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The Handbook of Analytical Instruments offers scientists and engineers a complete guide to the principles and building blocks of today's high-tech instruments, so that they can select the right analytical tools to optimize their projects and research. This expert resource covers instrumentation basics and recent advances, such as biosensors The book takes readers through flame photometers, radiochemical instruments, automated chemical analysis systems, blood gas analyzers, digital circuits, and much more.
Khandpur is the director general, Pushpa Gujral Science City. He is also a consultant to the World Health Organization and holds eight patents and has written more than 50 research papers.
Handbook of Analytical Instruments. R S Khandpur. Select the Right Analytical Instruments to Optimize Scientific and Engineering Projects and Research The Handbook of Analytical Instruments offers scientists and engineers a complete guide to the principles and building blocks of today's high-tech instruments, so that they can select the right analytical tools to optimize their projects and research. Flame Photometers.
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Handbook of Analytical Instruments
Analytical Instrumentation offers powerful qualitative and quantitative techniques for analysis in chemical, pharmaceutical, clinical, food-processing laboratories and oil refineries. It also plays a critical role in the monitoring and control of environment pollution. Over the years, this field has become extremely sophisticated. Today, microcontrollers and personal computers have been integrated into analytical instruments. This has brought in automation, efficiency and precision in analytical instrumentation. To keep users abreast of such advances, this edition of the Handbook of Analytical Instruments describes the principles and building blocks of analytical instrumentation. Recent advances in bio-sensors, gamma spectrometry, electron spin resonance ESR spectrometry, visualization methods for electrophoresis and several other tools and techniques of analytical instrumentation have been covered.