Principles of analytical chemistry : a textbook / Miguel Valcarcel.Material type: TextPublication details: New Dehli : Springer, c2000.Description: xv, 367 p. col. ill. ; 24 cmISBN:
- 543 21 V141
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
foreword by prof. gary christian.- introduction to analytical chemistry:analytical chemistry today.- analytical chemical information.- analytical chemical references.- essential features of analytical chemistry: basic elements; fundamentals; key words; developments; placement; boundaries.- evolution of analytical chemistry.- conceptual and technical hierarchies.- classifications.- questions; seminars; suggested readings.analytical properties:introduction.- the chemical metrological hierarchy: uncertainty and trueness.- errors in analytical chemistry.- capital analytical properties: accuracy; representativeness.- basic analytical properties:precision; sensivity; selectivity.- accessory analytical properties: expeditiousness; cost-effectiveness; personnel-related factors.- relationships among analytical properties: hierarchical relationships; foundation relationships; contradictory relationships; complementary relationships.- other analytical properties.- questions; seminars: numerical problems; suggested readings.traceability: reference materials:introduction.- the integral concept of traceability.- physical and chemical traceability.- types of standards and their traceability.- analytical chemical standards: types; general properties; preparation and storage; uses.- specific meanings of traceability: traceability of analytical result; traceability of a sample (aliquot); traceability of an instrument; traceability of a sample standard; traceability of a method; relationships among traceability meanings.- questions; seminars; suggested readings.the measurement process in chemistry: definition of chemical measurement process.- general steps of a chemical measurement process.- preliminary operations: general features; sub-steps; sample collection; sample treatment.- measurement and transducing of the analytical signal.- signal acquisition and data processing.- validation of a chemical measurement process.- salient current trends.-annexes i - vi.- questions; seminars; suggested readings.qualitative aspects of analytical chemistry:introduction.- the binary response: types of binary response; quantitative connotations; analytical features; errors:false positives and false negatives.- types of qualitative identification.- standards and calibration in qualitative analysis.- classical qualitative analysis: general notions; types of reagents; analytical schemes; instrumental qualitative analysis: general notions; static systems; dynamic systems.- questions; seminars; suggested readings.quantitative aspects of analytical chemistry:fundamentals: introduction; analytical properties; equipment and method calibration; classical and instrumental quantitative analysis; quantitation methodologies; expressing quantitative results.- calculable quantitation methods: absolute methods involving no analytical standard; absolute methods involving analytical standards.- relative quantitation methods: interpolation and extrapolation methods; comparative methods.- questions; seminars; suggested readings.the analytical problem:introduction.- meanings of "problem" in analytical chemistry.- integral definition of analytical problem.- elements of the analytical problem.- steps of the analytical problem-solving process: identifying and confirming the information required; pinpointing the analytical information required; planning the analytical approach; monitoring the results; implementing corrective actions.- consistency between required information and supplied information.- the analytical problem in the context of quality.- questions; seminars; suggested readings.analytical chemistry and quality:introduction.- a generic approach to quality: integral definition of quality; types of quality; quality compromises; structure of quality; benefits of quality.- general aspects of quality in analytical chemistry: types of quality in analytical chemistry; quality and analytical properties; quality and the analytical problem.- quality systems in the analytical laboratory: elements of quality assurance; iso guide 25 (en-4500); good laboratory practices; specific quality systems used in analytical chemistry.- analytical quality control.- assessment of analytical quality: types of assessment activities; laboratory accreditation; proficiency testing.- supports of analytical quality assurance.- costs and benefits of analytical quality systems.- questions; seminars; suggested readings; subject index.