This second edition has been completely revised and updated. The text has been expanded to include a section on validation of integrators in response to regulatory requirements for quality and validation. A literature survey, additional diagrams and Author Index have also been added. The book describes and discusses both manual and electronic techniques used, with the aim of aiding analysts to obtain more data from their chromatograms, and assist them with understanding how integrators work so that results are not accepted unquestioningly.
This book should be read by and be available to the practising chromatographer. There is no doubt that, if all chromatographers were aware of the topics described in this book, better results would be reported from analytical laboratories. (Reviewing First Edition). -- Analytica Chimica Acta, 249 (1991) Analytica Chimica Acta "... a practical organisation of content ... well-illustrated ... very easy to read and to understand." -- Nahrung, 43, (1999), Nr 1 Nahrung "... will interest all chromatographers." -- Analusis Magazine, 1999, 1, No 3, Page 29 Analusis (USE ANALYTICAL AND BIOANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY) "... an excellent book ... a must for all laboratories." -- Trends in Analytical Chemistry, Vol 18, No 4, 1999, p xi Trends in Analytical Chemistry - Do not send reviews
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