Principles and Practice of Analytical Chemistry 4th Edition Free Download

Principles and Practice of Analytical Chemistry 4th Edition

There have been significant advances in both analytical instrumentation and computerised data handling during the five years since the third edition was published in 1990. Windows-based computer software is now widely available for instrument control and real-time data processing and the use of laboratory information and management systems (LIMS) has become commonplace. Whilst most analytical techniques have undergone steady improvements in instrument design, high-performance capillary electrophoresis (HPCE or CE) and two­ dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry (2D-NMR) have developed into major forces in separation science and structural analysis respectively. The powerful and versatile separation technique of CE promises to rival high-performance liquid chromatography, particularly in the separ­ ation of low levels of substances of biological interest. The spectral inform­ ation provided by various modes of 2D-NMR is enabling far more complex molecules to be studied than hitherto.

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