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This valuable resource covers the principles of analytical instrumentation used by today's chemists and biologists and presents important advances in instrumentation, such as the drive to miniaturise and lab-on-a-chip devices. In terms of the lab-based analytical instrumentation, the five main categories of technique?spectroscopic, chromatographic, electrochemical, imaging and thermoanalytical, are included and presented in a practical, not theoretical way. Including relevant examples and applications in a number of fields such as healthcare, environment and pharmaceutical industry this book provides a complete overview of the instruments used within the chemistry industry, making this an important tool for professionals and students alike.Content: Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–6): Chapter 2 Spectrometric Instruments (pages 7–64): Chapter 3 Separation Instruments (pages 65–124): Chapter 4 Imaging Instruments (pages 125–146): Chapter 5 Electrochemical Instruments (pages 147–162): Chapter 6 Other Instruments (pages 163–172): Chapter 7 Portable Instruments in the Laboratory (pages 177–197): Chapter 8 Portable Instruments in Various Applications (pages 199–216): Chapter 9 Process Analytical Instrumentation in Industry (pages 223–249): Chapter 10 Chip?Based Instrumentation (pages 255–281):
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