Treatise on Analytical Chemistry, Part 1 Volume 11: Theory and Practice / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
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Recent volumes in the Treatise on Analytical Chemistry. Part I, Second Edition Theory and Practice Volume 14 1986 795 pp. Volume 8 1986 767 pp. Volume 4 1984 675 pp.
The Treatise on Analytical Chemistry is a complete and definitive source of information for all analytical chemists, designed to stimulate fundamental research in pure and applied analytical chemistry. Coverage includes aspects of classical and modern analytical chemistry and the scientific and instrumental fundamentals of analytical methods.
Praise for the Second Edition of the Treatise on Analytical Chemistry
"For two decades the Kolthoff and Elving Treatise has been the outstanding comprehensive work on analytical chemistry to which one could always turn, confident that the writer of a given section had gotten it all together and gotten it right. The long-awaited Second Edition is now appearing and it is a pleasure to be able to report that the high standards characteristic of the first edition are maintained in the second."—Analytical Chemistry
"The outstanding comprehensive work on analytical chemistry."—Analytical Chemistry
About the Author
Izaak Maurits Kolthoff was a highly influential analytical chemist and chemical educator. He is widely considered the father of analytical chemistry for his large volume of published research. James D. Winefordner is the editor of Treatise on Analytical Chemistry, Part 1 Volume 11: Theory and Practice, 2nd Edition, published by Wiley.
Table of Contents
Mass Spectrometry of Organic and Biological Compounds (G.Eadon).
Recent Developments in Experimental Fourier Transform-Ion CyclotronResonance (C. Hanson, et al.).
Spark Source Mass Spectrometry (W. Harrison & D.Donohue).
Plasma Chromatography (R. Keller).
Low-Energy Ion-Scattering Spectrometry (A. Miller).
Subject Index for Volume II.