Here is the listing of Best reference books on Analytical Instrumentation.
|1. “Principles of Instrumental Analysis” by Douglas A. Skoog, James Holler, Stanley R. Crounch
Book Review: This is a very good textbook for courses that are based upon the principles and applications of modern analytical instruments. The book contains updated techniques and many case studies suitable for the field of instrumental analysis. The book stresses on the theoretical basis of each instrument type, optimal area of application, sensitivity, precision and limitations. The book also contains chapters on analog and digital electronics, computers, and analytical data treatment.
|2. “Instrumental Methods of Analysis” by Willard H.W Merritt, L.L Dean J A Settie FA
Book Review: The book is divided into four major sections which are transfer and processing of information, spectroscopic methods, separation methods and electrochemical methods. This book is used as a reference textbook at the graduate level courses in the field of instrumental analysis. The book covers many principles and practices that are used for instrumental analysis.
|3. “Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry” by Douglas A Skoog, Donald M, West Holler Thomson
Book Review: This book combines readability with systematic and rigorous approaches. The book also extensively covers principles and practices of quantitative chemistry that is very suitable for chemistry majors. The author of the book has received his degree in analytical chemistry from University of Illinois. The author is also the recipient of American Chemical Society award in analytical chemistry. The author has also received the ACS division of analytical chemistry award for excellence in teaching. The author was also a professor of chemistry at Stanford University.
|4. “Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis” by Galen W. Ewing
Book Review: This is a very good textbook in the field of instrumental analysis. The book provides a very good overview of techniques in the field of instrumental analysis. The book also presents electroanalytical techniques and electrochemical methods. The book contains mass spectral techniques, high performance electrophoresis, high performance gas and liquid chromatography methods. This book is very useful for people who want to specialize in instrumental methods of chemical analysis.
|5. “Analytical Instrumentation Handbook” by Jack Cazes, Jack Cazes|
|6. “Analytical Instrumentation” by Bila G. Liptak, Bela G. Liptak, Liptak|
|7. “Analytical Instrumentation: Performance Characteristics and Quality” by Dr Graham Currell Currell|
|8. “Introduction to Soil Chemistry: Analysis and Instrumentation” by Alfred R. Conklin|
|9. “Analytical Chemistry for Technicians” by Kenkel|
|10. “Functional Thin Films and Nanostructures for Sensors: Synthesis, Physics and Applications (Integrated Analytical Systems)” by by Anis Zribi, Jeffrey Fortin|
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