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Vol Part Year Contents
I A 1959 Analytical Processes; Gas Analysis; Inorganic Qualitative Analysis; Organic Qualitative Analysis; Inorganic Gravimetric Analysis
I B 1960 Inorganic Titrimetric Analysis; Organic Quantitative Analysis
I C 1962 Analytical Chemistry of the Elements
II A 1964 Electrochemical Analysis; Electrodeposition; Potentiometric Titrations; Conductometric Titrations; High-frequency Titrations
II B 1968 Liquid Chromatography in Columns; Gas Chromatography; Ion Exchangers; Distillation
II C 1971 Paper and Thin-Layer Chromatography
II D 1975 Coulometric Analysis
III   1975 Elemental Analysis with MinuteSamples; Standards and Standardization; Separations by Liquid Amalgams; Vacuum Fusion Analysis of Gases in Metals; Electroanalysis in Molten Salts
IV   1975 Instrumentation for Spectroscopy; Atomic Absorption and Fluorescence Spectroscopy; Diffuse Reflectance Spectroscopy
V   1975 Emission Spectroscopy; Analytical Microwave Spectroscopy; Analytical Applications of Electron Microscopy
VI   1976 Analytical Infrared Spectroscopy
VII   1976 Thermal Methods in Analytical Chemistry; Substoichiometric Analytical Methods
VIII   1977 Enzyme Electrodes in Analytical Chemistry; Molecular Fluorescence Spectroscopy
IX   1979 Ultraviolet Photoelectron and Photoion Spectroscopy; Auger Electron Spectroscopy; Plasma Excitation in Spectrochemical Analysis
X   1980 Organic Spot Test Analysis; The History of Analytical Chemistry
XI   1981 The Application of Mathematical Statistics in Analytical Chemistry
XII A 1981 Thermal Analysis: Simultaneous Thermoanalytical Examinations by Means of the Derivatograph
XII B 1982 Thermal Analysis: Biochemical and Clinical Applications of Thermometric and Thermal Analysis
XII C 1984 Thermal Analysis: Emanation Thermal Analysis and Other Radiometric Emanation Methods
XII D 1984 Thermal Analysis: Thermophysical Properties of Solids
XII E 1990 Thermal Analysis: Pulse Method of Measuring Basic Thermophysical Parameters
XIII A 1981 Analysis of Complex Hydrocarbons: Separation Methods
XIII B 1981 Analysis of Complex Hydrocarbons: Group Analysis and Detailed Analysis
XIV   1982 Ion Exchangers in Analytical Chemistry
XV   1983 Methods of Organic Analysis
XVI   1982 Chemical Microscopy; Thermomicroscopy of Organic Compounds
XVII   1982 Gas and Liquid Analyzers
XVIII   1983 Kinetic Methods in Chemical Analysis; Application of Computers in Analytical Chemistry
XIX   1986 Analytical Visible and Ultraviolet Spectrometry
XX   1985 Photometric Methods in Inorganic Trace Analysis
XXI   1988 New Developments in Conductimetric and Oscillometric Analysis
XXII   1986 Titrimetric Analysis in Organic Solvents
XXIII   1988 Analytical and Biomedical Applications of Ion-Selective Field-Effect Transistors
XXIV   1989 Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis
XXV   1990 Preconcentration of Trace Elements
XXVI   1990 Radionuclide X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis
XXVII   1992 Analytical Voltammetry
XXVIII   1991 Analysis of Substances in the Gaseous Phase
XXIX   1992 Chemiluminescence Immunoassay
XXX   1996 Spectrochemical Trace Analysis for Metals and Metalloids
XXXI   1996 Surfactants in Analytical Chemistry: Applications of Organized Amphiphilic Media
XXXII   1999 Environmental Analytical Chemistry