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Title:
Problem solving in analytical chemistry
Author:
Crawford, Karen.
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Publication Information:
London : Education Division, the Royal Society of Chemistry, [1998]

©1998
Physical Description:
xiv, 145 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781870343466
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Book

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The development of problem-solving skills is fast becoming a key element in many present-day chemistry courses. Problem Solving in Analytical Chemistry is the first in a series of publications produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry, aimed at enhancing these skills. The book features a variety of problems, broadly based in analytical chemistry, developed in collaboration with universities and incorporating industrial ideas. Each of the 55 problems is complete with a solution and a guide for tutors. With subject matter ranging from gravimetric analysis to interpretation of spectroscopic data, the content is suitable for use as group exercises in tutorials or for individual learning. Trialled in universities across the UK pre-publication, students and lecturers will find Problem Solving in Analytical Chemistry an essential aid to a degree course.