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Basics of Analytical Chemistry and Chemical Equilibria by Brian M. Tissue

By Brian M. Tissue

Content material:
Chapter 1 Making Measurements (pages 1–52):
Chapter 2 pattern practise, Extractions, and Chromatography (pages 53–102):
Chapter three Classical tools (pages 103–140):
Chapter four Molecular Spectroscopy (pages 141–175):
Chapter five Acid?Base Equilibria and job (pages 177–220):
Chapter 6 Buffer ideas and Polyprotic Acids (pages 221–244):
Chapter 7 Complexation and Precipitation Equilibria (pages 245–291):
Chapter eight Electroanalytical Chemistry (pages 293–339):
Chapter nine Atomic Spectrometry (pages 340–366):
Chapter 10 Analytical Separations (pages 367–406):

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Basics of Analytical Chemistry and Chemical Equilibria

Content material: bankruptcy 1 Making Measurements (pages 1–52): bankruptcy 2 pattern training, Extractions, and Chromatography (pages 53–102): bankruptcy three Classical equipment (pages 103–140): bankruptcy four Molecular Spectroscopy (pages 141–175): bankruptcy five Acid? Base Equilibria and task (pages 177–220): bankruptcy 6 Buffer strategies and Polyprotic Acids (pages 221–244): bankruptcy 7 Complexation and Precipitation Equilibria (pages 245–291): bankruptcy eight Electroanalytical Chemistry (pages 293–339): bankruptcy nine Atomic Spectrometry (pages 340–366): bankruptcy 10 Analytical Separations (pages 367–406):

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Open this worksheet and repeat the calculation for the 90% and 99% level of confidence. As a check, run the Descriptive Statistics in the Data Analysis tookpak. 4 DISCARDING A SUSPECTED OUTLIER If one value in a set of data appears very different from the rest, it might be possible to discard that value. The basis to discard a value is that some error, although unrecognized, has caused that value to not be representative of the sample. There are a number of criteria for removing an apparent outlier from a set of measurements.

C) a geologic mineral (must be digested in a flux at high temperature— possible loss of analyte owing to volatilization). 10. For the Pb analyses in the previous exercise, discuss the relative pros and cons of using a calibration curve versus standard addition to calibrate the measurement. Calculational Practice For the following spreadsheet exercises, title the top of the worksheet with the exercise number, your name, and date. Refer to the you-try-it and spreadsheet-help files as necessary. If you must do extensive revisions of your spreadsheet formulas, try developing more flexible ways to write the formulas.

13. Copy the following data (Data Set 1) into a worksheet.

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