Quantitative Chemical Analysis / Edition 9 available in Hardcover
The gold standard in analytical chemistry, Dan Harris’ Quantitative Chemical Analysis provides a sound physical understanding of the principles of analytical chemistry and their applications in the disciplines.
|Publisher:||Freeman, W. H. & Company|
|Edition description:||Ninth Edition|
|Product dimensions:||9.30(w) x 11.10(h) x 1.50(d)|
About the Author
Dan Harris was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1948. He earned degrees in Chemistry from MIT in 1968 and Caltech 1973 and was a postdoc at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. After teaching at the University of California at Davis from 1975-1980 and at Franklin and Marshall College from 1980-1983, he moved to the Naval Air Systems Command at China Lake, California, where he is now a Senior Scientist and Esteemed Fellow. While teaching analytical chemistry at Davis, he wrote his lectures in bound form for his students. This volume caught the attention of publishers' representatives wandering through the college bookstore. The first edition of Quantitative Chemical Analysis was published in 1982. The first edition of Exploring Chemical Analysis came out in 1996. Both have undergone regular revision. Dan is also co-author of Symmetry and Spectroscopy published in 1978 by Oxford University Press and now available from Dover Press. His book Materials for Infrared Windows and Domes was published by SPIE press in 1999. Dan and his wife Sally were married in 1970. They have two children and four grandchildren. Sally's work on every edition of the books is essential to their quality and accuracy.
Table of Contents
0 The Analytical ProcessOpened the first chapter with description of home pregnancy test. Historical section on measurement of atmospheric CO2 by Keeling was removed1 Chemical MeasurementsDiscussion of limiting reagent added to Chap 12 Tools of the TradeReduced discussion of mechanical balance. Added serial dilution and more emphasis on relative uncertainty of volumetric apparatus3 Experimental ErrorNew discussion of atomic weights and their uncertainty based on 2009 IUPAC report on atomic weights. See new Box 3-3 for my handling of atomic weights. Rectangular and triangular distributions could not be treated rigorously in Chapter 3, so they were moved to Appendix B with a NEW discussion of propagation of uncertaintyAppendix B: Extensive new discussion of propagation of uncertainty following recommendations of Joint Committee for Guides in Metrology 2008/20104 StatisticsF test was moved ahead of t test so F could be used for t. Amplified discussion of hypothesis testing. Increased distinction between standard error (standard deviation of the mean) and standard deviation (for use in Appendix B)5 Quality Assurance and Calibration MethodsNew box on Medical Implication of False Positive Results. Graph for internal standards introduced. Efficiency in experimental design moved to Appendix C6 Chemical EquilibriumModified discussion of entropy plus other minor revisions7 Let the Titrations BeginChapter was reconstituted and slightly revised from QCA 7e. New Opener – Titration on Mars. Experimental detail added for Volhardt titration. New problem 7-36 asks "What is wrong with this procedure?"8 Activity and the Systematic Treatment of EquilibriumFundamental change: new approach to numerical solution of systematic equilibrium problems with spreadsheets was implemented in Section 8-5. One exercise and 8 new problems were added to illustrate the new approach. New color plate added.9 Monoprotic Acid-Base EquilibriaEnhanced discussion and problems on practical use of buffer10 Polyprotic Acid-Base EquilibriaNew Opener on CO2 in air. Enhanced Box on CO2 in ocean. New Box on microequilibrium constants. New problem 10-9 gives powerful spreadsheet approach to iterative calculation of pH of intermediate form of diprotic acid11 Acid-Base TitrationsNew opener: Acid-Base Titration of RNA12 EDTA TitrationsChelation therapy moved to chapter opener from former Box.13 Advanced Topics in EquilibriumAdvanced equilibrium implements new spreadsheet approach from Chap 8. Circular definition in spreadsheet automatically finds ionic strength and activity coefficients without manual iteration.14 Fundamentals of ElectrochemistryRevised discussion throughout chapter to note that electrons flow from less positive to more positive potential. Fundamental equations were modified to distinguish n = units of charge and N = moles in the formulas q = nNF and ΔG = nNFE. Added figure emphasizing that potential changes at phase boundaries. New Box 14-2 on H2-O2 fuel cell in Apollo 13 spacecraft and new Box 14-3 on lead-acid battery.15 Electrodes and PotentiometryThere is a new Opener on DNA sequencing, new discussion of ways to reduce the detection limit for ion-selective electrodes and the use of ion-selective electrodes to measure dissolved CO2. Box 15-3 describes the discovery of perchlorate on MarsBox 15-4 describes an ion-selective electrode with an electrically conductive polymer for an immunoassay.16 Redox TitrationsAdded environmentally safe alternative for enzymatic pre-reduction of nitrate. Added dissolved O2 analysis with Winkler titration in Problem 16-28.17 Electroanalytical TechniquesNew Figure 17-7 describes measurement of Ohmic potential with a Luggin capillary. Box 17-1 introduces reactions at atomic steps on a crystal surface. The application of a glucose electrode to measure other analytes is described. Voltammetry of double strand DNA and stripping analysis of perchlorate with a conductive polymer electrode in Figure 17-26 are new. Figure 17-32 explains why sigmoidal voltammograms are observed with microelectrodes. Box 17-5 on aptamers is new.18 Fundamentals of SpectrophotometrySection 18-4 now includes an example of preparing standard iron solution and an example of serial dilution. New problems 18-23, -24, and -25 deal with preparation of standards and serial dilution. Box 18-2 is updated with a discussion of Hg in fluorescent bulbs and Hg emission from burning coal. Box 18-4 describes designing a molecule for fluorescence detection.19 Applications of SpectrophotometryFigure 19-1 (b) was simplified for clarity. Figure 19-5 provides data for analysis of a mixture with Excel Solver in Problem 19-8. Figure 19-7 provides data for curve fitting to find an equilibrium constant with Solver in Figure 19-8. Exercise 19-C deals with finding and equilibrium constant with Solver. A new immunoassay for Hg was added to Section 19-5. Box 19-1 is updated for a dye-sensitized photocell and a solid-state perovskite photocell.20 SpectrophotometersBox 20-1 is updated with solar radiation and global temperature data from 2013. Section 20-3 describes an image intensifier in Figure 20-18 and mentions photoacoustic detection described in Box 20-3. Section 20-6 has new Figure 20-35 showing the limits of signal averaging and a new section on Savitzky-Golay polynomial smoothing. Problem 20-38 applies polynomial smoothing.21 Atomic SpectroscopyBox 21-2 uses Bunsen burner photometer to illustrate atomic emission.Laser ablation was separated into a separate section with atomic emission on Mars as an application. For inductively coupled plasma, dynamic reaction cell replaced collision cell. Added new section on X-ray fluorescence including spectral interpretation.22 Mass SpectroscopyAmplified discussion of halogen isotopic peaks. Back cover of book and Chap 22 relate dinosaur body temperature to isotope ratio measurements. Expanded discussion of time-of-flight spectrometer and added examples of orbitrap capability for mass accuracy. Added direct electron ionization and photoionizaiton liquid chromatography‒mass spectrometry interfaces. Updated application of selected reaction monitoring. Added field-portable spectrometry. Enhanced ion mobility section with addition of field asymmetric waveform spectrometry and traveling wave ion mobility state inside a mass spectrometer.23 Introduction to Analytical SeparationsContributor Chuck Lucy made principal revisions. New opener on chromatography of components of milk. New color plate illustrates mechanism of chromatography by partition of solute between immiscible phases. Updated section on efficiency of separation. Added illustration on effects of N, α, and k on plate height. Added band broadening in connective tubing. Improved illustrations of mechanisms of band broadening with more emphasis on mass transfer. Distinguished effects of overloading in gas and liquid chromatography. Added 6 problems with emphasis on conceptual understanding.24 Gas ChromatrographyContributor Chuck Lucy made principal revisions. New opener on doping in sports. Added 2-dimensional chromatography. More emphasis on column selectivity and factors affecting retention by columns. New examples in chiral separation and chromatography on a chip. Added headspace extraction, olfactometric detection, and vacuum ultraviolet detection. Added 9 new problems including qualitative questions and two literature search problems.25 High-Performance Liquid ChromatographyContributor Chuck Lucy made principal revisions. Enhanced discussion of types of polarity for liquid chromatography, van Deemter terms for fused-core particles, HILIC, sample injection, method development for reversed-phase chromatography, selecting pH for separations, gradient separations. New table compares HPLC and UHPLC. New table of solvent properties includes types of polarity. Box 25-1 introduces slip flow chromatography. Box 25-3 shows solvent gradient in supercritical fluid chromatography. Added 7 problems include two requiring literature search26 Chromatographic Methods and Capillary ElectrophoresisContributor Chuck Lucy made principal revisions. DNA profiling opener and DNA profiling lab on a chip Section 26-8 are new. Ion exchange equivalents introduced. Donnan exclusion reduced to qualitative discussion. Speciation introduced in ion chromatography. Mixed mode retention in ion-pair chromatography introduced. Improved graphic of size exclusion separations. Electrophoresis has more emphasis on effect of size on ion mobility and effect of pH on mobility of weak acids.27 Gravimetric and Combustion AnalysisNew discussion of nucleation from recent literature was added. New Figure 27-2 shows onset of crystallization from amorphous particle. New Figure 27-4 shows effect of electrolyte concentration on particle repulsion.28 Sample PreparationAdded color plate on solid-phase extraction. Added dispersive liquid-liquid extraction, solid-supported liquid-liquid extraction, and QuEChERS sample preparationNotes and ReferencesGlossaryAppendicesSolutions to ExercisesAnswers to ProblemsIndexExperiments