Quantitative Chemical Analysis - 9th Edition - by Daniel C. Harris - ISBN 9781464135385
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Quantitative Chemical Analysis
9th Edition
Daniel C. Harris
Publisher: W. H. Freeman
ISBN: 9781464135385

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Chapter 4 - StatisticsChapter 4.1 - Gaussian DistributionChapter 4.2 - Comparison Of Standard Deviations With The F TestChapter 4.3 - Confidence IntervalsChapter 4.4 - Comparison Of Means With Student's TChapter 4.7 - The Method Of Least SquaresChapter 4.8 - Calibration CurvesChapter 5 - Quality Assurance And Calibration MethodsChapter 5.1 - Basics Of Quality AssuranceChapter 5.2 - Method ValidationChapter 5.3 - Standard AdditionChapter 5.4 - Internal StandardsChapter 6 - Chemical EquilibriumChapter 6.1 - The Equilibrium ConstantChapter 6.4 - Complex FormationChapter 6.6 - PhChapter 6.7 - Strengths Of Acids And BasesChapter 7 - Let The Titrations BeginChapter 7.2 - Titration CalculationsChapter 7.3 - Precipitation Titration CurvesChapter 8 - Activity And The Systematic Treatment Of EquilibriumChapter 8.1 - The Effect Of Ionic Strength On Solubility Of SaltsChapter 8.2 - Activity CoefficientsChapter 8.3 - Ph RevisitedChapter 8.4 - Systematic Treatment Of EquilibriumChapter 9 - Monoprotic Acid-Base EquilibriaChapter 9.1 - Strong Acids And BasesChapter 9.4 - Weak Base EquilibriaChapter 9.5 - BuffersChapter 10 - Polyprotic Acid-Base EquilibriaChapter 10.1 - Diprotic Acids And BasesChapter 10.2 - Diprotic BuffersChapter 10.3 - Polyprotic Acids And BasesChapter 10.4 - Which Is The Principal Species?Chapter 11 - Acid-Base TitrationsChapter 11.3 - Titration Of Weak Base With Strong AcidChapter 11.5 - Finding The End Point With A Ph ElectrodeChapter 11.8 - Kjeldahl Nitrogen AnalysisChapter 12 - Edta TitrationsChapter 12.2 - EdtaChapter 12.5 - Auxillary Complexing AgentsChapter 12.7 - Edta Titration TechniquesChapter 13 - Advanced Topics In EquilibriumChapter 14 - Fundamentals Of ElectrochemistryChapter 14.1 - Basic ConceptsChapter 14.2 - Galvanic CellsChapter 14.4 - Nernst EquationChapter 14.5 - E° And The Equilibrium ConstantChapter 14.6 - Cells As Chemical ProbesChapter 14.7 - Biochemists Use E°'Chapter 15 - Electrodes And PotentiometryChapter 15.2 - Indicator ElectrodesChapter 15.3 - What Is A Junction PotentialChapter 15.6 - Ion-Selective ElectrodesChapter 15.7 - Using Ion-Selective ElectrodesChapter 16 - Redox TitrationsChapter 16.1 - The Shape Of A Redox Titration CurveChapter 17 - Electroanalytical TechniquesChapter 17.1 - Fundamentals Of ElectrolysisChapter 17.2 - Electrogravimetric AnalysisChapter 17.3 - CoulometryChapter 18 - Fundamentals Of SpectrophotometryChapter 18.2 - Adsorption Of LightChapter 18.4 - Beer's Law In Chemical AnalysisChapter 18.5 - Spectrophotometric TitrationsChapter 19 - Applications Of SpectrophotometryChapter 19.1 - Analysis Of A MixtureChapter 20 - SpectrophotometersChapter 20.2 - MonochromatorsChapter 20.4 - Optical SensorsChapter 21 - Atomic SpectroscopyChapter 22 - Mass SpectrometryChapter 22.1 - What Is Mass Spectrometry?Chapter 22.2 - Oh, Mass Spectrum, Speak To Me!Chapter 22.3 - Types Of Mass SpectrometersChapter 23 - Introduction To Analytical SeparationsChapter 23.1 - Solvent ExtractionChapter 23.3 - A Plumber's View Of ChromatographyChapter 23.4 - Efficiency Of SeparationChapter 24 - Gas ChromatographyChapter 24.1 - The Separation Process In Gas ChromatographyChapter 25 - High-Performance Liquid ChromatographyChapter 25.1 - The Chromatographic ProcessChapter 25.3 - Method Development For Reversed-Phase SeparationsChapter 26 - Chromatographic Methods And Capillary ElectrophoresisChapter 26.1 - Ion-Exchange ChromatographyChapter 26.7 - Conducting Capillary ElectrophoresisChapter 27 - Gravimetric And Combustion AnalysisChapter 27.1 - An Example Of Gravimetric AnalysisChapter 27.3 - Examples Of Gravimetric CalculationsChapter 27.4 - Combustion AnalysisChapter 28 - Sample PreparationChapter 28.1 - Statistics Of Sampling

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The gold standard in analytical chemistry, Dan Harris' Quantitative Chemical Analysis provides a sound physical understanding of the principles of analytical chemistry and their applications in the disciplines.

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Explanation: Given, Dissociation of the given acid H2SO3⇌ HSO3-+H+ 0.050-x x x x20.050-x=K1=...Explanation: Given that volume of acid, HCl and it is denoted by Va. Given the strength ( M1 ) and...Explanation: To calculate the concentration of K+ ion in the original sample EDTA Given, Volume of...Explanation: The given solution containing 0.010 mol hydroxybenzene (HA), 0.030 mol dimethyamine...Explanation: Given data: Eo=1.35 V To calculate: cell voltage The cell voltage = 1.35V. Because of...Explanation: Given: The titration reaction is a reduction reaction. Ag++e-⇌Ag(s) The cell voltage of...Given Amount of solution of Sn2+ = 20.0 mL Strength of Sn2+ solution = 0.00500 M Strength of Ce4+...Explanation: To determine: The voltage required to electrolyze sodium sulfate with given current and...Given information: Transmittance = 45.0 %. Apply the Beer’s law to calculate the value of absorbance...Explanation: From absorbance, the concentration can be calculated as,...Explanation: Given λ= 10.00 μmand 10.01 μm the value of λ= 10.00 μm and Δλ0.01 μm λΔλ= 10.000.01 =...Explanation: The Li standard contained 1.62 μg Li/mL . Graph, that has intensity against the...Explanation: The width which is present at half-height is 0.60mz The given peak at m/z = 53 Now,...Explanation: Given information, Partition coefficient value is 4.0. Extracted volume of phase 1 is...Explanation: The retention index of the compounds is based on the overall polarity phases and the...Explanation: Peak area of A is 5.97 . Peak area of B is 6.38 . AreaA[A] = F(AreaB[B])10.86[1.03] =...Explanation: To determine the volume of 0.023 1 M NaOH is needed to titrate the eluate form...Given Formula mass of an organic compound = 417g/mol Amount of the sample = 25.42 mg Amount of...Explanation: The given box contains 12000 red marbles and 88000 yellow marbles. The given random...

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