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Trends in Analytical Chemistry, Volume 3 focuses on developments in analytical chemistry, including the adoption of automation in laboratory processes, chromatography, and flow analysis.
The selection first underscores the effect of automation on the operations of analytical laboratories and techniques for the automated optimization of HPLC separations. Topics include initial requirements, window diagrams, and chemometric approaches. The text then ponders on generation of statistical tables by microcomputer; enzyme electrodes for continuous in-vivo monitoring; and enantiomeric analysis of the common protein amino acids by liquid chromatography.
The publication takes a look at sample preparation for the analysis of heavy metals in foods and application of ion-selective electrodes in flow analysis, including dry ashing, acid extraction, and ion-selective electrodes in flowing systems. The text then examines trends in laboratory information management systems; zone electrophoresis in open-tubular capillaries; and using computers to interpret IR spectra of complex molecules.
The selection is a valuable source of data for readers interested in the developments in analytical chemistry.
Designing Automated Systems - Need Skill Be Lost?
Techniques for the Automated Optimization of HPLC Separations
Generation of Statistical Tables by Microcomputer
Enzyme Electrodes for Continuous In-Vivo Monitoring
Enantiomeric Analysis of the Common Protein Amino Acids by Liquid Chromatography
Substoichiometry in Trace Analysis
Sample Preparation for the Analysis of Heavy Metals in Food
Application of Ion-Selective Electrodes in Flow Analysis
Analytical Chemistry-A Personal Perspective
Trends in Laboratory Information Management Systems
Microbial Sensor for Screening Mutagens
Screening for Unknown Compounds in Complex Matrices Analyzed by Liquid Chromatography: An Overview
Zone Electrophoresis in Open-Tubular Capillaries
Attogram Detection Limits Using Laser Induced Fluorescence
Supersonic Jet Expansions in Analytical Spectroscopy
Modern Ion Separation Techniques in Inorganic Analysis: Ion Chromatography and Isotachophoresis
Microcomputers and Pattern Recognition
Biological Methods of Analysis
Using Computers to Interpret IR Spectra of Complex Molecules
Plasma Emission Spectroscopic Detectors in HPLC for Trace Metal Analysis and Speciation
Chromatography in Steroid Research Work
Agarose Gels in HPLC Separation of Biopolymers
Computerized Interpretation of Electrochemical Data Using Deviation-Pattern Recognition
An Apple-II Routine, Written in Pascal for Bullet-Proof Numeric Input
Enzyme Immunoassays with Electrochemical Detection
Radioreceptor Assay-A Tool for the Bioanalysis of Drugs
Applications of Flow Cytometry in Clinical Diagnosis
Special Feature: Surface Analysis
A Comparison of Spectroscopical Techniques in Surface Analysis
Electron Spectroscopy for Surface Analysis
Surface Analysis in Electrochemical Studies
Surface Analysis of Supported Heterogeneous Catalysts
Multitechnique Spectroscopic Analysis of Polymer Surfaces
Surface Analysis of Semiconductors with SIMS
A Software Package for a Computer Controlled Spectrophotometer
New Solid State NMR Techniques in Coal Analysis
The Measurement of Enzyme Catalyzed Rates of Reaction by 2D NMR Spectroscopy
PIXE: Possibilities in Elemental Micro- and Trace-Analysis
Steroid Analysis in the Pharmaceutical Industry
Analysis of Anti-Hormones
Computer Assisted Clinical Chemical Diagnosis, Pattern Cognition and Recognition by Cluster Analysis
Fortran is Fortran is Fortran
Biosensors and Bioprobes
Determination of Drugs and Metabolites in Biological Fluids
Decomposition Methods in Elemental Trace Analysis
Standardization in Reversed Phase HPLC
Package for On-line Data Acquisition and Processing with Microcomputers
Micellar Enhanced Analytical Fluorimetry
X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry Applied to the Analysis of Environmental Samples
Multivariate Calibration I. Concepts and Distinctions
03B413C Measurements of Smaller Samples
Immunoassay and its Applications to Water Analysis
Generation of a Random Sample from a Multivariate Normal Distribution
Analytical Methods and Problems in biotechnology
Analytical Methods and Problems in Biotechnology-An Overview of the Symposium (ANABIOTEC '84)
Instrumentation for Process Measurement and Control in the Bioprocess Industry
Direct Monitoring of Reactor Biomass in Fermentation Control
Cofactor Modified Electrodes
On-line Process Analysis and Control in Biotechnology
Immunochemical Assays for Process Control: Potentials and Limitations
Computerized Quality Control with Trigg Trend Detection and Cusum Capabilities
Potentiometric Detection and Study of Bacterial Activity
Phosphorescence in Liquid Solutions: A Promising Detection Principle in Liquid Chromatography and Flow Injection Analysis
Multivariate Calibration. II. Chemometric Methods
Accurate Determination of the Noble Metals. I. Sample Decomposition and Methods of Separation
Biogeochemistry, A Valuable Tool in Mineral Exploration and Environmental Assessment
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- 1st January 1984
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