|LC Classifications||QD117 .K5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 310 p.|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||50005699|
Introduction to Quantitative Ultramicroanalysis has been compiled on the basis of reports published by numerous authors. It does not claim to offer an exhaustive treatment of ultramicroanalysis, but it summarizes data on the subject and related experimental methods and techniques, newly designed requisite equipment, Edition: 1. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kirk, Paul Leland, Quantitative ultramicroanalysis. New York, Wiley  (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Korenman, I. M. (Izrailʹ Mironovich), Introduction to quantitative ultramicroanalysis. New York, Academic Press, Introduction to Quantitative Ultramicroanalysis has been compiled on the basis of reports published by numerous authors. It does not claim to offer an exhaustive treatment of ultramicroanalysis, but it summarizes data on the subject and related experimental methods and techniques, newly designed requisite equipment, etc.
Quantitative Ultramicroanalysis by Paul L. Kirk, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Klappentext QUANTITATIVE ULTRAMICROANALYSIS QUANTITATIVE ULTRAMICROANALYSIS Paul L. Kirk, Ph. D. Professor of Biochemistry University of California John Wiley Sons, Inc., New York Chapjrnan Hall, Limited, London PREFACE Ultramicroanalysis is a field of analytical chemistry in which progress has to some extent paralleled the tremendous advances made . Introduction to quantitative research What is quantitative research? Research methods in education (and the other social sciences) are often divided into two main types: quantitative and qualitative methods. This book will discuss one of these two main strands: ‘quantitative methods’, and what distinguishes quantitative from. Judithe Sheard, in Research Methods (Second Edition), Introduction. Quantitative research, in contrast to qualitative research, deals with data that are numerical or that can be converted into basic methods used to investigate numerical data are called ‘statistics’. Statistical techniques are concerned with the organisation, analysis, interpretation and presentation of.
Book February Quantitative research methods, on the other hand, involve a larger sample, and do not require relatively a longer time for data collection. Some limitations are that. Quantitative approaches to conducting educational research differ in numerous ways from the qualitative methods we discussed in Chapter 6. You will learn about these characteristics, the quantitative research process, and the specifics of several different approaches to conducting quantitative research. 7. Introduction to Quantitative Ultramicroanalysis by Korenman, I. M. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at or quantitative values. 3 2 Descriptive Statistics Descriptive statistics are often used to describe variables. Descriptive statis-tics are performed by analyzing one variable at a time (univariate analysis). All researchers perform these descriptive statistics before beginning any type of data analysis.