This book provides a clear and concise understanding of the principles, applications and limitations of the various techniques involved in analytical chemistry. It covers all major areas such as qualitative analysis, quantitative analysis, data analysis, analysis of organic compounds, separation and purification techniques, electroanalytical techniques and spectroanalytical techniques. Analysis of any constituents qualitatively and quantitatively is important to any scientific field. Analytical chemistry is a collection of analytical methods. It is an approach to study chemical problems. It is the ideal place in the undergraduate curriculum in science for explaining topics such as common laboratory tools and apparatus, volumetric, gravimetric and instrumental methods. Analytical chemistry is a sub discipline of chemistry that has the broad mission of understanding the chemical composition of all matter and developing the tools to elucidate such compositions. This differs from other sub disciplines of chemistry in that it is not intended to understand the physical basis for the observed chemistry as with physical chemistry and it is not intended to control or direct chemistry as is often the case in organic chemistry and it is not necessarily intended to provide engineering tactics as are often used in materials science. This book is plays a vital role in many disciplines like chemistry, physics, biology and industrial process. Scientists, engineers and technicians in all fields of chemistry, biotechnology, water resources, engineering and medicine often need information from chemical analysis.