familiarize students with the recent optical spectroscopic and surface analysis
techniques in modern Analytical Chemistry. Topics covered includes: Atomic
Spectroscopy, Molecular Spectroscopy, Optical Sensors, Laser Based Techniques,
Surface Characterization by Spectroscopy and Microscopy.
This note covers
the following topics: Propagation of Error, Introduction to Spectrometric
Methods, Photometric Methods and Spectroscopic Instrumentation, Radiation
Transducers, Monochromators for Atomic Spectroscopy, Photometric Issues in
Atomic Spectroscopy, Practical aspects of atomic spectroscopy, Atomic Emission
Spectroscopy, Ultraviolet-Visible and Near Infrared Absorption, UV-Visible
Spectroscopy of Molecules, Infrared Spectrometry, Raman Spectroscopy and
text-book is intended for use in scientific schools and colleges, in connection
with courses in analytical chemistry, and aims to give a logical treatment of
the calculations required of an analyst. Topics covered includes: Calculation of
Chemical Equivalents and Atomic Weights, Calculation of Formulae and Percentage,
Calculations of Mixtures Having a Common Constituent, Calculations From
Equations, Calculations Of Volumetric Analysis, Calculations Of Density Of
Solids and Liquids, Calculations Of Gases.
Gathered here are links
to the complete eText Analytical Chemistry 2.0, as well as links to the
individual chapters.This introductory
course note in analytical chemistry is the ideal place in the undergraduate
chemistry curriculum for exploring topics such as experimental design, sampling, calibration strategies,
standardization, optimization, statistics, and the validation of experimental results.
book covers the following topics: Analytical techniques, Principles of
spectroscopy, Principles of spectroscopic transitions, Infrared spectroscopy,
Mass spectrometry, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
note covers the following topics: Diffraction Methods, Electrochemistry,
Gravimetric Analysis, Imaging Techniques, Mass Spectrometry, Materials And
Surface Analysis, Optics, Sensors, Separations, Spectroscopy.
The major objective of this
lecture note is to provide a rigorous background in analytical chemistry. The
secondary goal is to develop in you the student an appreciation of the difficult
task of judging the accuracy and precision of experimental data and to show how
these judgments can be sharpened by the application of statistical methods.
Major topics covered are: Basic Tools and Operations of Analytical Chemistry,
Data Handling and Statistics, Good Laboratory Practices, Stoichiometric
Calculations, General Concepts of Equilibrium, Acid-Base Equilibria and
Titrations, Complex Formation Titrations, Gravimetric Analysis,
Electrochemistry, Potentiometric Electrodes and Titrations, Redox Titrimetry and
Potentiometry, Analytical Voltammetry.