Of The Newer Methods That Now Find Rather Wider Application In The Domain Of Pharmaceutical Analysis. The Basic Principle Of Each Technique Is Critically Treated With Emphasis On Factors That Directly Affect Its Proper And Judicious Application To Various Analytical Problems. An In-Depth Knowledge Of These Principles, Instrumentations, Modus Operandi, Experimental Parameters, And Sample Preparation Procedures In Order To Optimize The Performance Procedure Of Typical Assay Of Pharmaceutical Secondary Products I.E., Dosage Forms, Calculations Etc., Along With Cognate Assays From The Official Compendia Have Been Included Profusely.Undergraduate And Postgraduate Students Of Pharmaceutical Drug Analysis, Quality Assurance Chemists, Industrial Trainees, Bulk-Drug Professionals And Those In Related Disciplines Earnestly Requiring A Substantial Fundamental Understanding And Knowledge Of The Subject Will Certainly Find This A Much Needed Suitable Compilation For Reading And Reference.The Broad Coverage Included In Each Of The Selected Analytical Techniques Would Render Pharmaceutical Drug Analysis To Be An Useful Source Of Ideas, Inspiration For Research, And Developing Newer Practical Solutions To Problems In The Ever Expanding Field Of Pharmaceutical Analysis.

Chemical Methods of Rock Analysis

Author: D. Hutchison
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080984800
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A practical guide to the methods in general use for the complete analysis of silicate rock material and for the determination of all those elements present in major, minor or trace amounts in silicate and other rocks that are routinely, commonly or occasionally determined by methods that are considered to be essentially chemical in character. Such methods include those based upon spectrophotometry, flame emission spectrometry and atomic absorption spectroscopy, as well as gravimetry, titrimetry and the use of ion-selective electrodes. Separation stages are described in full, using precipitation, solvent extraction, distillation, and ion-ex procedures as appropriate. The third edition has been fully revised and updated.

Substoichiometry in Radiochemical Analysis

Author: Jaromír Růžička
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483184129
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Substoichiometry in Radiochemical Analysis considers application of simple chemistry than the use of complicated instrumentation in studying radiochemical analysis. This book is divided into nine chapters; the first chapter gives an introduction to the content of this monograph. This text then examines the neutron-activation and isotope-dilution analyses, complemented with the general technique and preliminary experiments. Specifically, this book provides the methods for the substoichiometric determination of traces of various elements by the neutron-activation and isotope-dilution analyses. Copper, mercury, gallium, gold, and zinc are some of the elements featured in this particular topic. This topic is followed by the discussion on the analysis of radioactive materials. This text also tackles the automation and comparison with other radiometric methods of substoichiometric analysis, as well as trends in substoichiometry. This book will be helpful for those concerned with substoichiometry, especially those who need a book that presents non-complicated study of the subject.

Chromatographic Determination of Molecular Interactions Applications in Biochemistry Chemistry and Biophysics

Author: Tibor Cserhati
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849344374
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Chromatographic Determination of Molecular Interactions describes the theory and practice of the measurement of molecular interactions by thin-layer, high performance liquid, and gas chromatography. Methods and various procedures used for the calculation of complex stability constants are compiled, and the stability constants of a wide variety of interactions determined by the various chromatographic techniques are included. New results of molecular interactions are covered, including those for protein-peptide and amino acid-nucleic acid bases. The book will appeal to biochemists, analytical chemists, molecular biologists, biotechnologists, biophysicists, and medicinal chemists.

Handbook of Environmental Analysis

Author: Pradyot Patnaik
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420065824
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A reflection of the myriad changes in the field of environmental analysis and the emergence of many new classes of pollutants in recent years, the second edition of Handbook of Environmental Analysis: Chemical Pollutants in Air, Water, Soil, and Solid Wastes covers all aspects of environmental analysis. Completely revised and updated to include new analytical techniques as well as additional chemical structures and reactions, this second edition retains the features — clarity of prose, pertinent examples, and authoritative coverage of a wide range of toxic pollutants — that made the first edition a bestseller. New and updated information in the Second Edition: Chapters on emerging pollutants such as pharmaceuticals, household products, nonionic surfactants, steroids, hormones, flame-retardants, and plasticizers Chapters on oxyhalides, glyphosate herbicides, oil and grease, disinfection by-products, and haloacetic acids A chapter on radioactivity Updated NIOSH methods on air analysis Revised content on gas chromatography and mass spectrometry US EPA and Standard Methods The book provides information on an array of topics from instrumentations, analytical techniques, and sample preparations to statistical calculations, chemical structures, and equations. It includes information on many alternative analytical procedures, making this edition more informative and versatile than its predecessor. It presents the tools and techniques required to measure a wide range of toxic pollutants in our environment.

Mineral Processing and the Environment

Author: G.P. Gallios
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401722846
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Mineral processing technologies have been used for decades to protect the environment and many examples of such applications are given here. The book covers four major subject areas: fundamentals; environmental pollution and its prevention; separation processes; and innovative techniques. Audience: Scientists, engineers and technologists conducting both applied and basic research into the different environmental aspects of mineral processing.