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Laboratorium Divisi Kimia Anorganik Di Gedung Baru Departemen Kimia FMIPA IPB Untuk Peningkatan Kualitas Pelayanan Pendidikan

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Laboratorium Penelitian Divisi Kimia Anorganik Di Gedung Baru

Setelah sempat berpindah-pindah gedung, Alhamdulillah akhirnya Departemen Kimia FMIPA IPB memiliki gedung sendiri dengan berbagai fasilitas yang mendukung proses kegiatan perkuliahan dan praktikum. Fasilitas yang sangat diutamakan tentunya adalah laboratorium karena  kegiatan praktikum dan penelitian mahasiswa yang dilakukan di laboratorium merupakan sarana aplikasi ilmu kimia. Gedung Departemen Kimia terdiri dari tiga level dan dua wing. Level satu wing satu merupakan area untuk Laboratorium Divisi Kimia Organik dan level dua wing dua merupakan area untuk Laboratorium Divisi Kimia Analitik. Level dua wing satu merupakan area untuk Laboratorium Divisi Kimia Fisik dan level dua wing dua merupakan area untuk Divisi Kimia Anorganik. Level tiga wing satu merupakan area sekertariat Departemen Kimia dan level tiga wing dua merupakan area Laboratorium Bersama.

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Chemistry Ebook: Recommended Methods of Manure Analysis

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Brief Content Of Recommended Methods of Manure Analysis Ebook:
Unit I
Sampling Livestock Waste for Analysis
1. Introduction
2. Sampling livestock waste
2.1 Technique
2.2 Time
2.3 Storage management
3. Sampling recommendations
4.Recommended procedures for sampling livestock waste
4.1 Solid manure dairy, beef, swine, poultry
4.2 Liquid manure dairy, beef, swine
4.3 Sample identification and delivery
5. References
Unit II
Laboratory Quality Assurance Program
1. Introduction
2. Components of a quality control program
3. Assessment of quality control
4. Statistical control and control charts
5. References

Chemistry Ebook: Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation, Interpretation, and Applications

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The first part of this book is dedicated to a discussion of mass spectrometry (MS) instrumentation. We start with a list of basic definitions and explanations (Chapter 1). Chapter 2 is devoted to the mass spectrometer and its building blocks. In this chapter we describe in relative detail the most common ion sources, mass analyzers, and detectors. Some of the techniques are not extensively used today, but they are often cited in the MS literature, and are important contributions to the history of MS instrumentation. In Chapter 3 we describe both different fragmentation methods and several typical tandem MS analyzer configurations. Chapter 4 is somewhat of an outsider. Separation methods is certainly too vast a topic to do full justice in less than twenty pages. However, some separation methods are used in such close alliance with MS that the two techniques are always referred to as one combined analytical tool, for example, GC-MS and LC-MS. In effect, it is almost impossible to study the MS literature without coming across at least one separation method. Our main goal with Chapter 4 is, therefore, to facilitate an introduction to the MS literature for the reader by providing a short summary of the basic principles of some of the most common separation methods that have been used in conjunction with mass spectrometry.

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