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CHEM 447 Physical Methods of Analysis   Tags: chemistry, subject:chem course:447 year:2012 term:fall  

A reading list for students in Chem 447
Last Updated: Nov 22, 2013 URL: Print Guide
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Readings for Chem 447

The following readings are selected by Professor Michael Morris for students taking Chem 447 in 2012 Fall semester. The books are arranged in the alphabetical order of the first author/editor's name. If you have any issues with accessing these books online, please contact Chemistry Librarian Ye Li at or (734)615-5694.

Capillary Electrophoresis Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis (2008)

- Satinder Ahuja; Mohamedilias Jimidar

Chapter 2. Theoretical considerations in performance of various modes of CE

Chapter 3. Equipment considerations for capillary electrophoresis

Chapter 6. General considerations to improve performance of CE methods

Chapter 18 Coupling CE and microchip-based devices with mass spectrometry


Applied Chemometrics for Scientists (2007)

- Richard G. Brereton

Entire book

Fourier Transformation for Pedestrians (2006)

- Tilman Butz

Entire book


Confocal Raman Microscopy (2011)

- Thomas Dieing; Olaf Hollricher; Jan Toporski

Chapter 1. High-Resolution Optical and Confocal Microscopy

Chapter 2. Introduction to the Fundamentals of Raman Spectroscopy

Chapter 3. Raman Instrumentation for Confocal Raman Microscopy


Physical Principles of Electron Microscopy: An Introduction to TEM, SEM, and AEM

-Ray F. Egerton

Entire book


Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry (2007)

- Peter R. Griffiths; James A. De Haseth

Chapter 1. Introduction to Vibrational Spectroscopy

Chapter 2. Theoretical Background

Chapter 3. Sampling the Interferogram

Chapter 4. Fourier Transforms

Chapter 6. Other Components of FT-IR Spectrometers

Chapter 9. Quantitative Analysis

Chapter 15. Attenuated Total Reflection


Mass Spectrometry (2010)

- Jürgen H. Gross

Entire book

NMR spectroscopy explained : simplified theory, applications and examples for organic chemistry and structural biology (2007)

- Neil E Jacobsen

Chapter 1.Fundamentals of NMR Spectroscopy in Liquids

Chapter 2. Interpretation of Proton (1H) NMR Spectra

Chapter 3. NMR Hardware and Software

Chapter 4. Carbon-13 (13C) NMR Spectroscopy


Atomic Force Microscopy, Scanning Nearfield Optical Microscopy and Nanoscratching: Application to Rough and Natural Surfaces

-Gerd Kaupp

Chapter 1. Atomic Force Microscopy

Microfluidics: Technologies and Applications (2011)

- Bingcheng Lin

Entire book


Confocal microscopy and multiphoton excitation microscopy : the genesis of live cell imaging (2006)

- Barry R. Masters

Chapter 2. The Optical Microscope: Its Principles, Components, and Limitations

Chapter 7. Optical Sectioning (Depth Discrimination) with Different Scanning Techniques: The Beginnings of Confocal Microscopy

Chapter 8. The Development of Scanning-Slit Confocal Systems for Imaging Live Cells, Tissues, and Organs

Chapter 11. Multiphoton Excitation Microscopy

Chapter 12. Theory and Instrumentation of Multiphoton Excitation Microscopy


Emerging Raman Applications and Techniques in Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Fields (2010)

-Pavel Matousek; Michael D. Morris

Chapter 1. Laser, Spectrographs, and Detectors

Chapter 2. Fiber-Optic Raman Probes for Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Applications

Chapter 3. Characterisation of Deep Layers of Tissue and Powders: Spatially Offset Raman and Transmission Raman Spectroscopy

Chapter 8. Chemometric Methods for Biomedical Raman Spectroscopy and Imaging

LC-MS in Drug Bioanalysis (2012)

-Q. Alan Xu; Timothy L. Madden;

Entire book

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