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    Analytical Instrumentation

    By R. E. Sherman, Editor, and L. Rhodes, Associate Editor

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    This treatment of process analytical technology, by a distinguished array of experts, chronicles over 50 years of process analyzer development—from its origin in the research laboratory at Ludwigshafen in the late 1930s to a dynamic, worldwide technology in the early 1990s.

    Offering some theory and a lot of real-world, hands-on experience, this book is designed for field analyzer technicians, newly-graduated engineers-in-training, and knowledgeable manufacturer’s application personnel. Included are:

    • Drawings of sample systems that work and comments on ones that don’t work
    • Justifications and organization guidelines on process analyzer systems
    • Discussions on implementation issues including justification, purchasing, training, and validation
    • Descriptions of specific analyzer types and the fundamentals of application for a variety of situations

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    Item Details:

    Copyright: 1996
    Length: 728 pages
    ISBN: 978-1-55617-581-7
    Available Formats: Hardcover
    Publisher: International Society of Automation

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