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Vols. 9-<10, 12A-12C, 12E, 14, 21-22, 28-29> edited by G. Svehla, have title: Wilson and Wilson's Comprehensive analytical chemistry. Vols. <33-38, 41, 59, 62> edited by D. Barceló, have title: Wilson & Wilson's comprehensive analytical chemistry. Some vols.: 1st ed. Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents. -- v. 1A, B, C. Classical analysis -- v. 2A, B, C, D. Electrical methods, physical separation methods -- v. 19. Analytical visible and ultraviolet spectrometry -- v. 20. Photometric methods in inorganic trace analysis -- v. 28. Kinetic methods in chemical analysis, application of computers in analytical chemistry -- v. 13. Analytical and biomedical applications of ion-selective field-effect transistors -- v. 3. Elemental analysis with minute samples, standards and standardization, separations by liquid amalgams, vacuum fusion analysis of gases in metals, electroanalysis in molten salts -- v. 4. Instrumentation for spectroscopy, analytical atomic absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy, diffuse reflectance spectroscopy -- v. 5. Emission spectroscopy, analytical microwave spectroscopy, analytical application of electron microscopy -- v. 6. Analytical infrared spectroscopy -- v. 7. Thermal methods in analytical chemistry, substoichiometric analytical methods. v. 8. Enzyme electrodes in analytical chemistry, molecular fluorescence spectroscopy, photometric titrations, analytical applications of interferometry -- v. 9. Ultraviolet photoelectron and photoion spectroscopy, auger electron spectroscopy, plasma excitation in spectrochemical analysis -- v. 10. Organic spot test analysis, the history of analytical chemistry -- v. 11. The application of mathematical statistics in analytical chemistry, mass spectrometry, ion selective electrodes -- v. 12. Thermal analysis. pt. A. Simultaneous thermoanalytical examinations by means of the derivatograph. -- v. 12. pt. B. Biochemical and clinical applications of thermometric and thermal analysis. -- v. 12. pt. C. Emanation thermal analysis and other radiometric emanation methods -- v. 12. pt. D. Thermophysical properties of solids their measurements and theoretical thermal analysis -- v. 13. Analysis of complex hydrocarbon mixtures -- pt. A. Separation methods -- v. 13. pt. B. Group analysis and detailed analysis. v. 14. Ion exchangers in analytical chemistry. Their properties and use in inorganic chemistry -- v. 15. Methods of organic analysis -- v. 16. Chemical Microscopy. Thermomicroscopy of organic compounds -- v. 17. Gas and liquid analyzers -- v. 21. New developments in conductimetric and oscillometric analysis -- v. 22. Titrimetric analysis in organic solvents -- v. 42. Non-destructive microanalysis of cultural heritage materials -- v. 55. Comprehensive two dimensional gas chromatography -- v. 71. Applications of Time-of-flight and orbitrap mass spectrometry in environmental, food, doping, and forensic analysis -- v. 72. Rapid Immunotests for clinical, food and environmental applications -- v. 73. The Quality of air -- v. 74. Biosensors for sustainable food, new opportunities and technical challenges -- v. 75. CHaracterization and analysis of microplastics -- v. 76. Green extraction techniques: principles, advances and applications -- v. 77. Past, present and future challenges of biosensors and bioanalytical tools in analytical chemistry: a tribute to Professor Marco Mascini -- v. 78. Recent advaces in the analysis of marine toxins.