Each field of chemistry is confronted with the problem of monitoring water quality and research on trace chemical compounds. This text is designed to meet the needs of the many potential users for reliable guidelines and methods of the analysis of trace elements in natural waters - eg analytical chemists, hydrologists, oceanographers, toxicologists, ecologists - involved inthe quality control of natural waters and the detection of traces. This project, initiated by T.S.West, President of the Division of Analytical Chemistry of IUPAC, in 1979, is intended to offer chemists and related scientists a survey of available methods, showing their respective performances, their areas of application and, in general, information that will enable them to apply the data to the resolution of specific problems.
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Book Description Blackwell Science Inc, 1988. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good+ Ex-Library Cond. 362 pgs. Chapters cover: spectrophoometric and fluorimetric methods; atomic-, mass-, x-ray-spectrometric methods, electronparamagnetic and luminescence methods; voltammetric methods; neutron activation analysis; measurement of pH in natural waters; electroanalytical measurement of trace metals complexation; trace metal complexation by inorganic ligands in sea water; adsorption of trade elements by suspended particulate matter in aquatic systems; physicochemical speciation of trace elements in oxygenated estuarine waters; chemical mechanisms operating in sea water; references; index. Turquoise boards. Usual library markings. Clean and tightly bound. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Book. Bookseller Inventory # B029367
Book Description CRC Press. Book Condition: Good. Ex-library, so some stamps and wear, but in good overall condition. Bookseller Inventory # Z1-H-008-01207