Trace Analysis: A Structured Approach to Obtaining Reliable Results (Hardback)
  • Trace Analysis: A Structured Approach to Obtaining Reliable Results (Hardback)

Trace Analysis: A Structured Approach to Obtaining Reliable Results (Hardback)

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Hardback 420 Pages / Published: 08/05/1996
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Trace Analysis is a highly practical book which deals with the science rather than the paperwork of quality assurance systems. Produced as part of the UK Valid Analytical Measurement (VAM) initiative, it provides the analyst with a systematic approach across the broad spectrum of trace analysis, offering practical advice and guidance on methodology and techniques. The book is structured to take the analyst step-by-step through the stages of any trace analysis. The approach is general, being broken down only into types of analyte. Additional chapters explain the application of groups of techniques to each analyte type. Each section contains references to published material which will allow the analyst to obtain further information on specific topics. Throughout the book, the analyst is reminded of pitfalls which lead to unreliable results. This new book therefore offers invaluable advice to analysts in all areas and at all levels, providing practical 'expert' advice on methodology. It will prove indispensable as a single, comprehensive bench guide for analysts in university, college and industrial laboratories.

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 9780854044177
Number of pages: 420
Weight: 763 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 23 mm

"Any analyst who is in the process of selecting or developing a method for a trace analysis, or who just wants to 'raise their level of understanding' would be well advised to seek out this book." * Journal of the American Chemical Society Vol 119 No 1 1997 *
"Teachers and students concerned with specialist undergraduate and post-graduate courses will find the strong practical bias and helpful tips manna from heaven...anyone who works on trace analysis should keep a copy by the bench and maybe also by the bed." * Chemistry & Industry April 1997 *
"...Very compact...many useful hints and practical advice..." * Chem Anal (Warsaw) 43 1053 (1998) *

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