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A Textbook of Instrumental Methods of Analysis

B.PHARM (SEM. VII)

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  • ISBN: 9789395596466
  • Published : February 2024
  • Book Language : English
  • Edition : First
  • Format : Paperback
  • Pages : 210
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B.PHARM (SEM. VII)
PHARMACY
A Textbook of Instrumental Methods of Analysis

The contents of the book Instrumental Methods of Analysis are designed and conform to the syllabi laid down by Pharmacy Council of India, which is mandatory and followed by all Pharmacy Institutes throughout the India. This book intended for B. Pharmacy course. The book comprises total 05 units, exactly in the same order and with same contents as prescribed in syllabi of Pharmacy Council of India.
All the Units have been much simplified to the need and grasp of the students with sufficient illustrations, process flow charts, figures and examples, so that students find them interesting.
All these units have Long Answers Questions and Short Answer Questions bank at the end of each unit. Here, we expect good and positive response for this book by both the students and subject teachers for its quality and style of presentation, deep content and lucid explanatory language.
We wish an enjoyable learning for the students and satisfactory teaching for the teachers of subject Instrumental Methods of Analysis.

1. Chapter 
UV – Visible Spectrosocpy
1.1 Electronic Transitions
1.2 Chromophores
1.3 Auxochromes
1.4 Spectral Shifts
1.5 Solvent Effect on Absorption Spectra
1.6 Beer And Lambert’s Law
1.7 Derivation And Deviations
1.8 Instrumentation
1.9 Sources of Radiation
1.10 Wavelength Selectors
1.11 Sample Cells
1.12 Detectors
1.13 Photo Tube
1.14 Photomultiplier Tube
1.15 Photo Voltaic Cell
1.16 Silicon Photodiode
1.17 Applications
1.18 Spectrophotometric titrations
1.19 Single component and multi component analysis

2. Chapter 
Fluorimetry
2.1 Theory
2.2 Concepts of Singlet, Doublet and Triplet Electronic States
2.3 Internal and External Conversions
2.4 Factors Affecting Fluorescence
2.5 Quenching
2.6 Instrumentation and Applications

3. Chapter 
IR Spectrosocpy
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Fundamental modes of vibrations in poly atomic molecules
3.3 Sample handling
3.4 Factors affecting vibrations
3.5 Instrumentation
3.6 Sources of radiation
3.7 Wavelength selectors
3.8 Detectors – Golay cell
3.9 Bolometer
3.10 Thermocouple
3.11 Thermister
3.12 Pyroelectric detector and applications

4. Chapter 
Flame Photometry
4.1 Flame Photometry
4.2 Principle
4.3 Interferences
4.4 Instrumentation and Applications

5. Chapter 
Atomic Absorption Spectrosocpy
5.1 Principle
5.2 Interferences
5.3 Instrumentation and Applications

6. Chapter 
Nephloturbidometry
6.1 Principle
6.2 Instrumentation
6.3 Applications

7. Chapter 
Introduction To Chromatography
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Theories of Chromatography
7.3 Principle
7.4 Classification of Chromatography

8. Chapter 
Adsorption Chromatography
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Principle
8.3 Methodology
8.4 Types of adsorption chromatography
8.5 Limitations ofadsorption chromatography
8.6 Applications

9. Chapter 
Thin Layer Chromatography
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Principle
9.3 Methodology
9.4 Rf values
9.5 Advantages
9.6 Disadvantages and Applications

10. Chapter 
Paper Chromatogrraphy
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Methodology
10.3 Development Techniques
10.4 Advantages, Disadvantages and Applications

11. Chapter 
Electrophoresis
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Factors affecting electrophoretic mobility
11.3 Techniques of paper
11.4 Gel
11.5 Capillary electrophoresis
11.6 Applications

12. Chapter 
Gas Chromatography
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Theory
12.3 Instrumentation
12.4 Derivatization
12.5 Temperature Programming
12.6 Advantages, Disadvantages And Applications

13. Chapter 
High Performace Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Theory
13.3 Instrumentation
13.4 Advantages and applications

14. Chapter 
Ion-Exchange Chromatography
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Classification
14.3 Ion exchange resins
14.4 Properties
14.5 Mechanism of ion exchange process
14.6 Factors affecting ion exchange
14.7 Methodology and applications

15. Chapter 
Gel Chromatography
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Theory
15.3 Instrumentation
15.4 Applications

16. Chapter 
Affinity Chromatography
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Theory
16.3 Instrumentation
16.4 Applications

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