A companion volume to "Analytical Biochemistry", this book shows students how to apply theoretical knowledge to solve the kind of problems encountered by analytical biochemistry in industry and working laboratories. The book comprises 40 problems based on authentic data, covering major areas of analytical biochemistry including: assessment of quantitative methods; molecular spectroscopy; atomic spectroscopy; gas liquid chromatography; high performance liquid chromatography; ionic separations; radioisotopes; enzyme assays and automated flow analysis. Each of the nine sections is preceded by a summary of the background knowledge and concepts required to solve the problems, and includes references to specific sections in "Analytical Biochemistry" for further reading, where relevant. The book provides background knowledge and concepts required to solve the problems. A number of questions have been left unanswered to allow class use of the text.