Modern electroanalytical methods - Journal of Chemical Education

Modern electroanalytical methods. Ralph N. Adams. J. Chem. Educ. , 1959, 36 (1), p A50. DOI: 10.1021/ed036pA50. Publication Date: January 1959. Cite t...
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activity, devices, and techniques are oonsidered in a single assignment in Part V.--A. TTT

The final section on organic chemistry consists of three assignments. One is of a qualitative nature; another gives same representative preparations, and the third introduces some biological applications of organic chemistry. I n all assignments there are mite-in spaces; the pages are punched and perforated so that thereports may be rcmoved from the manual. CARLWEATHERBEE Millikin C:niuersity Decalur, Illinois Modern Elecfroanalytical Methods

Edited by G. Charlot. Elsevier Publishing Co., London, and D. Van Nostrand Go., Inc., Princeton, N. J., 1958. x 186 pp. 17 X 24.5 em. $4.95.


A quick glance a t the jacket and cover of this new publication suggests that it may be comparable to Delahay's recent Not until the title page is i t revealed to be the Proceedings of the I.U.P.A.C. Symposium an Elret,rachemieal Methods of Analysis. An identical compilation in less elegant cover can, of course, be found as issue Nos. 1 and 2 of Anal. Chim. Acta (1958). As a unit, t h e papers are of extreme interest to specialists in modern electroanalyticd techniques. I n some eases, e.g., the excellent report on fused-salt chronopotentiometry by Laitinen and Gaur, some degree of background introduction is included with the experimental work. I n others, only token reports are given since the work was puhli~hedpreviously elsewhere. The inclusion of discussions a t t h e end of each paper is stimulating. In short, this edition would sppesr t o he of value only t o those who neither suhscribe to Analytiea Chimica Acta nor believe in reprint request cards. RALPH N. ADAMS C'nit,ersiliq of Kansas Lawrenre. Kansas

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