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Introduction To Environmental Analysis (02 Edition)by Roger N. Reeve
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Global awareness of the importance of monitoring and protecting our environment has grown considerably over the last ten years. Environmental concerns are now an integral part of today's legislation, product design and development, waste minimization and disposal. As well as background monitoring of the environment, scientists are involved in monitoring liquid and gaseous discharges and surveying contaminated land and landfill sites - very topical issues due to concern over waste dumping and potential problems with reuse of old industrial sites.
As well as covering long-established methods, this book includes the breadth of new developments which have taken place in the field of environmental analysis. New techniques have emerged which have now become acceptable as alternatives to more long-standing methods. There is also more use of automated techniques. Quality assurance and quality control aspects have become increasingly important for the environmental analyst with a growing emphasis on accurate quantification. The techniques discussed develop in complexity from simple volumetric measurements for water quality to the special problems of ultra-trace analysis. As well as covering all of the laboratory techniques used in extraction and analysis of samples, attention is also given to in situ monitoring and sampling strategies.
Key features include the following:
* Up-to-date information on now widely used analytical techniques such as ICP-MS, ICP-OES, and PM10 sampling.
* Written in the AnTS Series style, it is ideal for use as a self-study aid or as the basis of a taught course.
* Includes a comprehensive bibliography to guide the reader to more specialized texts and sources for the various standard methods.
Introduction to Environmental Analysis will be invaluable to students on environmental science and analytical chemistry courses, as well as laboratory technicians, biologists and analytical chemists involved in environmental monitoring.
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Written for students in environmental science and chemistry courses, as well as laboratory technicians, this book covers established and innovative methods in the field of environmental analysis. Emphasizing accurate quantification, it describes laboratory techniques, in situ monitoring, and sample strategies. Quality assurance and quality control aspects receive particular attention. Chapters address the transport of pollutants in the environment, water analysis, the analysis of land and solids, atmospheric analysis, and ultra-trace analysis.
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Information on sampling strategies - reflecting growth in this area
Includes sections on solid and liquid extraction techniques
Ideal as a self-study aid or as a taught course
Welche analytischen Verfahren wendet man zur Charakterisierung von Umweltproben an? Antwort auf diese Frage gibt Ihnen der Autor dieses Bandes. Ausführlich erläutert er die umweltspezifischen Einsatzgebiete von Gas- und Flüssigkeitschromatographie, IR-Spektroskopie und Röntgenfluoreszenz bei der Boden-, Wasser- und Luftanalyse sowie beim Monitoring bestimmter Schadstoffe. Mit aktuellsten Informationen zu Strategien der Probennahme und zur Extraktion in fester und flüssiger Phase!
Provides information on the application of analytical techniques, such as GC, LC, IR, and XRF for analysing and measuring water, solid and atmospheric samples and for monitoring environmental pollutants.
* Emphasizes Field Analysis, reflecting the growing application of this technique
* Information on sampling strategies - reflecting growth in this area
* Includes sections on solid and liquid extraction techniques
* Ideal as a self-study aid or as a taught course
Table of Contents
Acronyms, Abbeviations and Symbols
About the Author
Reasons for Concern
The Necessity of Chemical Analysis
2. Transport of Pollutants in the Environment and Approaches to their Analysis
Sources, Dispersal, Reconcentration and Degradation
Transport and Reconcentration of Neutral Organic Compounds
Transport and Reconcentration of Metal Ions
What is a Safe Level?
Sampling and Sample Variability
General Apporoach to Analysis
The Choice of Laboratory or Field Analysis
3. Water Analysis -
Measurement of Water Quality
Techniques for the Analysis of Common Ions
4. Water Analysis -
Organic Trace Pollutants
5. Analysis of Land, Solids and Waste
Common Problem Areas in the Analysis of Solids
Specific Considerations for the Analysis of Biological Samples
Specific Considerations for the Analysis of Soils
Speicifc Considerations for the Analysis of Contaminated Land
Specific Considerations for the Analysis involved in Waste and Its Disposal by Landfill
Specific Considerations of Sediments and Sewage Sludge
New Extraction and Dissolution Techniques
6. Atmospheric Analysis -
Determination of Time-weighted Average Concentrations
Determination of Instanteous Concentrations
7. Atmsopheric Analysis -
Analytical Methods involving Sample Dissolution
Direct Analysis of Solids
8. Ultra-Trace Analysis
A Typical Analytical Scheme
Responses to Self-Assessment Questions
Glossary of Terms
Units of Measurement and Physical Constants
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