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Chemical Analysis, Modern Instrumentation Methods and Techniques by Francis Rouessac and Annick Rouessac

Chemical Analysis, Modern Instrumentation Methods and Techniques by Francis Rouessac and Annick Rouessac

Chemical Analysis by Francis Rouessac and Annick Rouessac

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Chemical Analysis, Modern Instrumentation Methods and Techniques by Francis Rouessac and Annick Rouessac

 Authors:
Francis Rouessac 
Annick Rouessac

 

 

Table of Contents 

Foreword to the first English edition xiii

Preface to the first English edition xv

Preface to second edition xvii

Acknowledgments xix

Introduction xxi

PART 1 SEPARATION METHODS

1 General aspect of chromatography

1.1 General concepts of analytical chromatography

1.2 The chromatogram

1.3 Gaussian-shaped elution peaks

1.4 The plate theory

1.5 Nernst partition coefficient (K)

1.6 Column efficiency

1.7 Retention parameters

1.8 Separation (or selectivity) factor between two solutes

1.9 Resolution factor between two peaks

1.10 The rate theory of chromatography

1.11 Optimization of a chromatographic analysis

1.12 Classification of chromatographic techniques

Problems

2 Gas chromatography

2.1 Components of a GC installation

2.2 Carrier gas and flow regulation

2.3 Sample introduction and the injection chamber

2.4 Thermostatically controlled oven

2.5 Columns

2.6 Stationary phases

2.7 Principal gas chromatographic detectors

2.8 Detectors providing structural data

2.9 Fast chromatography

2.10 Multi-dimensional chromatography

2.11 Retention indexes and stationary phase constants

Problems

Chemical Analysis by Francis Rouessac

3 High-performance liquid chromatography

4 Ion chromatography

5 Thin-layer chromatography

6 Supercritical fluid chromatography

7 Size exclusion chromatography

8 Capillary electrophoresis and electrochromatography

PART 2 SPECTROSCOPIC METHODS

9 Ultraviolet and visible absorption spectroscopy

10 Infrared spectroscopy

11 Fluorimetry and chemiluminescence

12 X-ray fluorescence spectrometry

13 Atomic absorption and flame emission spectroscopy

14 Atomic emission spectroscopy

15 Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

PART 3 OTHER METHODS

16 Mass spectrometry

17 Labelling methods

18 Elemental analysis

19 Potentiometric methods

20 Voltammetric and coulometric methods

21 Sample preparation

22 Basic statistical parameters

Solutions

Appendix – List of acronyms

Bibliography

Table of some useful constants

Index

Chemical Analysis by Francis Rouessac

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