Covering all theoretical and practical aspects of the applications of spot tests to organic analysis, this book includes information on more than 900 tests.
Author: F. Feigl
Covering all theoretical and practical aspects of the applications of spot tests to organic analysis, this book includes information on more than 900 tests. It continues to be an indispensable reference to organic and analytical chemists in academia and in industry.
Development, present state and prospects of organic spot test analysis; Spot test techniques; Preliminary tests; Detection of characteristic functional groups in organic compounds; Identification of individual organic compounds; Application of spot reactions in the testing of materials, examination of purity, characterization of pharmaceutical products.
The discovery during this period of many new reagents has resulted in a vast accumulation of data on their application and made this completely revised edition necessary. Numerous new tests and various new chapters have been added.
Author: F. Feigl
Many years have passed since the last edition of the present book was published. The discovery during this period of many new reagents has resulted in a vast accumulation of data on their application and made this completely revised edition necessary. Numerous new tests and various new chapters have been added. Chapters 3,4 and 5 of the fifth edition have been combined into one chapter, which is divided into sections devoted to the elements. These sections are arranged in alphabetical order to make for easier location of information on a given element. To further improve the usefulness of the volume, a reference list has been provided for each sub-section followed by a biography of the appropriate quantitative methods.
This revised and updated Second Edition is as thorough in its treatment of techniques and applications as its predecessor.
Author: Ervin Jungreis
This revised and updated Second Edition is as thorough in its treatment of techniques and applications as its predecessor. It provides many new wet and dry immunoassay procedures, such as tests for cholesterol and HDL, HIV and HSV, drugs, and explosives.
The information gathered in this chapter has been primarily selected in order to
survey and to classify different resin spot tests belonging to the field of organic analysis, and consistently with this to illustrate significant reactions as far as is ...
Author: Vladimir Grdinic
Publisher: CRC Press
The working title of the book was The Detection of Analytes by the Resin Spot Tests Method. Firstly, we decided to sort out all published qualitative methods systematically against analytes. We were not discouraged by the obstacles, such as the study of a great number of papers published in Japanese, the difficulty in locating (especially older) publications, or the time required. Still, having in mind not to burden unnecessarily the volume of the book, we dismissed the idea of systematically listing all the procedures in detail. Nevertheless, a relatively large number of them found a place in the book, and perhaps this will contribute to the stirring of spontaneous interest in this technique in the ranks of applied chemists and others who a priori shun the technique.
Author: Los Angeles Meetings of the American Chemical SocietyPublish On: 2012-12-06
23,443 (1948). BRANDT, R., and N. D. CHERONIs: Fluorometric detection and
determination of organic compounds. I. A rapid microsemiquantitative test for
acetone and some ... FIEGL, F.: Spot tests in organic analysis. 5th English ed.
Author: Los Angeles Meetings of the American Chemical Society
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The object of "Residue Reviews" is to provide concise, critical reviews of timely advances, philosophy, and significant areas of accomplished or needed endeavor in the total field of residues of pesticide and certain other chemicals in foods, feeds, and in transformed food products. During the 144th National Meetings of the American Chemical Society in Los Angeles, California the Pesticides Subdivision of the A. C. S. Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry on April 1, 1963 sponsored a symposium "Instrumen tation for the Detection and Determination of Pesticides and Their Residues in Foods". With special permission from R. N. HADER and his associates in the American Chemical Society, that symposium is reproduced in this volume of "Residue Reviews" because of its timeliness and significance to pesticide residue analysts everywhere. Without exception the symposium authors accepted my invitation to utilize "Residue Reviews" as their publication medium, and their coopera tion in the extra chore of providing manuscripts conforming to the style requirements of "Residue Reviews" is gratefully acknowledged. Presiding over the two sessions of the symposium were CHARLES L. DUNN and MILTON S. SCHECHTER, whose introductory remarks at that time comprise the foreword to this volume; their enthusiastic assistance both in organizing the symposium and in achieving this final product is warmly appreciated. F. A. G.
Evaluation of adhesive test methods. Org. Coating Plast. Chem. 47, 462–466.
ANON. 1972. Flexible packaging material test method index. National Flexible ... Spot Tests in Organic Analysis, 6th Ed. Elsevier, New York. FLICK, E. W. 1969.
Author: Roger C. Griffin
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Since the first edition of "Principles of Packaging Development" was published, the packaging industry has undergone many profound changes. These have included the virtual elimination of cellophane and its replacement with oriented polypropylene as a carton overwrap, fluid milk in blow-molded HDPE bottles, PET beverage bottles, cookie bags and cartons lined with polyolefin coextrusions instead of waxed glassine, and bread in reclosable polyolefin and coextruded film bags. New phrases have also worked their way into the lexicon of the practic ing packaging technologist, such as "child resistance" and "tamper evident. " This most popular text on packaging demanded updating. How these phrases and ideas have affected the industry in the 1980s and how they will probably alter its course in the future are treated. New concepts of packaging system planning and forecasting tech niques are intruding into package management, and new chapters will introduce them to the reader. The years have added a certain degree of maturity to the packaging industry. Not only have the original authors broadened their per spectives and changed professional responsibilities, we have also in cluded a third co-author, Dr. Aaron L. Brody, whose experience in the industry, academic background, and erudite insights into the very na ture of packaging have added an unparalled degree of depth to this book. We would like to thank David L.
Author: Amadeo Rodriguez Fernandez-AlbaPublish On: 2012-08-01
1A 1B 1C 2A 2B 2C 10 Analytical Processes Gas Analysis Inorganic Qualitative Analysis Organic Qualitative Analysis ... Plasma Excitation in Spectrochemical Analysis Organic Spot Tests Analysis The History of Analytical Chemistry Vol. Vol
Author: Amadeo Rodriguez Fernandez-Alba
New developments in mass spectrometry have allowed routine identification and lowered limits of detection at levels only imagined a decade ago. Thousands of contaminants and residues in the food supply and the environment are now being reported. Between 2005 and 2010, more than 5,000 publications covering TOF-MS and environmental and food analysis were published, showing the importance of the technique in these applications. This book covers the basic principles of method development in GC- and LC-TOF-MS as well as the main operational parameters related to TOF-MS. The second part focuses on the relevant environmental applications, including quality control aspects as well as data collection. The third part is devoted to relevant applications in food analysis, including validation procedures for screening analysis as well as relevant databases. Outlines basic concepts and principles of gas and liquid chromatography TOF-MS and its application in food analysis Includes quality control and data collection techniques Focuses on environmental implications and safety concerns
IX Vol. X IA IB IC IIA IIB IIC IID III VII VIII Analytical Processes Gas Analysis
Inorganic Qualitative Analysis Organic Qualitative ... Plasma Excitation in
Spectrochemical Analysis Organic Spot Tests Analysis The History of Analytical
Author: A.R. Fernandez Alba
The trace determination of pesticides continues to be a topic for analytical chemists working in research centres, government and universities. With four chapters devoted to chromatography-mass spectrometry methods, readers are able to understand the analytical basis, technical characteristics and possibilities to evaluate pesticides in food by gas chromatography (GC) and liquid chromatography (LC) mass spectrometry. The book also provides a well-defined and critical compilation of the sample treatment and clean-up procedures, as well as injection techniques applied in GC and LC food analysis. Finally the book deals with aspects related to analytical quality control requirements for pesticide residues, in addition to pesticide regulation aspects. * Contains specific chapters devoted to chromatography-mass spectrometry methods * Provides a well-defined and critical compilation of the sample treatment and clean-up procedures * Contains aspects related to analytical quality control requirements for pesticide residues