Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry, 9/e (Asia Edition)(Paperback)【內含Access Code,經刮除不受退】
Douglas A. Skoog , Donald M. West , F. James Holler , Stanley R. Crouch
●Spreadsheet exercises and problems are integrated into the examples and end-of-chapter material in appropriate chapters to enhance student learning.
●The accompanying spreadsheet supplement, EXCEL® APPLICATIONS FOR ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, 2e, helps students learn spreadsheets in the context of analytical applications.
●Thought-provoking and research-oriented "Challenge" problems at the end of each chapter based on data from the literature, current topics of interest, and information accessible on the Internet engage students with today's hot topics.
●The art program features Microsoft® Excel® screenshots, techniques, procedures, and applications with descriptive captions that visually reinforce student understanding.
●Exclusive photographs taken by renowned chemistry photographer Charlie Winters make it easier for students to understand key principles and processes. Each chapter begins with an application-type photograph and an accompanying relevant and interesting story.
●Feature boxes throughout the text cover a wide range of topics, including descriptions of Breath Alcohol Analyzers, Lap-on-a-Chip Technology, Modified Electrodes, Enzymatic Determination of Urea, GC/MS, C/MS, LC/MS/MS, and Capillary Electrophoresis in DNA Sequencing.
●Molecular models, used liberally in most chapters, stimulate interest in the beauty of molecular structures and reinforce structural concepts and descriptive chemistry presented in general chemistry and upper-level courses.
●A wide spectrum of applications, including developments in biology, medicine, and environmental science, illustrates the exciting nature of the field and enhances the relevancy of the material
Important Equations. Equations that we feel are the most important have been highlighted with a color screen for emphasis and ease of review.
Mathematical Level. Generally the principles of chemical analysis developed here are based on college algebra. A few of the concepts presented require basic differential and integral calculus.
Worked Examples. A large number of worked examples serve as aids in understanding the concepts of analytical chemistry. In this edition, we title the examples for easier identification. As in the eighth edition, we follow the practice of including units in chemical calculations and using the factor-label method to check correct ness. The examples also are models for the solution of problems found at the end of most of the chapters. Many of these use spreadsheet calculations as described next. Where appropriate, solutions to the worked examples are clearly marked with the Word Solution for ease in identification.
Spreadsheet Calculations. Throughout the book we have introduced spreadsheets for problem solving, graphical analysis, and many other applications. Microsoft Excel on the PC has been adopted as the standard for these calculations, but the instructions can be easily adapted to other spreadsheet programs and platforms. Many other detailed examples are presented in our companion book. Applications of Microsoft Excel in Analytical Chemistry, 2nd ed. We have attempted to document each stand-alone spreadsheet with working formulas and entries.
Spreadsheet Summaries. References to our companion book Applications of Microsoft Excel in Analytical Chemistry, 2nd ed., are given as Spreadsheet Summaries in the text. These are intended to direct the user to examples, tutorials, and elaborations of the text topics.
Questions and Problems. An extensive set of questions and problems is included at the end of most chapters. Answers to approximately half of the problems are given at the end of the book. Many of the problems are best solved using spreadsheets. These are identified by a spreadsheet icon placed in the margin next to the problem.
1. The Nature of Analytical Chemistry
PART I: TOOLS OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
2. Chemicals, Apparatus, and Unit Operations of Analytical Chemistry
3. Using Spreadsheets in Analytical Chemistry
4. Calculations Used in Analytical Chemistry
5. Errors in Chemical Analyses
6. Random Errors in Chemical Analysis
7. Statistical Data Treatment and Evaluation
8. Sampling, Standardization, and Calibration
PART II: CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIA
9. Aqueous Solutions and Chemical Equilibria
10. Effect of Electrolytes on Chemical Equilibria
11. Solving Equilibrium Problems for Complex Systems
PART III: CLASSICAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS
12. Gravimetric Methods of Analysis
13. Titrations in Analytical Chemistry
14. Principles of Neutralization Titrations
15. Complex Acid/Bases Systems
16. Applications of Neutralization Titrations
17. Complexation and Precipitation Reactions and Titrations
PART IV: ELECTROCHEMICAL METHODS
18. Introduction to Electrochemistry
19. Applications of Standard Electrode Potentials
20. Applications of Oxidation/Reduction Titrations
22. Bulk Electrolysis: Electrogravimetry and Coulometry
PART V: SPECTROCHEMICAL METHODS
24. Introduction to Spectrochemical Methods
25. Instruments for Optical Spectrometry
26. Molecular Absorption Spectrometry
27. Molecular Fluorescence Spectroscopy
28. Atomic Spectroscopy
29. Mass Spectrometry
PART VI: KINETICS AND SEPARATIONS
30. Kinetic Methods of Analysis
31. Introduction to Analytical Separations
32. Gas Chromatography
33. High-Performance Liquid Chromatography
34. Miscellaneous Separation Methods
PART VII: PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
35. The Analysis of Real Samples
36. Preparing Samples for Analysis
37. Decomposing and Dissolving the Sample
38. Selected Methods of Analysis