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ANALYTICAL. INSTRUMENTATION. HANDBOOK. SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND EXPANDED. Edited by. Galen Wood Ewing. Las Vegas, New Mexico. Users of the “Handbook of Analytical Techniques” will have the benefit of We believe that this new handbook Quality Assurance in Instrumentation. This has brought in automation, efficiency and precision in analytical instrumentation. To keep users abreast of such advances, this edition of the Handbook of.

A chapter is included on sample pretreatment which, although a bit removed from the general content of the volume, provides an excellent overview of the common and not so common techniques usedfor preparing analytes for injection.

There is an interesting chapter on the theory and practical aspects of homogeneous and solid state post-column reactors.

The remainder of the book consists of a series of chapters covering derivatization procedures used to augment various detection methods. Where appropriate, for example in electrochemical detection and in enzyme derivatization, the principles of the detection method are also outlined.

As a result of its very complete coverage of derivatization related topics this will prove a very useful text both for general reading and for use in solving specific chromatographic problems. The balance of principles, practical and examples has been well struck. Ho, Ellis Horwood, Chichester, This book attempts to bring together in its 29 chapters various analytical methods available.

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In doing so the bias is towards drug analyses at the expense of inorganic techniques. However, this is not altogether a shortcoming since the vast majority of forensic work involves analysis and comparison of drugs and related samples. I found the chapters on drug profiling by gas chromatography particularly interesting, as well as the chapter on the use of GCMS in arson analysis. With the increasing incidence of firearms-related offences in the United Kingdom and world wide terrorism it is perhaps one criticism that the detection of explosives residues and firearms residues is not given more exposure.

A chapter on computerization or data handling would also have been useful. The book has been attractively presented and all the chapters appear clear and concise. I strongly recommend the book to students of forensic science, toxicology, science in general, the legal profession and to the experienced forensic scientist and it should be regarded as good reference material.

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Instrumentation in analytical chemistry — Advances in analytical chemistry and instrumentation. It reviews how derivatization can extend high performance liquid chromatography applications and gives general coverage of the various types of analyte derivatization for all major detection techniques.

The text is well organized and arranged, starting with basic ideas and advantages of derivatization followed by a survey of the physical and chemical effects pertinent to the kinetics of derivatization reactions.

A chapter is included on sample pretreatment which, although a bit removed from the general content of the volume, provides an excellent overview of the common and not so common techniques usedfor preparing analytes for injection.

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There is an interesting chapter on the theory and practical aspects of homogeneous and solid state post-column reactors. The remainder of the book consists of a series of chapters covering derivatization procedures used to augment various detection methods.

Where appropriate, for example in electrochemical detection and in enzyme derivatization, the principles of the detection method are also outlined. As a result of its very complete coverage of derivatization related topics this will prove a very useful text both for general reading and for use in solving specific chromatographic problems. The balance of principles, practical and examples has been well struck.

Ho, Ellis Horwood, Chichester, This book attempts to bring together in its 29 chapters various analytical methods available. In doing so the bias is towards drug analyses at the expense of inorganic techniques. However, this is not altogether a shortcoming since the vast majority of forensic work involves analysis and comparison of drugs and related samples. I found the chapters on drug profiling by gas chromatography particularly interesting, as well as the chapter on the use of GCMS in arson analysis.

With the increasing incidence of firearms-related offences in the United Kingdom and world wide terrorism it is perhaps one criticism that the detection of explosives residues and firearms residues is not given more exposure.Keywords Audience: It reviews how derivatization can extend high performance liquid chromatography applications and gives general coverage of the various types of analyte derivatization for all major detection techniques.

Ho, Ellis Horwood, Chichester, The text is well organized and arranged, starting with basic ideas and advantages of derivatization followed by a survey of the physical and chemical effects pertinent to the kinetics of derivatization reactions. Sometimes the author is inconsistent with significant figures in his worked examples-trailing zeros are often omitted-and this could confuse students who are learning in isolation.

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