Could anyone recommend a good book for self-learning that provide a clear, step by step guide on solving such chemical equilibria questions.

It should cover the following topics: weak acid and strong base titration, buffers, redox reactions, electrochemical reactions, complexation reactions, potentiometric titrations.

Preferably, I would like it if the textbook also provide work solutions to the practice questions it gives. I heard that Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry by Skoog is good and covers the topics that I have listed above but I don't think it provides any worked solutions to its questions.

Any help will be much appreciated.


Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry is a fine book and it does have an student solution.

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