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Author Tissue, Brian M

Title Basics of Analytical Chemistry and Chemical Equilibria
Published Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2013

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Description 1 online resource (431 p.)
Series New York Academy of Sciences Ser
New York Academy of Sciences Ser
Contents Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Preface -- Part I: Quantitative Analysis Using Reactions that go to "Completion" -- Chapter 1: Making Measurements -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 GLP and A FEW Other Important Acronyms -- 1.3 Precision and Random Error -- 1.4 Discarding a Suspected Outlier -- 1.5 Calibration -- 1.6 Maintaining Accurate Results -- Practice Exercises -- Chapter 2: Sample Preparation, Extractions, and Chromatography -- 2.1 Sampling and Control Samples -- 2.2 Sample Preparation -- 2.3 Solvents and Solutions -- 2.4 Introduction to Solubility -- 2.5 Extraction
2.6 Stationary Phases -- 2.7 Solid-Phase Extraction (SPE) -- 2.8 Introduction to Chromatography -- 2.9 Immunoassays -- Practice Exercises -- Chapter 3: Classical Methods -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Review of Chemical Reactions -- 3.3 Reactions in Aqueous Solution -- 3.4 Gravimetry -- 3.5 Titration -- 3.6 Titration Curves -- 3.7 Coulometry -- Practice Exercises -- Chapter 4: Molecular Spectroscopy -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Properties Of EM Radiation -- 4.3 Electromagnetic Spectrum -- 4.4 Spectroscopic Transitions -- 4.5 UV/VIS Absorption Spectroscopy -- 4.6 UV/VIS Instrumentation
4.7 Beer-Lambert Law -- 4.8 Molecular Fluorescence -- Practice Exercises -- Part II: Reactions That Do Not Go to "completion." Equilibria in Aqueous Solutions -- Chapter 5: Acid-Base Equilibria and Activity -- 5.1 Acids and Bases -- 5.2 Weak Acids and Weak Bases -- 5.3 Water and -- 5.4 Acid Strength -- 5.5 The Concept of Activity -- 5.6 Acid-Base Equilibrium Calculations -- Practice Exercises -- Chapter 6: Buffer Solutions and Polyprotic Acids -- 6.1 Buffer Solutions -- 6.2 Alpha Fraction Plots -- 6.3 Weak Acid Titration Curve -- 6.4 Polyprotic Acids -- Practice Exercises
Chapter 7: Complexation and Precipitation Equilibria -- 7.1 Complex Terminology -- 7.2 Complex Equilibria -- 7.3 Competing Equilibria -- 7.4 Stepwise Complexation -- 7.5 Precipitate Equilibrium -- 7.6 Molar Solubility -- 7.7 Precipitation and Competing Equilibria -- Practice Exercises -- Part III: Instrumental Methods and Analytical Separations -- Chapter 8: Electroanalytical Chemistry -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Standard Reduction Potentials -- 8.3 Using Half Reactions -- 8.4 Background on Spontaneous Reactions and Equilibrium -- 8.5 Reaction Energies, Voltages, and the Nernst Equation
8.6 Electrochemical Cells -- 8.7 Potentiometry -- 8.8 ION-Selective Electrodes (ISE) -- 8.9 Voltammetry -- Practice Exercises -- Chapter 9: Atomic Spectrometry -- 9.1 Atomization -- 9.2 Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS) -- 9.3 Atomic Emission Spectrometry (AES) -- 9.4 Introduction to Mass Spectrometry (MS) -- 9.5 ICP-MS Measurements -- 9.6 Summary -- Practice Exercises -- Chapter 10: Analytical Separations -- 10.1 Thin-Layer Chromatography -- 10.2 Chromatogram Terminology -- 10.3 Column Selection -- 10.4 High Performance Liquid Chromatography -- 10.5 Gas Chromatography
Notes Description based upon print version of record
10.6 Molecular Mass Spectrometry
Subject Chemical equilibrium -- Textbooks
Analytical chemistry -- Textbooks
Analytical chemistry
Chemical equilibrium
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