More Modern Chemical Techniques by Ralph Levenson
  

More Modern Chemical Techniques

Written by Ralph Levenson
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More Modern Chemical Techniques by Ralph Levenson

Analytical techniques are powerful tools in a chemist's armoury. Spectroscopic data and chemical information are used routinely in laboratories to follow a chemical reaction or elucidate a chemical structure. However, the sophistication of the analytical techniques used changes rapidly, hence the routinely used method of today can all too readily be superseded by the new technology of tomorrow. More Modern Chemical Techniques identifies some applications of the important chemical techniques in use today that are less well known in schools and colleges and which illustrate how chemistry is using state-of-the-art technology to push back the frontiers of the subject. Examples include: elemental analysis such as atomic absorption spectrometry and inductively coupled plasma techniques; separations including electrophoresis, structure determination (eg x-ray diffraction and optical microscopy); and sampling and sample preparation.

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Format

Paperback
193 pages

Author

Ralph Levenson
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Publisher

Royal Society of Chemistry

Publication date

1st December 2002

ISBN

9780854049295


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