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Analytical Chemistry Published: 2012
Series items: Brief introduction of textbooks for colleges and universities. Textbooks for Colleges and Universities: Analytical Chemistry. The main content is quantitative analysis, which is divided into ten chapters. The specific concepts include: the general concepts of analytical chemistry, especially quantitative analysis; the errors and data processing methods in analytical chemistry and an introduction to cheminformatics; the principles and applications of various titration analysis methods and gravimetric methods; the basic principles and applications of absorbance methods ; Separation methods commonly used in analytical chemistry and methods of collection, preparation and decomposition of analytical samples. This book strengthens the basic theory of analytical chemistry, enriches the application of analytical chemistry, and introduces the new technology and new achievements of current analytical chemistry. This book can be used as a textbook for undergraduate analytical chemistry courses of chemistry majors in comprehensive universities and normal colleges. It can also be used as a reference book for candidates who take the entrance exam for graduate students in chemistry and related majors. It can also be used by various scientific research and production units to engage in analytical chemistry. Research or related staff for reference.
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Tasks and Roles of Analytical Chemistry
1.2 Classification of analysis methods
1.3 Brief History and Trend of Analytical Chemistry Development Chapter 2. Introduction to Quantitative Analysis
2.1 Overview
2.2 Overview of Titration Analysis Thinking Exercises Chapter 3 Errors and Data Processing in Analytical Chemistry
3.1 Errors in Analytical Chemistry
3.2 Significant numbers and their operation rules
3.3 Statistical processing of a small amount of experimental data
3.4 Significance test
3.5 Suspicious value tradeoffs
3.6 regression analysis
3.7 Methods to improve the accuracy of analysis results
3.8 Introduction to Cheminformatics Thinking Exercises Chapter 4 Acid-Base Titration
4.1 Overview
4.2 Activity, activity coefficient and equilibrium constant
4.3 acid-base proton theory
4.4 Distribution of all types in weak acid (alkali) solution
4.5 pH calculation of acid-base solution
4.6 Acid-base buffer solution
4.7 Acid-base indicator
4.8 Basic principles of acid-base titration
4.9 Endpoint error
4.1 0 Application of Acid-Base Titration Thinking Exercises Chapter 5 Complexometric Titration
5.1 Complexes commonly used in analytical chemistry
5.2 Equilibrium constants and distribution fractions of complexes
5.3 Side reaction coefficients and conditional stability constants
5.4 Metal ion indicator
5.5 Basic principles of complexometric titration,
5.6 Selective titration of mixed metal ions
5.7 Complexometric titration method and its application
6.1 Overview
6.2 Redox balance
6.3 Rate of Redox Reaction
6.4 Principle of redox titration
6.5 Endpoint error of redox titration
6.6 Pre-oxidation or reduction by redox titration
6.7 Application of Redox Titration
6.8 Calculation of Redox Titration Results
7.1 Overview of Gravimetric Methods
7.2 Dissolution of precipitation and its influencing factors
7.3 Types of precipitation and formation process
7.4 Fouling by precipitation
7.5 Selection of precipitation conditions
7.6 Organic Precipitants
7.7 Calculation of gravimetric analysis results
7.8 Precipitation titration
7.9 Application of Precipitation in the Preparation of Nanomaterials
8.1 Properties of light and selective absorption of light by matter
8.2 Basic laws of light absorption
8.3 Color reaction and its influencing factors
8.4 Absorbance measurement error and selection of measurement conditions
8.5 Other Absorptiometry
8.6 Application of Absorptiometry
8.7 Application of Nanomaterials in Absorptiometry Introduction Thinking Questions Exercises Chapter 9 Separation Methods and Enrichment Techniques in Analytical Chemistry
9.1 Overview
9.2 Precipitation separation and solvent extraction separation
9.3 Cloud Point Extraction
9.4 Microwave extraction and separation
9.5 Ion exchange separation
9.6 Chromatographic Separation
9.7 Air Flotation Separation
9.8 Solid-phase extraction and solid-phase microextraction separation methods
9.9 Supercritical fluid extraction and separation
9.10 Liquid Membrane Extraction and Separation
9.11 Capillary Electrophoresis and Flow Injection-Capillary Electrophoresis Separation
9.12 Magnetic Separation Thinking ExercisesChapter 10 Complex Matter Analysis
10.1 Collection and preparation of test specimens
10.2 Decomposition of the specimen
10.3 Sample Analysis Example Thinking Questions Exercises Main References Appendix Table 1 Dissociation Constants of Weak Acids and Conjugated Bases in Water
Table 2 Stability constants of aminocarboxyl ligand complexes (18 ~ 25 ℃, I = 0.1 mol·L)
Table 3 Stability constants of complexes (18 ~ 25 ℃)
Table 4 1gα (H) of EDTA
Table 5 Acid effect coefficients of some ligands Table 6 1gαm (OH) of metal ions
Table 7 1gK'MY of EDTA complex after correcting acid effect, hydrolysis effect, and acid or basic complex effect
Table 8 1gαIn (H) and related constants of chrome black T and xylenol orange Table 9 Standard electrode potential (18 ~ 25 ℃)
Table 10 Conditional potential of certain redox couples Table 11 Solubility product of slightly soluble compounds (18 ~ 250C, I = O)
Table 12 Relative atomic mass of elements (2009)
Table 13 Molar masses of common compounds

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