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This page introduces you to resources relevant to the study of Analytical Chemistry; it is not comprehensive.
Analytical Chemistry by
Call Number: QD 75.22 A53 2004
Publication Date: 2004
Search WorldCat Local or the Novanet catalogue to locate books useful to the study of Analytical Chemistry.
Subject headings you can use to locate books include:
- Chemistry, Analytic
- Chromatographic analysis
- Chemistry techniques, analytical
- Environmental Pollutants -- analytics
- Magnetic resonance
- Mass Spectrometry
- Organic compounds -- Analysis
- Spectrum Analysis
Bioanalytical Chemistry by
Call Number: QP 519.7 M54 2004
Publication Date: 2004
Chromatographic Analysis of the Environment by
Call Number: QD 79 C4 C48 2006
Publication Date: 2005
Introduction to Spectroscopy, 3rd ed. by
Call Number: QD 272 S6 P38 2001
Publication Date: 2000
Basic Tables for Chemical Analysis, 3rd ed. by
Call Number: REF QD 78 B782011
Publication Date: 2010
Here's a sampling of reference books available to you in print and electronic formats. Browse the QD section of Reference to locate more useful resources.
Chemistry Institute of Canada: Analytical Chemistry Division
Analytical Chemistry - Fundamentals and Applications
The journal, Analytical Chemistry provides researchers with Reviews published annually in the mid-year issue - usually June 15th.
- Even years = fundamental reviews
- Odd years = application reviews
Ideally, you will use both to locate the best information regarding an analytical technique and a certain application.
Locating Review articles:
- Load: Analytical Chemistry
- Click: Browse the Journals
- Click: List of issues
- Select: mid-June issue
- Look for: link to Fundamental Reviews or Application Reviews
Selected Journal Titles
This list details some of the journals available to you through the CBU Library; it is not comprehensive.
Use SciFinder as your core index to periodical literature in Chemistry.
Reading a scholarly article can be challenging for several reasons including an unfamiliar topic and professional language.