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Topic: Analytical Chemistry
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01/31/97
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Mathcad in Chemistry82035
This page contains links to Mathcad applications in chemistry. This includes links to other web pages, pointers to FTP sites, and a selection of Mathcad documents to download. If you would like to add something to this page: Send a brief description and the URL Send the Mathcad document as an email attachment (MIME or BinHex) Send the Mathcad document as the text of an email message (the document is already ASCII format) Upload the document to science.widener.edu/pub/contrib and inform me Fourier Transform with Mathcad: Mathcad documents showing how the Fourier Transform is implemented and how it extracts frequency information from a time domain signal. Link to Mathcad directory at Widener FTP site for additional Mathcad documents not listed on this page or if you have problems downloading with these links. Example Mathcad documents from the book Physical Chemistry Using Mathcad (to be published in early 1997) by Joseph H. Noggle at the University of Delaware.
Analytical Chemistry Hypermedia4428
The educational hypermedia on analytical chemistry from the Chemistry Hypermedia Project is migrating to a new and improved server. Please update your links and bookmarks to: Home Page: http://www.scimedia.com Introduction to Analytical Chemistry: http://www.scimedia.com/chem-ed/analytic/ac-intro.htm Analytical Chemistry Basics Tutorial: http://www.scimedia.com/chem-ed/analytic/ac-basic.htm Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry and Instrumentation: http://www.scimedia.com/chem-ed/analytic/ac-meths.htm THANKS! Virginia Tech Chemistry Department Home PageThis page was last modified on March 15, 1996
Analytical Chemistry Hypermedia4428
The educational hypermedia on analytical chemistry from the Chemistry Hypermedia Project is migrating to a new and improved server. Please update your links and bookmarks to: Home Page: http://www.scimedia.com Introduction to Analytical Chemistry: http://www.scimedia.com/chem-ed/analytic/ac-intro.htm Analytical Chemistry Basics Tutorial: http://www.scimedia.com/chem-ed/analytic/ac-basic.htm Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry and Instrumentation: http://www.scimedia.com/chem-ed/analytic/ac-meths.htm THANKS! Virginia Tech Chemistry Department Home PageThis page was last modified on March 15, 1996
Analytical Chemistry on the Internet43253
If you are missing some please read at the end of the document. 2nd Electronic Computational Chemistry Conference Home Page American Chemical Society: Division of Analytical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry (Ohio University) Analytical Chemistry Hypermedia Analytical Chemistry, (The Journal) Analytical Chemistry (The Journal's "hot articles") Analytical Chemistry Webbed Analytical Chemistry and Chemometrics (FU Berlin) The Analytical Chemistry Springboard The Analytical Spectroscopy Research Group (Uni. Chemometrics Workgroup (University of Wolverhampton) Dahlberg toolbox (ftp) Database on Publications in Chemometrics Database on Publications in Chemometrics Department of Instrumental Analysis (TIA) Eastern Analytical Symposium E 151 Institute of Analytical Chemistry (Vienna University of Technology) Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies Food Technology at KVL Denmark GAMS : Guide to Available Mathematical Software Gateway To The World (Neural Networks) Internet Catalogue Chemistry and Chemical Engineering InCINC'94 International Chemometrics InterNet Conference InCINC'96 International Chemometrics InterNet Conference Infometrix Home Page Laboratory for Analytical Chemistry (University of Nijmegen) The Minitab Multivariate Macro Library NAmICS (North American Chapter of the International Chemomtrics Society) Netlib Repository at UTK/ORNL (mathematical software, papers, and databases ) PrepNet home page Process Analysis Home Page The Process Sampling and Analysis Group (Subscription) The Royal Society of Chemistry, Analytical chemistry publications Rolf Claessen's Chemistry Index SciQuest (Scientific search engine for equipment, vendors, manufaturers etc. If you are missing an analytical or chemometrical site (your own or favourite one) please e-mail me and I will put it on the list.
SCIMEDIA Analytical Chemistry Basics38016
The goal of this on-line course is to provide the user with an introduction to some of the fundamental concepts and methods of analytical chemistry. The topics are arranged in the order in which they are typically presented in an undergraduate analytical chemistry course. Many of the reference documents that you will read contain links to remedial material and related topics. Use the remedial links when needed but skip the related topics since you will get to most of them eventually in the course. After reading a reference document, return to this page with the back arrow. Introduction to spectroscopy with descriptions of absorption, emission, scattering, and links to the Beer-Lambert Law and advanced examples.
ACS DAC Education in Analytical Chemistry31132
The Newsletter for Chemistry Technician Instructors is edited by John Kenkel with financial assistance from the Division. A wide-ranging listing on all aspects of education, maintained by Prof. The Editor urges directors of graduate programs in analytical chemistry to set up home pages for these programs, and to send the URL to the Editor for inclusion on this page! The graduate home page could be as simple as a listing of faculty with links to their pages and the address of the institution, or could include considerable detail about the program. Only home pages specific to analytical chemistry graduate programs will receive links from this page. Return to Division of Analytical Chemistry Home Page Last updated 1996 July 23, 23:20
Analytical Chemistry27015
Analytical chemistry occupies a special place among the subdisciplines of chemistry because almost all experimental chemists make use of analytical procedures in their research. One outstanding feature of analytical chemistry at Indiana University is the diversity of research being carried out by faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and students. Common interests of several research groups promote a constant exchange of ideas within the analytical subdiscipline, among faculty and students alike: Advances in separation techniques and chromatographic detectors are being applied to problems in several laboratories; Mass spectrometry is seeing considerable growth in the research groups of Clemmer, Hieftje, Hites, Novotny, and Reilly; The Peters group is doing collaborative electrochemical studies with faculty research groups in inorganic chemistry (Chisholm) and organic chemistry (Gajewski and Montgomery). Several faculty members in physical, organic, and biological chemistry have research programs that are strongly allied to modern analytical chemistry and are therefore of interest to analytical chemistry majors.
DTV database Browse List261515
--> HitsTitle - All documents 1 Analytical chemistry of cobalt 1 Analytical chemistry of elements 1 Analytical chemistry of fluorine 1 Analytical chemistry of foods 1 Analytical chemistry of gallium 1 Analytical chemistry of germanium 1 Analytical chemistry of liquid fuels sources. Tar sands, oil shale, coal, and petroleum. Base on a symposium cosponsored by the Divisions of petroleum chemistry and analytical chemistry at the 173. Including the analysis of the metals and their alloys 1 Analytical chemistry of neptunium 2 Analytical chemistry of nickel
The Analytical Chemistry Springboard251850
This is an attempt to present a comprehensive list of analytical chemistry resources on the Internet. You are invited to submit pages for indexing, as well as to correct errors you may find in the links. Analytical Techniques Atomic Spectroscopy Automated Methods Chemical Sensors Chemometrics Chromatography Electrochemistry Electron Spectroscopy Electrophoresis Elemental Analysis Good Practices [GLP/GMP] Lab Info Management Systems Mass Spectrometry Materials Science Miscellaneous Techniques Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Optical Molecular Spectroscopy Radiochemical Methods Sample Preparation Standardization Surface Analysis Thermal Methods X-Ray Spectroscopy Information Resources Departments on the Web e-mail List Servers Gopher News Servers Information Retrieval Meetings and Short Courses Miscellaneous Newsgroups Non-profit Organizations On-Line Journals On-Line Tutorials Other Information Resources Scientific Literature Sources Software for Analytical Chemistry Suppliers recommends when viewing these pages! Before making use of any information contained on this server or in links pointed to by our pages, you should read our limits of service statement by clicking the icon to the left. Click on the mail symbol to the left of this paragraph to send me your general comments on this compilation. If your browser is capable of handling forms, please click on the link box immediately above this table to submit or correct an URL.
Analytical Chemistry for Technicians Second Edition20010
The Second Edition of Analytical Chemistry for Technicians provides the "nuts and bolts" of analytical chemistry and focuses on the practical aspects for training a technician-level laboratory worker. Some of the topics that have been expanded include chemical equilibrium, chromatography, Kjeldahl method, and molarity and moles where EDTA and water hardness calculations are concerned. New discussions of the Ag/AgCl and combination pH electrodes have been added, while the discussion of ion-selective electrodes has been expanded. The chapter introducing instrumental analysis and computers now includes discussions of "y = mx + b" and the method of least squares. The book also includes discussions of FTIR, topics of NMR, and mass spectrometry, which are found in the new infrared spectrometry chapter. Catalog number L966 July 1994, c. 592 pp.
Resources in Chemistry18216223
Chemical Applications of the World-Wide-Web System Chemical On-line Presentations, Talks and Workshops Chemistry at the Center for Scientific Computing Computational Chemistry Crystallography in Europe Computational Chemistry Newsletter Electronic Computational Chemistry Conference (10/94) Gaussian basis sets from Environmental and Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) Hyperactive Molecules Using Chemical MIME Journal of Molecular Modelling Molecular modeling The CAUT Computational Chemistry Home Page University of Minnesota Jpn. ExPASy Molecular Biology Server (University of Geneva) Hyperactive Molecules Using Chemical MIME (WWW Display of 3D Chemical Information) Monosaccharide Browser (Investigate Monosaccharide Structure) Mjollnir (Chemical databases) NIH GenoBase Organic Chemistry Reviews (ChemKey Database) QCPE (Quantum Chemistry program exchange program library) Quantum Chemistry Acronyms Database UK Chemistry Database Service, Daresbury Protein Data Bank ChemDex Chemical Concepts ChemKey Search Database Chemical Physics Preprint Database CS ChemFinder Chemical Society of Japan Journal ExPASy Molecular Biology Server NIH GenoBase Organic Chemistry Reviews (ChemKey Database) Chemistry Database Service American Chemical Society ACS Organic Chemistry Division Arizona Fullerene Consortium Chemical Abstracts Service Chemical Engineering Digest Chemical Week Magazine Chemistry Textbooks in Print Archive CXF - Chemical Exchange Format Chemistry on the Internet: The Best of the Web 1995 Chemical Physics Preprint Database Chemistry Information Chemistry Information Chemistry Listings Chemistry Resource Page Chemistry reviews Chemsearch Corp - Industrial chemical recycling Computational Chemistry News DIALOG Online Search Manual E-mail List Servers Guide to Chemistry on the Internet Gopher News Servers Imperial College Information Retrieval in Chemistry Information Retrieval Instrumentation Companies InterNIC, Chemistry Info Joseph Warden's Internet Resources for Chemical Information Journal of Chemical Physics Express Laboratory Equipment Exchange Library of Congress, Global Electronic Library - Chemistry Meetings and Short Courses Miscellaneous Molecular Modelling National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) NCSA Digital Information System, Chemistry Newsgroups Non-profit Organization WWW Sites On-Line Journals On-Line Tutorials Other Information Resources Scientific Literature Sources Software for Analytical Chemistry TechExpo (On-line Exposition for Science and Technology) The 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry The Scientist TheWorld(TM) Guide to Chemistry University of Texas at Austin, Chemistry Library WebChemistry (1) WebChemistry (2) World-Wide Web Virtual Library-Chemistry (FREE ISIS/DRAW Software) Ohio Supercomputer Center Chemistry Archive for Mac The Sheffield Macintosh Archive of Chemistry Software (SMACS) SoftShell Online (ChemWeb GIF structure editor, ChemIntosh, etc. (FREE ISIS/DRAW Software) MicroMath Scientific Software National Institutes of Health Molecular Modeling Ohio Supercomputer Center Chemistry Software Archive Polar 2.0 for Windows (Simulator of Voltammograms) Prode Calculator for Chemical Engineers Simtel Windows Chemistry Software SoftShell Online (ChemWeb GIF structure editor, ChemWindow, etc.
Analytical Chemistry15128
Materials for Analytical Chemistry I are currently being developed and will be posted as soon as they become available. On-line testing and unit summaries will be made available after that. This material is copyright (C) 1996 James K. Hardy and The University of Akron. The material may not be copied, or otherwise redistributed without permission. View animations associated with course. Please mail comments and questions to jkh@odin.chemistry.uakron.edu
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY8294
Duties of an analytical chemist may include: Identification of elements or compounds present in the samples Ensuring the efficient running of a chemical plant by process monitoring Developing new or improved methods of analysis Quality control laboratory management
Analytical Chemistry Basics6117
This hypermedia track leads to introductory descriptions of some of the fundamental concepts and methods of analytical chemistry. The following topics are arranged in the order in which they are typically presented in an undergraduate analytical chemistry course. Definitions of accuracy and precision, and basic rules for significant figures. Brian Tissue maintains this hypermedia page in the Chemistry Department at Virginia Tech. Send any questions, comments, or suggestions to: Professor Brian Tissue, Department of Chemistry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0212 / (703) 231-3786 / TISSUE@VT.EDU
Chemistry Teaching Resources61635
This is an attempt to present a comprehensive list of chemistry teaching resources on the Internet. You are invited to submit pages for indexing, as well as to correct errors you may find in the links. Courses and Hypertexts Curiousities Related to Chemistry Curriculum Material Demonstrations and Experiments General Science Links Graphics and Visualizations History of Chemistry Journals On-Line Mailing Lists in Chemistry Matters of Public Concern Newsgroups and Mailing Lists Periodic Tables Reference Material Resource Lists for Chemistry Safety and Environment Software for Chemistry Suppliers Textbooks and Publishers Ultrashort Internet Glossary What's all this icon stuff? Before making use of any information contained on this server or in links pointed to by our pages, you should read our limits of service statement by clicking the icon to the left. This list is continuously maintained as a jump station to chemistry educational resources on the Internet. A click on the symbol next to this paragraph will take you for a surf past the home page of our analytical chemistry department.
Optimization explanation dep of Chemometrics in Analytical Chemistry348
This page is under construction. Each (industrial) product or process should be the best possible. This requires that it should be optimized with respect to the variables that have influence on the (quality of) the product or process. The way these variables influence the product or process is frequently unknown or partly known and there can be mutual effects which complicate the situation. optimization of a chemical reaction: obtaining a higher yield (more product). Simplex optimization Genetic Algorithms, see also the page on this subject Experimental Design
Analytical Chemistry ACS Division of2220
Information is offered on the topics listed below. Each is linked to more detailed listings around the world. The pages are under constant revision, and your suggestions will be welcomed by the Editor. NEW since October 25, 1996: Updated list of organizationsincluding expanded information on the Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry (London) and the Community of Science The Division's 1997 program plans Updated list of Officers of Subdivision of Chromatography and Separation Science The Division of Analytical Chemistry Home Pages are hosted by the Department
Analytical Chemistry Software2111
ESP: Electrochemical simulations package JCAMP-DX: Spectroscopy file viewer
Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies11419
The 1997 Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS) meeting will be held in Providence , Rhode Island - October 25 - 31, 1997 FACSS is a group consisting of: The American Chemical Society - Analytical Division, ANACHEM, The Analysis Division of the Instrument Society of America, The Coblentz Society , The Royal Society of Chemistry , and The Society for Applied Spectroscopy. If you are interested, here is a current list of the members of the FACSS governing board Scientific Program and Organization The FACSS meeting is one of the world's leading conferences in analytical chemistry, with over 1,700 participants and a program comprised of almost 1,000 presentations. This year, in addition to sessions on the core topics of atomic and molecular spectrometry, chromatography, and electroanalysis, there will be a special emphasis on bioanalytical, biomedical and pharmaceutical applications using mass spectrometry, NMR, optical spectroscopy and separation techniques. Also, FACSS will continue to have a variety of symposia that focus on applications of Raman spectroscopy.
Database on Publications in Chemometrics100
Analytical Chemistry01413
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