Instrumental Analysis by Hank M. YochumInstrumental Analysis by Hank M. Yochum

Instrumental Analysis

byHank M. Yochum, Jill N. GrangerEditorRobert M. Granger

Hardcover | July 15, 2016

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At its core, Instrumental Analysis covers the underlying theory, instrumental design, applications, and operation of spectroscopic, electroanalytical, chromatographic, and mass spectral instrumentation. It provides students with the requisite skills to identify the comparative advantages anddisadvantages in choosing one analytical technique over another by combining direct comparisons of the techniques with a discussion of how these choices affect the interpretation of the data in its final form. The text is organized into sections that include Spectroscopy and Spectrometry, SeparationScience, and Electroanalytical Chemistry. Comprehensive and engaging, Instrumental Analysis provides the most modern coverage of chemical instrumentation.
Robert M. Granger, II (Ph.D. Purdue University) is Professor of Chemistry and chair of the department at Sweet Briar College where he teaches instrumental analysis and advanced inorganic courses. While at Purdue he designed instrumentation for the study of excited state electron transfer kinetics. His current research involves the desi...
Title:Instrumental AnalysisFormat:HardcoverDimensions:880 pages, 0.12 × 0.12 × 0.12 inPublished:July 15, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199942315

ISBN - 13:9780199942312

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"I like this book's simplicity and the way it addresses its audience of predominantly undergraduate students. The approach is simple, with a depth of coverage that is appropriate for undergraduates. Instructors should have no need for supplementary materials, and the key concepts werepresented seamlessly with related topics for a typical one-semester undergraduate instrumental analysis course. The chapters provide concise and relevant introductions to key topics." --Dan Sykes, Pennsylvania State University