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Illustrated Pocket Dictionary of Chromatography

Illustrated Pocket Dictionary of Chromatography

Paul C. Sadek

ISBN: 978-0-471-67882-3

Jul 2004

240 pages

Select type: O-Book

Description

Provides concise definitions, illustrations, formulas, and all of the other information that you need in a laboratory chromatography reference

The Illustrated Pocket Dictionary of Chromatography offers the perfect quick reference to the parameters, systems, and components that support successful chromatographic separations. Concise, practical, and filled with detailed drawings, diagrams, and photographs, this pocket dictionary is designed for easy use in the laboratory. It provides a complete, up-to-date reference on analytical techniques such as gas chromatography, high-performance liquid chromatography, thin layer chromatography, and capillary electrophoresis as well as preparation techniques such as solid phase extraction and microextraction.

The Illustrated Pocket Dictionary of Chromatography features:

  • Explanations of key concepts
  • Equations and formulas
  • Parameters
  • High-quality photographs of instruments, equipment, and components
  • References for further research
  • Explanations of common acronyms
Ideal for the working chemist or technician in pharmaceutical, industrial, forensic, government, or other lab settings, the Illustrated Pocket Dictionary of Chromatography is also appropriate as a supplemental reference for analytical chemistry courses and labs. Students and analysts alike will find this compact yet comprehensive resource a valuable companion to their work in chromatography.
Preface.

Dictionary of Terms.

Acronyms.

References.

"The practical information and advice make this a handy quick reference for researchers using chromatographic methods." (American Reference Books Annual, March 2007)

"…does a fine job of laying a 'foundation of facts' so that students of the discipline can begin to explore this very complex subject…is a remarkable teaching text, it will service the professional scientist equally well…" (Electric Review, July/August 2004)