Best Reference Books – Recent Advances in Analytical Chemistry

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Recent Advances In Analytical Chemistry subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Recent Advances In Analytical Chemistry along with reviews.

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1. “Principles of Analytical Chemistry” by F W Fifield and D Kealey

“Principles of Analytical Chemistry” Book Review: The book starts with basic concepts in a beginner-friendly way. The topics like the nature and origin of error, PH complexation and solubility equilibria, separation technique, chromatography, titrimetry and gravimetry are undoubtedly explained. Each topic is depicted clearly with Example programs. Advanced topics like electrochemical technique, Atomic spectrometry, molecular spectrometry, and thermal technique are explained very well. Real-time applications are provided for the concepts. This book is a good reference for chemistry students and engineering students.

2. “Principles of Instrumental Analysis” by Holler and Crouch

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“Principles of Instrumental Analysis” Book Review: The topics like Electrical Components and Circuits, Operational Amplifiers in Chemical Instrumentation, Digital Electronics and Microcomputers, Signals and Noise, Atomic Absorption and Atomic Fluorescence Spectrometry, Atomic Emission Spectrometry are taken up in detail. This book has practical ideas & Applications of the concepts we learn. Advanced topics like Atomic Mass Spectrometry, Atomic X-Ray Spectrometry, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Molecular Mass Spectrometry, and Particle Size Analysis are explained undoubtedly. The book is filled with examples and exercises to induce high-level thinking. This book is suitable for chemistry students and engineering students.

3. “Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry” by D A Skoog
4. “Analytical Chemistry” by Gary D Christian
5. “Analytical Chemistry” by Sharma B K
6. “Analytical chemistry” by Gurdeep R Chatwal and Madhu Arora
7. “Analytical Chemistry” by Alka L Gupta
8. “Analytical Chemistry: Theory and Practice” by R M Verma

“Analytical Chemistry: Theory and Practice” Book Review: This book starts with basic concepts like fundamental theoretical principles, qualitative inorganic analysis, and classical methods of quantitative analysis. This book has several examples to understand the concept better. Advanced topics like separative techniques, physicochemical, instrumental methods of quantitative analysis and elementary organic analysis are explained in Clear cut manner. This book has a problem to test our knowledge of the concepts. This book is suitable for engineering students.

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9. “Analytical Chemistry: Problems and Solutions” by S M Khopkar
10. “Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry” by F James Holler and Stanley R Crouch

“Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry” Book Review: The book explains the nature of analytical chemistry, error in chemical analysis, chemical equilibria, application of oxidation/reduction, potentiometry and spectrochemical analysis. This book is filled with diagrammatic illustrations. Advanced topics like molecular absorption spectrometry, classical method of analysis, electrochemical method, kinetic and separation and gas chromatography are explained very well. This book has practical ideas & Applications of the concepts we learn. This book is suitable for graduate students.

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