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Method Performance Studies for Speciation Analysis (Hardback)
  • Method Performance Studies for Speciation Analysis (Hardback)

Method Performance Studies for Speciation Analysis (Hardback)

Hardback 294 Pages / Published: 20/08/1998
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Speciation is one of the growing features of analytical chemistry of this decade. It is now widely recognized that the determination of total trace element contents is no longer sufficient - understanding pathways of trace elements depends on specific chemical forms, such as oxidation states, organometallic compounds, etc. However, lack of quality control of speciation often hampers the comparability of data within and between laboratories. Considering the high number of analyses performed by a wide range of EC laboratories, the SM&T programme (formerly BCR) of the European Commission has launched collaborative projects to improve the state-of-the-art of speciation analysis in Europe. Method Performance Studies for Speciation Analysis presents an overview of these recent studies. As well as discussion of the techniques used, their performance as applied to real-case analyses and possible sources of error, the preparation of Certified Reference Materials for the validation of methods used is also described. With its broad coverage and in-depth discussions, which encompass the work of eminent European experts, this unique book will be essential reading for laboratory staff in industry, academia and government.

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
ISBN: 9780854044672
Number of pages: 294
Weight: 592 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 17 mm

"... a valuable source of information for those working in the area ..." * Chemistry in Britain Vol 35 No 3 March 1999 *
"No-one working in this area should be without this book." * Aslib Book Guide, Vol 64, No 3, March 1999 *
"... appropriate for the entire analytical chemistry community ... enlightening" * The Analyst Web Site, March 1999 *
"... appropriate for the entire analytical chemistry community." * JAAS, July 1999, p14 *
"There is no one better qualified for the task ... than the author." "... a work of the highest quality and relevance." * Analusis Magazine, 1999, 1, No 3, Page 31-32 *
"... a concise, well written treatise ... I would recommend it to anybody working in the field of environmental speciation analysis." * Trends in Analytical Chemistry, Volume 19, No 1, 2000, pp xi-xii *
"The book as a whole is highly recommended ..." * Chem Anal (Warsaw), 45, 463, 2000 *
"It will be on all our bookshelves!" * Applied Organometallic Chemistry, Volume 14, Issue 8, (August 2000), p 450-451 *

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