This book covers both fundamental and practical aspects of chemical analysis: Data Process and Analysis; Chemical Equilibria and Volumetric titrations; Gravimetry; Spectrophotometry; Sample Preparation and Separation Methods in Quantitative Analysis.It was written with the rich tradition of teaching at Peking University College of Chemistry, and edited by an American professor who was personally sensitive to the needs of students learning science from traditional chemistry textbooks written in English. Many examples and illustrative problems in this text have been taken from previous textbooks by the Peking University Team Teaching Program. The book can be used as a starter in analytical chemistry which is fundamental and the base upon which chemistry is built. Traditional chapters of initial learning in analytical chemistry are included, such as volumetric, gravimetric and separation methods; the book also includes key chapters on problem solving relating to recent progress in analytical chemistry.
Introduction of Analytical Chemistry; Data Analysis; Acid-base Equilibrium; Acid-base Titration; Complexation Reactions and Complexometric Titrations; Redox Equilibria and Titrations; Precipitation Equilibrium, Precipitation Titration, and Precipitation Gravimetry; Spectrophotometry; Introduction to Sample Preparations and Analytical Seperation; Solving a Real Analytical Problem.