The material covers both fundamental and practical aspects of chemical analysis.There are 7 major Parts to the text that follow the brief introduction in Chapter 1.
part i covers the tools of analytical chemistry and comprises seven chapters. Chapter 2 discusses the chemicals and equipment used in analytical laboratories. Chapter 3 is a tutorial introduction to the use of spreadsheets in analytical chemistry. Chapter 4 reviews the basic calculations of analytical chemistry. Chapters 5, 6, and 7 present topics in statistics and data analysis that are important in analytical chemistry. Chapter 8 provides details about acquiring samples, standardization, and calibration.
part ii covers the principles and application of chemical equilibrium systems in quantitative analysis. Chapter 9 explores the fundamentals of chemical equilibria. Chapter 10 discusses the effect of electrolytes on equilibrium systems. The systematic approach for attacking equilibrium problems in complex systems is the subject of Chapter 11.
part iii brings together several chapters dealing with classical gravimetric and volumetric analytical chemistry. Gravimetric analysis is described in Chapter 12. In Chapters 13 through 17 includes acid/base titrations, precipitation titrations, and complexometric titrations.
part iV is devoted to electrochemical methods. Chapter 18,19 describes the many uses of electrode potentials. Chapter 20, Chapter 21 presents the use of potentiometric methods to measure concentrations of molecular and ionic species. Chapter 22 considers the bulk electrolytic methods of electrogravimetry and coulometry, and Chapter 23 discusses voltammetric methods.
part V presents spectroscopic methods of analysis. The nature of light and its interaction in Chapter 24. Spectroscopic instruments and their components are the topics covered in Chapter 25. The various applications of molecular absorption spectrometric methods are in Chapter 26. Chapter 27 is concerned with molecular fluorescence spectroscopy. Chapter 28 covers atomic spectrometric methods. Chapter 29 on mass spectrometry provides an introduction to ionization sources, mass analyzers, and ion detectors.
part Vi includes kinetic methods of analysis in Chapter 30. Chapter 31 introduces analytical separations including ion exchange and the various chromato graphic methods. Chapter 32 discusses gas chromatography, while high-perfor- mance liquid chromatography is covered in Chapter 33. The final chapter in this Part, Chapter 34, introduces some miscellaneous separation methods.
01. THE NATURE OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
02. CHEMICALS, APPARATUS & UNIT OPERATIONS
03. USING SPREADSHEETS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
04. CALCULATIONS USED IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
05. ERRORS IN CHEMICAL ANALYSES
06. RANDOM ERRORS IN CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
07. STATISTICAL DATA TREATMENT AND EVALUATION
08. SAMPLING,STANDARDIZATION,AND CALIBRATION
09. AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS AND CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIA
10. EFFECT OF ELECTROLYTES ON CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIA
11. SOLVING EQUILIBRIUM PROBLEMS FOR COMPLEX SYSTEMS
12. GRAVIMETRIC METHODS OF ANALYSIS
13. TITRATIONS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
14. PRINCIPLES OF NEUTRALIZATION TITRATIONS
15. COMPLEX ACID/BASE SYSTEMS
16. APPLICATIONS OF NEUTRALIZATION TITRATIONS
17. COMPLEXATION AND PRECIPITATION REACTIONS AND TITRATIONS
18. INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROCHEMISTRY01. APPLICATIONS OF STANDARD ELECTRODE POTENTIALS
19. APPLICATIONS OF OXIDATION/REDUCTION TITRATIONS
21. BULK ELECTROLYSIS: ELECTROGRAVIMETRY & COULOMETRY
23. INTRODUCTION TO SPECTROCHEMICAL METHODS
24. INSTRUMENTS FOR OPTICAL SPECTROMETRY
25. MOLECULAR ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY
26. MOLECULAR FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY
27. ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY
28. MASS SPECTROMETRY
29. KINETIC METHODS OF ANALYSIS
30. INTRODUCTION TO ANALYTICAL SEPARATIONS
31. GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY
32. HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
33. MISCELLANEOUS SEPARATION METHODS
34. ANSWERS TO SELECTED QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS