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Introduction to instrumental Analysis
Author(s) :Robert D. Braun

ISBN : 9789381075920
Name : Introduction to instrumental Analysis
Price : 995.00
Edition : 2nd Edition
Author/s : Robert D. Braun
Type : Text Book
Pages : 1108
Year of Publication : Rpt. 2018
Publisher : PharmaMed Press/BSP Books
Binding : Paperback
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“Introduction to Instrumental Analysis”, second edition, contains 28 chapters and approximately 1100 pages which deal with an introduction to most aspects of electricity and electronics including computers and computer interfacing to analytical instruments, and all of the major categories of the instrumental methods of chemical analysis. The text has been updated from the first edition to include recent advances in instrumentation. The writing has been revised in order to make it more understandable to students and other readers.

                The instrumental methods of analysis that are described in the text include all of the major absorptive and luminescent spectral methods, the atomic and ionic spectral methods including atomic absorption, atomic and ionic emission, and laser-enhanced ionization, chemiluminescence and electrochemiluminescence, photoacoustic spectroscopy, radiative scattering, refractometry, nuclear magnetic resonance, electron spin resonance, multiple    x-ray methods, radiochemical methods, mass spectrometry, all of the major electroanalytical methods, all of the major chromatographic methods, thermal analysis, and automated laboratory analysis including the use of laboratory robots and control loops.

                The appendixes include the answers to all of the problems, a listing of ASCII characters, abbreviations that are used in the text, and mathematical constants that are used in the text.

Contents

1. Introduction to Chemical Instrumental Analysis, 2. Simple DC and AC Electric Circuits, 3. Electronic Circuits, 4. Operational Amplifiers, Logic Devices, and Computers, 5. Introduction to Spectral Methods of Analysis, 6. Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry, 7. Flame Emission and Atomic Emission, 8. Atomic Fluorescence, Resonant Ionization, and Laser-Enhanced Ionization, 9. Ultraviolet-Visible Spectroscopy of Polyatomic Species, 10. Chemiluminescence and Electrochemiluminescence, 11. Fluorescence and Phosphorescence, 12. Infrared Spectrophotometry, 13. Photoacoustic Spectroscopy, 14. Radiative Scattering, 15. Refractometry 16. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, 17. Electron Spin Resonance Spectrometry, 18. X-Ray Methods, 19. Electron Spectroscopy, 20. Radiochemical Methods, 21. Mass Spectrometry, 22. Potentiometry, 23. Nonpotentiometric Electroanalysis, 24. Introduction to Chromatography, 25. Liquid Chromatography, 26. Gas Chromatography, 27. Thermal Analysis, 28. Automated Analysis

About the Authors

Robert D. Braun received the B.A. degree in chemistry from the University of Colorado- Boulder, and the M.S. and Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from the University of Connecticut-Storrs. He has taught analytical chemistry and other courses at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, the University of Illinois-Urbana, Vassar College -Poughkeepsie, New York, and for 31 years he was at the University of Louisiana -Lafayette. From 1992-2008 he was head of the chemistry department at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. He retired in 2008. 

                He is the author of “Introduction to Chemical Analysis”, McGraw-Hill, 1982, coauthor of “Applications of Chemical Analysis”, McGraw-Hill, 1982, and of entries in the New Encyclopedia Britannica (1993) and the Macmillan Encyclopedia of Chemistry, 1997. He has numerous publications in technical and chemical education journals.  Currently he is a member of the American Chemical Society, the Electrochemical Society, Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society and the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi.
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