PRINCIPLES OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY: A TEXTBOOK.
Published 2000 Hardback 371 pages
Principles of Analytical Chemistry is a book that aims to ease the first contact of students pursuing different scientific and technical studies by providing them with a simple, general overview of the discipline. The objective of this textbook is to teach rather than to inform. Using keywords of modern
Analytical Chemistry, it constructs a teaching message accessible to the beginner, with emphasis on relations between these words to ensure consistency in the teaching contents of the book. Practical exercises, 450 questions for students, and 27 interactive seminars are used as vehicles for expounding a large number of examples in order to clarify and consolidate the text and facilitate its comprehension. Each chapter is introduced with a list of learning objectives, a useful way to put the topics in perspective. Those interested in the study of food sciences will find this an invaluable introduction to the analytical processes of chemistry.
Chapter titles: Introduction to Analytical Chemistry Analytical Properties; Trace-ability: Reference Materials; The Measurement Process in Chemistry; Qualitative Aspects of Analytical Chemistry; Quantitative Aspects of Analytical Chemistry; The Analytical Problem; Analytical Chemistry & Quality.
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|Publication:||Food Trade Review|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Dec 1, 2000|
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