A Statistical Manual for Chemists, Second Edition presents simple and fast statistical tools for data analysis of working chemists.
This edition is organized into nine chapters and begins with an overview of the fundamental principles of the statistical techniques used in experimental data analysis. The subsequent chapters deal with the concept of statistical average, experimental design, and analysis of variance. The discussion then shifts to control charts, with particular emphasis on variable charts that are more useful to chemists and chemical engineers. A chapter focuses on the effect of correlated variables and their analysis using various tools. The concluding chapters deal with the theory and aspects of sampling and control of routine analysis.
This edition is of great benefit to working chemists and chemical engineers.