Spectroscopy in Process Analysis. Sheffield Analytical Chemistry Series

  • ID: 2179048
  • Book
  • 396 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This volume concentrates on the attributes, requirements and applications of spectroscopic techniques in process analysis, considering off–line and at– / near–line methodology, in addition to on–line, in–line and non–invasive approaches.

At a time when cost– and time–effective process spectroscopy is becoming an issue of increasing importance within the chemical industry, this volume provides a valuable source of up–to–date information on technological advances in the area. It complements more general works on process analytical chemistry.
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Introduction; UV–visible, fluorescence and chemiluminescence spectroscopies in chemical process analysis; Near–infrared spectroscopy in chemical process analysis; Mid–infrared spectroscopy in chemical process analysis; Raman spectroscopy in chemical process analysis; Atomic spectroscopy in chemical process analysis; Mass spectrometry in chemical process analysis; Magnetic resonance techniques in chemical process analysis; Sampling and engineering considerations; Chemometrics and data treatment; References; Index.
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"This book should be an essential reference in the toolbox of the process analytical chemist" – Spectroscopy

".A well documented and well written review" – Trends in Analytical Chemistry
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