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Short description A practical laboratory guide in analytical chemistry with a special focus on quality assurance and lab management. Presents all the important methods as industrial projects and guides analytical chemists to work efficiently, safely and accurately in an industrial setting.
From the contents IINTRODUCTION Analytical Chemistry - The History Analytical Chemistry and Its Role in Today's Society
INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY MANAGEMENT Historical Background Variability The Four Pillars of Wisdom (from Shewhart to Deming) Zero-Defect Tolerance Why Standards? The Controlled Process ISO Guidelines 9004 Quality Management System (QMS) Requirements
FUNDAMENTALS OF STATISTICS Basic Concepts Important Terms Quality of Results (Accuracy and Precision) Regression
THE ANALYTICAL PROCESS The Analytical Process in the Overall Context Planning Phase Analysis Assessment Validation Final Documentation
EXAMPLE OF A VALIDATION STRATEGY Determination of Phenol in Industrial Waste Water
ORGANIZATIONAL AND PRACTICAL PROCEDURES IN THE TEACHING LABORATORY PROGRAM Goals Safety in the Laboratory Class Experimental Project Workflow Reports
LITERATURE Cited Literature Recommended Norms (Selection) Suggested Books (Selection)
PROJECTS Chromatography Spectroscopy Electrophoretic Separation Methods Automation Mass Analytical Determination Methods General Analytical Methods 7 Universal Separation Methods
APPENDIX A SELECTION OF RECOMMENDED SOURCES BY SUBJECT AREA
APPENDIX B STATISTICAL TABLES
APPENDIX C OBLIGATORY DECLARATION FOR STUDENTS
APPENDIX D THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM OF UNITS (SI) - AND THE 'NEW SI'