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1. Physico-chemistry of the Atmosphere
2. Pollutants and Air Pollution
3. Indoor Air Pollution
4. Outdoor Air Pollution
5. Theoretical Predictive Air Quality Models
6. Lichens as Biomonitors of Heavy Metal Pollution
7. Analytical Process
8. Active Sampling of Air
9. Passive Air Sampling
10. Sample Preservation and Measurement Techniques for the Determination of Air Quality
11. Application of Chemical Sensors and Sensor Matrixes to Air Quality Evaluation
12. Spectroscopic Measurement of Pollutant Gases
13. Volatile and Semivolatile Organic Compounds Determination in Air
14. Particulate Material Analysis In Air
15. Ultrafine Particles Pollution and Measurements
16. Bioaerosol Monitoring of the Atmosphere for Occupational and Environmental Purposes
17. Pesticides and Agricultural Air Quality
18. Air Quality Downwind of Burned Areas
19. Air Quality in European cities
20. Home Air Quality
21. Air Quality and the Petroleum Industry
22. Pharmaceutical Industries Air Quality
23. Print and Related Industry Air Quality
24. Pesticide Industries Air Quality
25. Cement Manufacturing and Air Quality
26. Ceramic Industry Air Quality. Emissions into the Atmosphere from Ceramic Tile Processes
27. Air Quality in Metal Industries: Exhaled Breath Condensate, a Tool for Non-invasive Evaluation of Air Pollution Exposure
28. Air Quality Management in Electronic Industries
29. Air Quality of Textile and Related Industries
30. Exposure to Soft Wood Dust in the Wood Industry
31. Improving the Sustainability of Office Partition Manufacturing: A Case Study
32. Indoor Air Quality in Chemical Laboratories
33. Damage Costs of Air Pollution and Policy Implications
34. The Challenges of Air Protection and Control
The Quality of Air discusses the topic from both the environmental and human health points-of-view. As today's policymakers, academic, government, industrial researchers, and the general public are all concerned about air pollution in both indoor and outdoor scenarios, this book presents the advances in the analytical tools available for air quality control within social, political, and legal frameworks.
With its multi-author approach, there is a wide range of expertise in tackling the topic.
- Addresses real scenarios of polluted sites
- Presents updates of the available methodologies for the quality control of indoor and outdoor air
- Includes evaluations of working scenarios in different fields as mandated by regulations
Researchers in the academic, government and industrial sectors, graduate students and for advanced courses on environmental analysis
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- © Elsevier 2016
- 26th July 2016
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Prof Dr.Miguel de la Guardia is Full Professor at Valencia University (Department of Analytical Chemistry) from 1991. He has published more than 550 papers in journals of the Science Citation Index with 8747 citations,5 Spanish patents, 3 books on Green Analytical Chemistry (Elsevier, RSC and Wiley) and and 2 books on Food analysis (Elsevier and Wiley) additionally than 15 book chapters. His H index is 39 He has supervised 33 PhD thesis and is member of the Editorial board of TrEAC Trends in Environmental Analytical Chemistry (The Netherlands), Bioimpacts (Iran) Spectroscopy Letters (USA), Current Green Chemistry (United Arab Emirates) Ciencia (Venezuela), J. Braz. Chem. Soc. (Brazil) Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry and Chemical Speciation & Bioavailability (UK), SOP Transactionson Nano-technology (USA) and SOP Transactions on Analytical Chemistry (USA). Member of the Advisory board of Analytica Chimica Acta (The Netherlands) between 1995 and 2000, and editor of five special issues of the journal Spectroscopy letters(USA) about Quantitative Vibrational Spectrometry (2005), Spectrometry and Automation (2006), Research on Spectroscopy in Morocco (2007), RISO Conference Special issue (2008) and Green Spectroscopy (2009) and a special issue of TrAC on Green Analytical Chemistry(2011)Invited Editor of a special issue on Green Analytical Methods of Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry published in 2012 and co-editor with S. Garrigues of a special issue on Analytical Diagnostics for Analytical Methods (RSC) to be published in 2014. Chevallier dans l’ordre des Palmes Acadèmiquess decorated by the Minister Council of France.
University of Valencia, Spain
Sergio Armenta is professor of the Analytical Chemistry Department of the University of Valencia (Spain). He obtained his PhD in Analytical Chemistry at the Universitat de València in 2006. His research topics included coupling of automated flow systems with infrared and Raman spectroscopy and the development of vibrational spectroscopy based methodologies combined with chemometrics for the quality control of commercial products. His current research field is devoted to the development of fast and sensitive analytical methodologies based on ion mobility spectrometry in forensic and environmental research areas.
University of Valencia, Spain
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