Chemical Analysis: A Series of Monographs on Analytical Chemistry and Its Applications
The Chemical Analysis Series is a series of monographs on analytical chemistry and its applications. Originally produced by Interscience Publishing under the editorship of Beverly L. Clarke, I.M. Kolthoff, and Hobart H. Willard in 1941, it has a distinguished history. With nearly 200 books, the series captures the development, breadth, and depth of analytical chemistry. Titles such as "Quadrupole Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry" and "Modern Analytical Methods in Art and Archeology" reflect the dual focus on analytical techniques and specific applications of analytical methodologies. Our goal is to provide resources that facilitate the efforts of those engaged in solving analytical problems in academic, industrial, and government laboratories. The series thus includes focused monographs on specific analytical techniques, developments in analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, emerging technologies, and applications of analytical instrumentation and methodologies.