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Kenneth A. Connors is Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He has been appointed a fellow in the Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1972) and in the AAAS (1981). Dr. Connors received his Ph.D. in pharmacy from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1959. He is also the author of Reaction Mechanisms in Organic Analytical Chemistry (Wiley–lnterscience, 1973) and co–author of Chemical Stability of Pharmaceuticals (WileyInterscience, 1979).From the Inside Flap:
Beginning with the fundamentals and progressing to more advanced topics, this classic text offers a detailed, systematic treatment of modern analytical chemistry. It provides all the necessary background for understanding most analyses in principle and many in detail. Updated and expanded, this edition emphasizes not only the principles of pharmaceutical analysis, but also the practical applications. It features an expanded section on liquid chromatography along with new chapters on immunoassay, derivative formation, and statistical interpretation of data. Practical learning aids include numerous student laboratory experiments along with more than 250 problems, many with answers given. Incorporating traditional techniques with the most current methods, Dr. Connors offers step–by–step coverage of five major areas: Titemetric Analysis, Physical and Instrumental Methods, Separation Techniques, Elemental Analysis, and Clinical Reactions in Analysis. He also deals with general topics, such as volumetric techniques and calculations and how to use the analytical literature. A Textbook of Pharmaceutical Analysis, 3rd Edition is specifically geared for undergraduate courses in pharmaceutical analysis, but graduate students and professional pharmacists will find it a useful reference. Rigorous yet accessible, it is a valuable tool for practical analyses as well as for understanding such literature as the official compendia, reference works in analysis, and advanced textbooks in analytical chemistry.
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Book Description John Wiley & Sons Inc, 1975. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11047116853X