A concise and handy guide to the numerous "recipes" for chemical solutions used in laboratories. In each chapter, preparations of one particular use, or related uses, are grouped alphabetically. Where appropriate, the use of the solutions are stated and cross reference made. Should meet most of the everyday requirements of chemistry, physics, biology and engineering laboratories. Contents: - Foreword - Abbreviations - Authors' Note - 1. Solutions-Basic Definitions - Molar and Normal Solutions. Standard Solutions. The Purity ofChemical Substances. 2. Solutions-Handling Techniques - Clean Apparatus. Measuring or Graduated Apparatus. The Pipette.The Burette. Making a Solution of Approximate Concentration.Making Standard Solutions by Weighing. Standardization of Solutionsby Titration. Cleaning Solutions. 3. Solutions for Titrations - Primary Standards- 1: Standardization of strong Acids. 2: Standardizationof Alkaline Solutions. 3: Standardization of OxidizingAgents. 4: Precipitation Reactions. 5: Iodine Titrations.Acids and Alkalis. Solutions For Redox Reactions- 1: Oxidizing Agents orOxidants. 2: Reducing Agents. Precipitation Titrations.Miscellaneous Titration Solutions. 4. Bench Solutions - Acids. Alkalis. Other Inorganic Reagents. 5. Indicators - Acid-base or pH Indicators. Screened Indicators. Mixed Indicators.Water-soluble Indicators. Other pH Indicators. Luminescent Indicators.Universal Indicators. Buffer Solutions. Indicators for PrecipitationTitrations. Adsorption Indicators. Starch Indicator for Iodine Titration.Indicators for Redox (Oxidation-reduction) Reactions. Titrimetric orVolumetric Indicators. Indicators for EDTA Titrations. 6. Organic Reagents and others used in Qualitative Analysis 7. Reagents used in Organic Chemistry 8. Biochemical Solutions and Reagents 9. Solutions in Histology 10. Physiological Salines and Culture SolutionsPhysiological Salines-Animal. Plant Culture Solutions. 11. Miscellaneous SolutionsSolutions for Making Indicator Papers. Electrolyte Solutions for Cellsand Electrolysis. Appendix Maximum Tolerances in Graduated Glassware Mathematical Tables Atomic Weight Table Simple First Aid Procedures Bibliograohy index
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