Quantitative Chemical Analysis

Author: Daniel C. Harris
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429218150
Format: PDF
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QCA is the bestselling textbook of choice for analytical chemistry. It offers a modern portrait of the techniques of chemical analysis, backed by a wealth of real world applications. This edition features new coverage of spectroscopy and statistics, new pedagogy and enhanced lecturer support.

Quantitative Chemical Analysis

Author: Na Li
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN: 9814452319
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This book covers both fundamental and practical aspects of chemical analysis: Data Process and Analysis; Chemical Equilibria and Volumetric titrations; Gravimetry; Spectrophotometry; Sample Preparation and Separation Methods in Quantitative Analysis. It was written with the rich tradition of teaching at Peking University College of Chemistry, and edited by an American professor who was personally sensitive to the needs of students learning science from traditional chemistry textbooks written in English. Many examples and illustrative problems in this text have been taken from previous textbooks by the Peking University Team Teaching Program. The book can be used as a starter in analytical chemistry which is fundamental and the base upon which chemistry is built. Traditional chapters of initial learning in analytical chemistry are included, such as volumetric, gravimetric and separation methods; the book also includes key chapters on problem solving relating to recent progress in analytical chemistry.

Principles of Quantitative Chemical Analysis

Author: Robert De Levie
Publisher: McGraw-Hill College
ISBN: 9780070163621
Format: PDF
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Designed for a sophomore/junior course in analytical chemistry or quantitative analysis, this text focuses on the quantitative aspects of the discipline using a unified approach. Emphasis is placed on developing visual tools for understanding complicated solution equilibria. To these ends, extensive use is made of graphical methods, such as the easily sketched stick diagrams, which can be used to guide analytical calculations and takes the guesswork out of numerical approximations. Optional spreadsheet exercises are closely integrated with the text and can therefore serve to introduce the student to the use of computers for chemical calculations.