The Chemist's Ready Reference HandbookUnknown - 1990
The busy professional will welcome this collection of data, procedures, precautions, & troubleshooting hints for all important areas in the chemist's day-to-day work. This timely handbook differs from all others in the field by treating theory in the briefest of terms as needed background. Instead it covers the real-world questions & problems faced in the chemical laboratory. Profusely illustrated throughout, the handbook: describes a wide range of laboratory instruments & their use; details a variety of analytical procedures; highlights precautions & safety procedures; & provides practical checklists & trouble-shooting hints. Relevant material was derived from Shugar's Chemical Technicians' Ready Reference Handbook, Second Edition. A major portion is entirely new, however, & includes sections on chromatography, spectrophotometry, spectroscopy, electroanalytical methods, thermal methods, determination of physical properties, preliminary operation of analysis, volumetric analysis, & much, much more.
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, c1990
Branch Call Number: 543/SHU
Characteristics: 1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 24 cm