Table of contents for Chemical instrumentation : a systematic approach / Howard A. Strobel, William R. Heineman.


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Measurement and Instrumentation.
BASIC ELECTRONICS.
Aspects of Electricity and Electronics.
Analog Electrical and Electronic Modules.
Operational Amplifiers Circuits.
Digital Electronic Modules.
Microcomputers in Instruments.
BASIC OPTICS.
Aspects of Physical and Geometrical Objects.
Spectrometric Modules: Sources and Detectors.
Monochromators and Polychromators.
BASIC QUANTIFICATION.
Statistical Control of Measurement Quality.
Quantifying Measurements and Extracting Information.
Signal-to-Noise Enhancement.
OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPIC METHODS.
Atomic Emission Spectrometry.
Atomic Absorption, Atomic Fluorescence, and Flame Emission Spectrometry.
Molecular Luminescence Spectrometry.
Absorption Spectrometry: Spectrophotometry.
Instrumentation for Absorption Spectrometers.
Raman Spectrometry.
Light Scattering and Refractometry: Chiroptical Methods.
ENERGETIC PARTICLE AND X-RAY METHODS.
Mass Spectrometry.
X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry.
Surface Spectrometric Techniques.
Methods using Radioisotopes.
 CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHODS.
General Principles of Chromatography.
Gas Chromatography.
Liquid Chromatography.
ELECTROANALYTICAL METHODS.
Introduction to Electroanalytical Chemistry.
Potentiometric Methods.
Voltammetry: Basic Concepts and Hydrodynamic Techniques.
Voltammetry: Stationary Solution Techniques.
Coulometric Techniques.
Conductometric Techniques.
Appendix A: General Chapter Bibliographies.
Appendix B: Number Systems.
Appendix C: Application of Thevenin Theorem to Wheatstone Bridge.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Instrumental analysis