Physical Methods in Modern Chemical Analysis, Volume 1 presents the fundamental principles, the instrumentation or necessary equipment, and applications of selected physical methodologies in chemical analysis. This volume contains chapters on gas chromatography; principles and instrumentation of mass spectrometry; fluorescence and atomic absorption spectroscopy; applications, scope, and structural problems of mass spectrometry; and flame and plasma emission methods of analysis. Chemists, researchers, and students of chemistry will find the book an excellent reference material.Varian Instruments, Palo Alto, California. ... In aPractical Manual of Gas Chromatographyaquot; (J. Trauchant, ed.), pp. ... 13, 525a532. Yonovskii, M. I., and Berman, A. D. (1972). J. Chromatogr. 69, 3~15. Zlatkis, A., and Pretorius, P. (eds) (1971).
|Title||:||Physical Methods in Modern Chemical Analysis|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2012-12-02|