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Ion Chromatography

Ion Chromatography

by James S. Fritz
This separation method is increasingly finding applications in environmental, food, pharmaceutical and clinical analysis.


This separation method is increasingly finding applications in environmental, food, pharmaceutical and clinical analysis.

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"Overall, this is a good book for those interested in the separation of small inorganic and organic ions. It takes the reader from beginner to intermediate level in terms of the understanding and practice of ion chromatography. It is an easy to read book and for those wishing to build up their knowledge of the topic quickly, it is strongly recommended." (Chromatographia, August 2010)

"This new edition is a substantial expansion and update of the previous edition, and is strongly recommended for scientists seeking a broad overview of IC. I am sure that this fourth edition will continue the success of its predecessors."  (Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry,  Jan - June 2010)

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Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
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Revised & Enlarged
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7.01(w) x 9.69(h) x 0.72(d)

Meet the Author

After having obtained his Ph.D. in 1948 by the University of Illinois, Professor James S. Fritz became Senior Chemist and Professor of Chemistry at Iowa State University in 1960. He was named Distinguished Professor in Liberal Arts and Sciences in 1990. Besides Ion Chromatography his research interests are titrations, solid-phase extractions, capillary electrophoresis and analytical complexing reagents. He has authored or coauthored several scientific books, including Fritz and Gjerde's "Ion Chromatography", now in its 4th printing. In addition, he has published more than 325 scientific publications.

Douglas T. Gjerde received his PhD in analytical chemistry from Iowa State University. After having worked in large and small companies for a number of years, Gjerde founded Sarasep, Inc. in 1990 for the commercialization of polymeric separation technologies and co-founded Transgenomic, Inc. in 1997 for the commercialization of nucleic acid separation technology. He is now working on his third start-up company, PhyNexus, Inc. PhyNexus produces miniaturized sample preparation tools for the biological research market. Gjerde has authored and coauthored numerous articles, book chapters and 5 books and holds over fifty patents in separation science.

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