A Practical Guide to Instrumental Analysis covers basic methods of instrumental analysis, including electroanalytical techniques, optical techniques, atomic spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, thermoanalytical techniques, separation techniques, and flow analytical techniques. Each chapter provides a brief theoretical introduction followed by basic and special application experiments. This book is ideal for readers who need a knowledge of special techniques in order to use instrumental methods to conduct their own analytical tasks.20.1 .3. Evaluation of Column Efficiency and Selectivity in lon Pair Chromatography Theory Ion pair chromatography is a good example of the use of secondary chemical equilibrium (SCE) to control retention and selectivity in HPLC. The termanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Practical Guide to Instrumental Analysis|
|Author||:||Erno Pungor, G. Horvai|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1994-10-19|