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Ionic Equilibria in Analytical Chemistry

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-1
  2. General Considerations

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 3-11
    3. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 13-36
    4. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 37-48
  3. Acids and Bases Equilibria—Analytical Applications

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 49-49
    2. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 77-105
    3. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 107-118
    4. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 119-125
    5. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 127-134
    6. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 135-156
    7. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 157-167
    8. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 169-190
  4. Redox Phenomena and Analytical Applications

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 191-191
    2. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 193-203
    3. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 205-227
    4. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 229-246
    5. Jean-Louis Burgot
      Pages 247-263

About this book

Introduction

This book of general analytical chemistry – as opposed to instrumental analysis or separation methods – in aqueous solutions is focuses on fundamentals, which is an area too often overlooked in the literature. Explanations abound of the chemical and physical principles of different operations of chemical analysis in aqueous solutions. Once these principle are firmly established, numerous examples of applications are also given.

Keywords

Analytical Chemistry Ionic Equilibria acid-base phenomena aqueous solutions complex formations precipitation phenomena redox phenomena thermodynamic recalls

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Fac. PharmacieUniversité Rennes IRennes CXFrance

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Reviews

From the reviews:

“Burgot (Professeur Honoraire des Universités, France) presents the properties of water and the equilibria that can be established in it. … The author discusses and efficiently compiles many wet chemical methods. … there are examples ‘taken from the fields of inorganic and organic chemistries and even from that of biochemistry,’ … . Summing Up: Recommended. … Researchers/faculty and professionals/practitioners.” (J. Allison, Choice, Vol. 50 (5), January, 2013)