Instrumental Methods for Determining Elements Selection and Applications Larry R. Taylor Richard B. Papp Bruce D. Pollard Instrumental Methods for Determining Elements reviews and compares the most commonly used instrumental methods of elemental analysis, including atomic absorption and emission spectrometry, electrochemistry, potentiometry, chromatography, x–ray fluorescence, and combustion techniques. A brief introduction to the theory of these techniques is presented along with the factors that are important in selecting the proper technique for an application. Advantages and limitations of each instrumental method are detailed enabling the analyst to compare different techniques before choosing the most reliable and cost effective technique for their needs. Because of the wide variety of choices in the available instrumentation to perform various types of analyses, Instrumental Methods for Determining Elements is an essential resource for analytical chemists and chemical engineers who need to decide which method to use or which instrumentation to purchase.
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