This volume dictionary brings together accurate chemical, structural and bibliographic data on the most commonly used reagents in the various branches of analytical chemistry. Covering both organic and inorganic compounds, the Dictionary of Analytical Reagents contains over 5, 000 reagents significant in analytical chemistry, grouped into 5, 000 entries. All the reagents included in the dictionary have been synthesized, characterized by or are of proven use to analytical chemists.... by using chromogenic complexing agents which form significantly weaker complexes with the metal ion than does EDTA. ... electrochemical potential, governed by the standard redox potentials of the reactants and the reaction conditions.
|Title||:||Dictionary of Analytical Reagents|
|Author||:||A. Townshend, D.T. Burns, Ryszard Lobinski, E.J. Newman, G Guilbault, Z. Marczenko, H. Onishi|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1993-06-17|