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1. Occurrence, distribution, and significance of arsenic speciation
Vanessa Reis and Armando C. Duarte
2. Biogeochemistry of arsenic in aquatic environments: the role of speciation
Nabeel Khan Niazi
3. Sampling and sampling processing: fit for purpose techniques
Roser Rubio, Jose-Fermin López-Sánchez and Angels Sahuquillo
4. Separation methods applied to arsenic speciation
5. Detection and quantification of arsenic compounds
6. Analytical approaches for proteomics and lipidomics of arsenic in algae
Ana Christina Freitas and Ana M. Gomes
7. Quality control and quality assurance issues in arsenic speciation
Jens Jorgen Sloth
8. Arsenic speciation in algae: case studies in Europe
Liam Morrison and Michael Monagail
9. Arsenic speciation in algae: case studies in Asia
Zhang Li and Lizhao Chen
10. Arsenic speciation in algae: case studies in American Continent
Oscar Schultze, Francisco Encina-Montoya, Rubén Olivares, Rolando Aguayo and Carlos Oberti-Grassau
11. The role of arsenic speciation in algae of food stocks
Liam Morrison and Michael Monagail
Arsenic Speciation in Algae, Volume 85, addresses the most important issues to consider during arsenic speciation in algae, including new sections on Occurrence, distribution, and significance of arsenic speciation, Biogeochemistry of arsenic in aquatic environments: the role of speciation, Sampling and sampling processing: fit for purpose techniques, Separation methods applied to arsenic speciation, Detection and quantification of arsenic compounds, Analytical approaches for proteomics and lipidomics of arsenic in algae, Quality control and quality assurance issues in arsenic speciation, Arsenic speciation in algae: case studies in Europe, and more.
- Features the latest content combined with the experience of our distinguished contributors
The industrial community, environmental monitoring authorities, and regulators who are concerned with establishing specific regulations for each individual species of arsenic. Academic and laboratory communities who develop research associated with algae and algae-based products
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Prof. Armando C. Duarte (http://www.cesam.ua.pt/aduarte) graduated in Chemical Engineering (1977) at the University of Oporto (Portugal) and obtained a PhD in Public Health Engineering (1981) at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (United Kingdom). In 2006, The Portuguese Science Foundation (www.fct.pt) awarded him a prize for Scientific Excellence and in 2013 he became a Member of the FCT Scientific Council for Natural and Environmental Sciences. He is a Professor of Environmental & Analytical Chemistry at the University of Aveiro (Portugal) since 1995, leader of a research group on the same subject, lecturer on Analytical Quality Control subjects, and either supervising or co-supervising many PhD students, some of whom became members of staff, both as lecturers and researchers. His highly-interdisciplinary research spans areas of comprehensive environmental and analytical chemistry, Qualimetrics, and analytical quality assurance, but also includes the assessment of the relevance of new concepts and integration of different ideas into widely accepted frameworks, especially when applied to sustainability. He co-authored more than 500 peer-reviewed publications leading to an h-factor of 47.
Professor of Environmental and Analytical Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro, Campus Universitario de Santiago, Aveiro, Portugal
Vanessa Alexandra Teixeira Reis graduated in Marine Sciences (2015) at the University of Aveiro (Portugal) and obtained a MSc in Biotechnology at the University of Aveiro in 2017. Her MSc work produced a publication in Trends in Analytical Chemistry (TrAC). She is particularly interested in the application of analytical chemistry to environmental pollution issues.
Department of Chemistry, University of Aveiro, Campus Universitário de Santiago, Aveiro, Portugal
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