A Text-book of Quantitative Chemical Analysis by Gravimetric, Electrolytic, Volumetric and Gastrometric Methods
A Text-book of Quantitative Chemical Analysis by Gravimetric, Electrolytic, Volumetric and Gasometric Methods
Designed for a sophomore/junior course in analytical chemistry or quantitative analysis, this text focuses on the quantitative aspects of the discipline using a unified approach. Emphasis is placed on developing visual tools for understanding complicated solution equilibria. To these ends, extensive use is made of graphical methods, such as the easily sketched stick diagrams, which can be used to guide analytical calculations and takes the guesswork out of numerical approximations. Optional spreadsheet exercises are closely integrated with the text and can therefore serve to introduce the student to the use of computers for chemical calculations.
A comprehensive set of real-world environmental laboratory experiments This complete summary of laboratory work presents a richly detailed set of classroom-tested experiments along with background information, safety and hazard notes, a list of chemicals and solutions needed, data collection sheets, and blank pages for compiling results and findings. This useful resource also: Focuses on environmental, i.e., "dirty" samples Stresses critical concepts like analysis techniques and documentation Includes water, air, and sediment experiments Includes an interactive software package for pollutant fate and transport modeling exercises Functions as a student portfolio of documentation abilities Offers instructors actual samples of student work for troubleshooting, notes on each procedure, and procedures for solutions preparation.
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Totally updated for AutoCAD 2006 and 2006 LT including the new and enhanced Commands, Dimensioning, Hatching, Mtext, Dynamic Blocks, Dynamic Input and more. Ideal for classroom instruction or as a self-study tutorial, it provides only what you need without all of the jargon.