In this post, we will see the book Quantitive Analysis by V. N. Alexeyev.
About the book
The present book is sequel to the author’s Qualitative Analysis and Course of Qualitative Chemical Semimicroanalysis. Therefore it does not deal with many theoretical questions, which are fully discussed in these books, at equal length in a course of quantitative analysis. In all such instances merely a brief mention is made of the relevant principles and results, with a reference to the appropriate sections in the textbooks of qualitative analysis. Exceptions are made in discussion of the theoretical principles of activity, the salt effect (§ 20) and oxidation potentials (§ 78). These subjects are the most difficult for students and, moreover, they are often considered only in courses of quantitative analysis. The author’s aim was to correlate theory with the practice of anal ysis and, as in the textbooks of qualitative analysis, to make the theory easily understood by students.The question of physico-chemical methods of analysis and their place in a course of quantitative analysis is a very serious problem. Only two such methods are considered in detail in the book: colorimetry (visual) and electrogravimetric analysis. Conductometry, potentiometry, polarography, and photocolorimetry are considered only in outline, without descriptions of the methods or examples of determinations.
The book was translated from Russian by E. Uvarov was published in 1969 first by Mir Publishers. There are several reprints in later year.
Original scan from Digital Library of India.
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Editorial Note 11
Chapter I. Introduction 13
Chapter II. Gravimetric Analysis 65
Chapter III. Examples of Gravimetric Determinations 152
Chapter IV. Volumetric Analysis 188
Chapter V. The Neutralisation Method 228
Chapter VI. Examples of Determinations by the Neutralisation Method 292
Chapter VII. Oxidation-Reduction; Methods (Oxidimetry) 312
Chapter VIII. Methods of Precipitation and Complex Formation 393
Chapter IX. Colorimetry 423
Chapter X. Electrochemical Methods of Analysis 463