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Analytical Methods: Interpretation, Identification, Quantification

Analytical Methods: Interpretation, Identification, Quantification

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Author:R Gopalan and K S Viswanathan
ISBN 13:9789386235572
Binding:Softcover
Language:English
Year:2018
Subject:Science and Technology

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Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction to analytical chemistry. 2. Analysis and reporting of data. 3. Separation and purification techniques. 4. Principles of volumetric analysis. 5. Principles of gravimetric analysis. 6. Thermoanalytical methods. 7. Electroanalytical methods. 8. Polarimetry. 9. Spectroanalytical techniques: Atomic absorption spectroscopy, flame emission spectrometry. 10. Fluorescence spectroscopy. 11. Infrared spectroscopy. 12. Raman spectroscopy. 13. Absorption spectroscopy (UV–VIS spectroscopy). 14. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. 15. Electron spin resonance spectroscopy. 16. Mass spectrometry. 17. Laser techniques. 18. Mossbauer spectroscopy. 19. X-ray techniques. 20. Isotopic analytical methods. Appendix: List of elements in the increasing atomic numbers. References. Index. The concepts that students learn in classrooms and the experiments they do in the laboratory are hardly ever integrated in the existing teaching methodology. This textbook on Analytical Methods is written with a view to addressing this lacuna. The main topics in analytical chemistry are dealt with-gravimetric analysis, volumetric analysis, separation and purification techniques, data analysis, thermo-analytical methods and various types of spectroscopy. Detailed discussions on new spectro-analytical techniques, polarimetry, laser techniques, Mossbauer spectroscopy and fluorescence spectroscopy are presented. The main objective is to introduce students to existing methods of analysis, new techniques, their instrumentation and mainly their applications, giving them an insight into this challenging and fascinating field. This book will serve as a text for students of M.Sc. chemistry. In addition, it can serve as a convenient reference for B.Sc. chemistry students and for candidates taking the UGC-CSIR NET examination.