Sample Preparation for Trace Element Analysis - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444511010, 9780080545486

Sample Preparation for Trace Element Analysis, Volume 41

1st Edition

Authors: Zoltan Mester Ralph Sturgeon
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444511010
eBook ISBN: 9780080545486
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 16th December 2003
Page Count: 1338
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Table of Contents

  1. Sampling and Sample Preservation for Trace Element Analysis (B.G. Kratochvil).
  2. Sources of Analyte Contamination and Loss during the Analytical Process (P. Schramel, G. Knapp.
  3. Calibration approaches for trace element determination (D.C. Baxter, I. Rodushkin).
  4. Stated references for ensuring traceability of trace element analysis (Ph. Quevauviller).
  5. Detection Methods for the Quantitation of Trace Elements (L. Ebdon et al.).
    Digestion and extraction approaches.
  6. Wet digestion methods (H. Matusiewicz).
  7. Dry ashing (M. Hoenig).
    8 Microwave based extraction (E.E. King, D. Barclay).
  8. Fusion and fluxes (F. Claisse).
  9. Supercritical fluid extraction (J.M. Bayona et al.).
  10. Accelerated Solvent Extraction of Organometallic and Inorganic Compounds (J. Ezzell).
  11. Sonication as sample preparation method for elemental analysis (K. Ashley).
  12. Solid Phase Microextraction as a Tool for Trace Element determination (Z. Mester, R. Sturgeon).
  13. Solid phase extraction (V. Camel).
  14. Chelation solvent extraction for separation of metal ions (Taketoshi Nakahara, Hideyuki Itabashi).
  15. Cryogenic trapping for speciation analysis (O.F.X. Donard et al.).
  16. Biotrapping as an alternative to metal preconcentration and speciation (C. Camara, Y. Madrid).
  17. Membrane extraction (Jan &Åring;ke J&öuml;nsson, L. Mathiasson).
  18. Derivatization and Vapor Generation Methods for Trace Element Analysis and Speciation (Yong Cai).
  19. Laser ablation sampling (R.E Russo, D.P. Baldwin).
  20. Flow injection techniques for sample pretreatment (Zhao-Lun Fang).
  21. Automation of sample preparation (M.D. Luque de Castro, J.L. Luque Garc&íacute;a).
    Matrices
  22. Sample Preparation for Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Polymers (R.I. Botto).
  23. Sample preparation of geological samples, soils and sediments (P.J. Potts, P. Robinson).
  24. Sample preparation for food analysis (M. Ihnat).
  25. The Determination of Trace Elements in Water (S. Willie).
  26. Aerosol sampling and sample preparation for elemental analysis (J. Hlavay).
  27. Sample preparation for industrial waste analysis (R. Clement, P. Drouin).
  28. Sample preparation for semiconductor materials (Katsu Kawabata et al.).
    Trace element speciation
  29. Sampling and sample treatment in the analysis of organotin compounds in environmental samples (R. Morabito).
  30. Sample preparation for arsenic speciation (W. Goessler, D. Kuehnelt).
  31. Sample preparation for speciation of selenium (J.A. Caruso et al.).
  32. Sample preparation for mercury speciation (H. Hintelmann).
  33. Sample preparation for speciation of lead(F.C. Adams, M. Heisterkamp).
  34. Sample preparation for chromium speciation (M.De La Guardia, A. Morales-Rubio).
  35. Sample preparation for metal-based drugs (R. Barefoot).
  36. Sample preparation for speciation analysis for metallobiomolecules (R. Lobinski et al.).
  37. Sample preparation for the analysis of volatile metal species (J. Feldmann).
  38. Sequential extraction (G. Rauret, A. Sahuquillo).

Description

  1. Sampling and Sample Preservation for Trace Element Analysis (B.G. Kratochvil).
  2. Sources of Analyte Contamination and Loss during the Analytical Process (P. Schramel, G. Knapp.
  3. Calibration approaches for trace element determination (D.C. Baxter, I. Rodushkin).
  4. Stated references for ensuring traceability of trace element analysis (Ph. Quevauviller).
  5. Detection Methods for the Quantitation of Trace Elements (L. Ebdon et al.).
    Digestion and extraction approaches.
  6. Wet digestion methods (H. Matusiewicz).
  7. Dry ashing (M. Hoenig).
    8 Microwave based extraction (E.E. King, D. Barclay).
  8. Fusion and fluxes (F. Claisse).
  9. Supercritical fluid extraction (J.M. Bayona et al.).
  10. Accelerated Solvent Extraction of Organometallic and Inorganic Compounds (J. Ezzell).
  11. Sonication as sample preparation method for elemental analysis (K. Ashley).
  12. Solid Phase Microextraction as a Tool for Trace Element determination (Z. Mester, R. Sturgeon).
  13. Solid phase extraction (V. Camel).
  14. Chelation solvent extraction for separation of metal ions (Taketoshi Nakahara, Hideyuki Itabashi).
  15. Cryogenic trapping for speciation analysis (O.F.X. Donard et al.).
  16. Biotrapping as an alternative to metal preconcentration and speciation (C. Camara, Y. Madrid).
  17. Membrane extraction (Jan &Åring;ke J&öuml;nsson, L. Mathiasson).
  18. Derivatization and Vapor Generation Methods for Trace Element Analysis and Speciation (Yong Cai).
  19. Laser ablation sampling (R.E Russo, D.P. Baldwin).
  20. Flow injection techniques for sample pretreatment (Zhao-Lun Fang).
  21. Automation of sample preparation (M.D. Luque de Castro, J.L. Luque Garc&íacute;a).
    Matrices
  22. Sample Preparation for Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Polymers (R.I. Botto).
  23. Sample preparation of geological samples, soils and sediments (P.J. Potts, P. Robinson).
  24. Sample preparation for food analysis (M. Ihnat).
  25. The Determination of Trace Elements in Water (S. Willie).
  26. Aerosol sampling and sample preparation for elemental analysis (J. Hlavay).
  27. Sample preparation for industrial waste analysis (R. Clement, P. Drouin).
  28. Sample preparation for semiconductor materials (Katsu Kawabata et al.).
    Trace element speciation
  29. Sampling and sample treatment in the analysis of organotin compounds in environmental samples (R. Morabito).
  30. Sample preparation for arsenic speciation (W. Goessler, D. Kuehnelt).
  31. Sample preparation for speciation of selenium (J.A. Caruso et al.).
  32. Sample preparation for mercury speciation (H. Hintelmann).
  33. Sample preparation for speciation of lead(F.C. Adams, M. Heisterkamp).
  34. Sample preparation for chromium speciation (M.De La Guardia, A. Morales-Rubio).
  35. Sample preparation for metal-based drugs (R. Barefoot).
  36. Sample preparation for speciation analysis for metallobiomolecules (R. Lobinski et al.).
  37. Sample preparation for the analysis of volatile metal species (J. Feldmann).
  38. Sequential extraction (G. Rauret, A. Sahuquillo).

Key Features

  • First title to provide comprehensive sample preparation information, dealing specifically with the analysis of samples for trace elements.
  • The 39 chapters are authored by international leaders of their fields.

Readership

Anyone required to undertakes trace metal analysis, including those in academic chemistry, geoscience and food science departments, federal regulatory agencies such as the FDA and EPA, as well as national bodies associated with geology, agriculture, etc. Additionally, contract environmental based laboratories and various industries such as food, oil and microelectronics.


Details

No. of pages:
1338
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier Science 2004
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier Science
eBook ISBN:
9780080545486
Hardcover ISBN:
9780444511010

Reviews

@qu: "In summary, this book provides valuable information and means a vast effort to cope with modern sample preparation techniques for trace element analysis and speciation. The wide scope covered makes it recommendable to academics, routine, laboratories and organisation dealing with trace element analysis. There is no doubt that the editors have achieved a leading book in this field for many years to come." @source: Carlos Bendicho, University of Vigo, Spain, SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA, PART B, Vol.59, 2004 @qu: "In conclusion, this book gives an extensive review of sample-preparation techniques that can be used for trace-element determination, with specific applications in some case studies. In addition, most chapters give an extensive, recent bibliography on the subject. Despite its broad coverage, it is well organised, and it would be very useful for scientists working in that field, especially as there are numerous detailed applications." @source: Douglas N. Rutledge, Paris, France, TRENDS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, Vol. 23, No. 5, 2004


About the Authors

Zoltan Mester Author

Affiliations and Expertise

Institute for National Measurement Standards, National Research Council, Ottawa, Canada

Ralph Sturgeon Author

Affiliations and Expertise

Institute for National Measurement Standards, National Research Council, Ottawa, Canada