By: Geoffrey WH Potter
202 pages, 11 b/w photos, 8 col illus, 100 line illus
The author recognizes the extensive use of instrumental techniques in laboratories handling biological material and focuses on modern, sophisticated tools that are routinely available today. The approach is user-orientated. It combines sufficient theory with clear descriptions of instruments and practical advice on operating procedures - with enough about applications to give students a "feel" for the everyday relevance of analytical techniques in the modern world. This book should be of interest to (UK) 1st and 2nd year diploma and degree students in biochemistry and biological sciences.
All in all, this is a very useful book, and one that I feel students and laboratory supervisors will appreciate. It fills a great gap at the introductory level, without too much instrumental detail, introducing the main concepts, and offering a well tought-out approach to illustrate them. More importantly, it is priced for the student market, and would serve well as a recommended book for many analytical courses. - Chemistry in Britain
Introducing analysis; working in laboratories; spectroscopic techniques; electrochemical techniques; chromatographic techniques; electrophoresis; radiochemical techniques.
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