## Solutions for Principles of Instrumental Analysis

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Chapter 1 - IntroductionChapter 2 - Electrical Components And CircuitsChapter 3 - Operational Amplifiers In Chemical InstrumentationChapter 4 - Digital Electronics And ComputersChapter 5 - Signals And NoiseChapter 6 - An Introduction To Spectrometric MethodsChapter 7 - Components Of Optical InstrumentsChapter 8 - An Introduction To Optical Atomic SpectrometryChapter 9 - Atomic Absorption And Atomic Fluorescence SpectrometryChapter 10 - Atomic Emission Spectrometry

Chapter 11 - Atomic Mass SpectrometryChapter 12 - Atomic X-ray SpectrometryChapter 13 - An Introduction To Ultraviolet-visible Molecular Absorption SpectrometryChapter 14 - Applications Of Ultraviolet-visible Molecular Absorption SpectrometryChapter 15 - Molecular Luminescence SpectrometryChapter 16 - An Introduction To Infrared SpectrometryChapter 17 - Applications Of Infrared SpectrometryChapter 18 - Raman SpectroscopyChapter 19 - Nuclear Magnetic Resonance SpectroscopyChapter 20 - Molecular Mass SpectrometryChapter 21 - Surface Characterization By Spectroscopy And MicroscopyChapter 22 - An Introduction To Electroanalytical ChemistryChapter 23 - PotentiometryChapter 24 - CoulometryChapter 25 - VoltammetryChapter 26 - An Introduction To Chromatographic SeparationsChapter 27 - Gas ChromatographyChapter 28 - High-performance Liquid ChromatographyChapter 29 - Supercritical Fluid Chromatography And ExtractionChapter 30 - Capillary Electrophoresis, Electrochromatography, And Field-flow FractionationChapter 31 - Thermal MethodsChapter 32 - Radiochemical MethodsChapter 33 - Automated Methods Of AnalysisChapter 34 - Particle Size DeterminationChapter A1 - Evaluation Of Analytical Data

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