Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry
Copyright © 1999-2014 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Online ISBN: 9780470027318
About this Book
The most comprehensive one-stop reference for analytical chemistry
The highly-acclaimed Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry provides a much-needed professional level reference work for the 21st Century. Updating 4x per year, the Encyclopedia is the most comprehensive analytical chemistry reference available and covers all aspects from theory and instrumentation through to applications and techniques.
The Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry is the essential cross-disciplinary reference work for all analytical chemists in academia and industry. All fields of chemical research are covered: analytical, organic, physical, polymer, inorganic biomedical, environmental, pharmaceutical, industrial, petroleum, forensics, and food science.
- All articles have been written by specialists in the field, and peer reviewed by experts, ensuring both accuracy and clarity.
- Over 6500 illustrations – many in colour
- Extensive cross-referencing to facilitate navigation between articles
- Every article features an extensive bibliography of relevant book and journal citations, providing references for further reading.
The chemistry and techniques are described as performed in the laboratory (environmental, clinical, QC, research, university), in the field, or by remote sensing. The level of detail is similar to that of a laboratory protocol and, together with the cited references, will support the analysis of complex inorganic, organic and biological structures by academic and industrial researchers. The Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry also facilitates preparation of procedures, protocols, and "cookbooks" by managers and staff of laboratories.
Take a look at some of the new articles published online in Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry in March 2015:
Roles of Nebulizers in Analytical Chemistry
Single-molecule Fluorescence Imaging Techniques
Chemometrics of Ultrafast Time-Resolved Spectroscopy Data
Defining Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography
Electrozone Sensing Goes Nano
To view more new and updated articles click here
Editor Highlights (March 2015)
This month Editor-in-Chief, Robert A. Meyers highlights three new articles:
Find out why these articles are of particular interest here