Trends in Analytical Chemistry: Reference Edition

Trends in Analytical Chemistry: Reference Edition

by D. Coleman
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0444504087

ISBN-13: 9780444504081

Pub. Date: 12/01/1999

Publisher: Elsevier Science

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ISBN-13:
9780444504081
Publisher:
Elsevier Science
Publication date:
12/01/1999
Series:
TrAC Compendium Series
Pages:
740

Table of Contents

A selection of the contents. Internet Column. The Beilstein NetFire System (S.R. Heller). Trends. Predicting environmental fate parameters with infrared spectroscopy (T.W. Collette). Recent progress in atmospheric pressure ionization mass spectrometry (A. Hirabayashi et al.). Remote electrochemical sensors for monitoring inorganic and organic pollutants (J. Wang). The use of ultrafiltration and column liquid chromatography for on-line fermentation monitoring (N.C. van de Merbel). Sol-gel glass as a matrix for chemical and biochemical sensing (J.L. Lin, C.W. Brown). Isomer generators in structure elucidation (M. Badertscher et al.). Selectivity of carrier-based ion-selective electrodes: is the problem solved? (E. Bakker). Molecularly imprinted polymers: useful materials for analytical chemistry? (A.G. Mayes, K. Mosbach). Recent progress in open tubular liquid chromatography (R. Swart et al.). Advances in stationary phase development in suppressed ion chromatography (P.E. Jackson, C.A. Pohl). Conformation zoning of large molecules using the analytical ultracentrifuge (G.M. Pavlov et al.). Wavelets: something for analytical chemistry? (B. Walczak, D.L. Massart). Biochemical modifications of membrane ion-selective sensors (R. Koncki et al.). Novel monitoring strategies for xenoestrogens (A.J. Oosterkamp et al.). Analysis of industrial effluents to determine endocrine-disrupting chemicals (M. Castillo, D. Barceló).

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