Free Analytical Chemistry Textbooks

Analytical chemistry strives to define what matter is and how much of it exists. Students will study the composition of matter, its structure and look for new ways to improve established analytical methods and develop new ones.

Students of analytical chemistry will focus on improvements in experimental design, chemometrics, and explore possible new measurement tools that will provide better chemical information.

Analytical chemists are often relied upon to ensure our safety. The evaluate food, water and pharmaceutical quality and their adherence to environmental and governmental regulations. They also aid physicians in diagnosing disease.

List of Free Analytical Chemistry Textbooks

Analytical Chemistry 2.0

Written by: David Harvey

Revised from an earlier work, Analytical Chemistry 2.0 contains exercises with solutions, tips on using Excel, and method development and optimization.

Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy

Written by: Petra Schwille and Elke Haustein (Experimental Biophysics Group Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry)

Introduction to Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy by Petra Shwille and Elke Haustein of the Max-Planck-Instutitute for Biophysical Chemistry.

Handbook of Analytical Methods for Materials

Written by: Material Evaluation and Engineering, Inc.

Material Evaluation and Engineering, Inc., an independent materials characterization laboratory, is offering a free Handbook of Analytical Methods for Materials.

Principles of Instrumental Analysis

An earlier edition of the famed Principles of Instrumental Analysis analytical chemistry textbook by Skoog, Holler and Crouch.

The Expanding Role of Mass Spectrometry in Biotechnology

Written by: Gary Siuzdak, Sr. Director of the Center for Mass Spectrometry and Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology at The Scripps Research Institute

This free online analytical chemistry textbook is entitled The Expanding Role of Mass Spectrometry in Biotechnology. It was written by Gary Siuzdak.

Web-based Alkalinity Calculator

Written by: United States Geological Survey

A free web-based alkalinity calculator provided by the United States Geological Survey.

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