Analytical Techniques in Environmental Chemistry 2 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080287409, 9781483161563

Analytical Techniques in Environmental Chemistry 2

1st Edition

Proceedings of the Second International Congress, Barcelona, Spain, November 1981

Editors: J. Albaiges
eBook ISBN: 9781483161563
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1982
Page Count: 484
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Description

Analytical Techniques in Environmental Chemistry 2 focuses on the establishment of analytical techniques in the management of compounds relative to their effects on health and nature. The book stresses that these analytical techniques are essential in order to cope with the problems arising from the utilization of these compounds. The selection contains the contributions of authors who have continuously performed studies on the analysis of organic and inorganic pollutants and monitoring strategies or case histories of compounds. These pieces focus on the role of analytical chemistry in the control of compounds, particularly if the compounds are seen to pose threat to health and the environment. The text presents studies on the determination of how these compounds can become pollutants, which are emphasized by the experiments and laboratory procedures mentioned in the book. Through research on hazardous compounds in different areas, the book manages to point out the differences of how these compounds can affect the environment and health. The text then proceeds by presenting various analytical techniques that could be employed to mitigate the hazardous nature of these compounds. The book is a reliable source of information for scholars and readers who are interested in studying how to control the hazardous effects of compounds both on health and the environment.

Table of Contents


Monitoring Strategies

The Role of Analytical Chemistry in a Toxic Substance Spill into the Aquatic Environment

Spatial and Seasonal Variations in Concentration of Trihalomethanes in Drinking Water

Detection and Assessment of Trace Metal Pollution in Kuwait's Marine Environment

Heavy Metal Contamination of Soils at Biscay

Trace Metal Mass Balance in a Flowing Ecosystem

Diagenesis of Terrigenous and Marine Organic Matter along the St. Lawrence Estuary

Design, Installation and Operation of a Regional Air Quality Network in the Faja Petrolifera del Orinoco, Venezuela

Organic Analysis

A Master Analytical Scheme for Organics in Water

The Determination of Organics in Drinking Water

Analysis of Organic Priority and Non-Priority Pollutants in Environmental Samples by GC/MS/COMPUTER Systems

The Computer Aided Interpretation of Mass-Spectra of Organic Pollutants in Surface Water

Detection and Identification of Water Pollutants by Means of Resonance Raman Spectroscopy

Analysis of Alkoxylate Types of Non-Ionic Surfactants in Waters and Effluents

The Ligand-Exchange Technique in the Recovery of Organic Pollutants from Water

Study of Ecosystem Dynamics of Natural Waters by Optical Measurements

Bioassay of Toxic Substances for Ciliated Protozoa

Effect of Acute Administration of Chlorinated Water on Hypothalamic Norepinephrine Content

Detection Limits in Liquid Chromatography

Evaluation of An Automated HPLC System Having Multiple Detectors

New Sample Handling and Detection Techniques for the Chromatographic Analysis of Pollutants

The Determination of Organic Contaminant Concentrations in Workplace Atmospheres by HPLC

Combination of High-Performance Chromatographic Methods for the Analysis of Aromatic Hydrocarbon Pollutants in Marine Biota

Chromatographic Analysis of Herbicides in Soil and Water

Gas Chromatographic Determination of Several Cyclodiene Insecticides in the Presence of PCB's by Photoisomerization Reactions

Algorithms for the Quantitative Determination of PCB's in the Chromatograms of Organochlorinated Contaminants: Application to Samples of Sediments and Marine Organisms

The Identification of Mutagenic Chemical Species in Air Participate Samples

Sampling and Determination of Polychlorodibenzo-p-dioxins,-Dibenzofurans and their Precursors in the Incineration Process of Urban Wastes

Techniques for Atmospheric Analysis

Application of Colorimetric Techniques to the Measurement of Pesticides in Air

Determination of Phenylmercuric Acetate in Air by AAS and GC

Inorganic Analysis

Physico-Chemical Speciation of Trace Metals in Environmental Samples

Automated Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis for Diverse Environmental Samples

X-ray Spectrometry as an Analytical Tool for Environmental Analysis: Present and Future Using HgI2 Detectors

Analysis of Microsamples of Toxic Dusts in the Steelmaking Industry by X-Ray Diffraction

Trace Elements in Coal by X-Ray Emission Spectroscopy

Leachability Study for Some Heavy Metals from Urban Solid Waste Incinerators Bottom Ash

Some Studies with Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission Spectroscopy for Environmental Analysis

The Use of Inductively Coupled Plasma Emission Spectroscopy for the Analysis of Environmental Samples

Simultaneous Determination of 31 Elements in Lacustrine Sediments by ICP

Determination of Aluminum in River Water by ICP-AES

Some Novel Functional Resins for the Collection of Water Pollutants

Identification of Chemical Compounds of the Marine Aerosols Using Raman Micropobe MOLE

Environmental Trace Analyses with the Stabilized Temperature Platform Furnace and Zeeman Background Correction

Flame AAS Determination of Antimony in Atmospheric Particulates Using Generation of the Covalent Hydride

Determination of Submicrogram Levels of Molybdenum in Environmental Samples by Pulse Polarograhy

Inexpensive ISE's with Solid Sensor Coatings Applied to Electrically Conductive Epoxy

Determination of Particulate and Gaseous Fluoride in the Athosphere of Valladolid, Spain

Criteria for Methodology Selection in Trace Metal Analysis

Some Aspects of the Evaluation of Environmental Reference Samples-A Look at the Material Homogeneity and Statistical Approaches for Collaborative Tests

Heavy Metals in the Low-Rhone River. Effect on the Ground Water

Heavy Metals in Sediments of the Bilbao Estuary

Index

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No. of pages:
484
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1982
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483161563

About the Editor

J. Albaiges