Analytical Chemistry/Modern Analytical Techniques

Analytical chemistry is the study of the separation, identification, and quantification of the chemical elements of natural and artificial materials. The qualitative analysis provides a sign of the identity of the chemical species within the sample, and the measurement determines the number of safe elements within the substance. The separation techniques of the elements are commonly performed before the analysis.

Analytical strategies can be separated into classical and instrumental. Classical strategies (also called wet chemistry methods) use separations such as precipitation, extraction and distillation and analysis by color, smell or freezing point. The classic measurement is achieved by measuring the weight or volume. Instrumental methods use an apparatus to measure the physical quantities of the analyte, such as light absorption, fluorescence or conductivity. The separation of materials is carried out by means of mistreatment, natural action or fractionation of field flow.

Analytical chemistry also focuses on improvements in experimental style, chemometrics and, therefore, the creation of the latest measurement tools to produce greater chemical information. Analytical chemistry has applications in forensic medicine, bioanalysis, clinical analysis, environmental analysis and materials analysis.

  • Modern Fluorescence Techniques

  • Modern Spectroscopic Techniques

  • Analytical methods like LC-MS, GC-MS, and NMR

  • Advanced Techniques of Mass Spectroscopy and its Applications

  • Advanced Chromatographic Techniques & its Applications

  • Modern Analytical Instruments

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