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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
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Wilhelm Fresenius; Ingo Lüderwald; Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker. Fachgruppe Analytische Chemie. Working Group for Micro- and Traceanalysis of Elements.; Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker. Discussion Group: Analytical Chemistry in Environmental Protection.
|ISBN:||0387134697 9780387134697 3540134697 9783540134695|
|Notes:||Cataloging based on CIP information.
English, with some papers translated from German.
Presented at a symposium on "Inorganic Analytical Chemistry in Environmental Research and Environmental Protection," held at the Nuclear Research Center Jülich, June 13-16, 1983, and sponsored by the Working Group for Micro- and Traceanalysis of Elements and the Discussion Group: Analytical Chemistry in Environmental Protection of the Division of Analytical Chemistry of the German Chemical Society.
|Contents:||Sea Water.- Comparative Studies on Cadmium Levels in the North Sea, Norwegian Sea, Barents Sea and the Eastern Arctic Ocean.- Analysis and Quality Control.- Improving the Quality of Environmental Trace Analysis.- Routes to Powerful Methods of Elemental Trace Analysis in Environmental Samples (in German).- The Place of Neutron Activation Analysis in Environmental Research.- Coupling of HPLC and Chemical Reaction Detector for the Separation and Determination of Organolead Compounds (in German).- Determination of Arsenic Species in Liquid and Solid Materials from the Environment and Food, and in Body Fluids.- Significance of Environmental Specimen Banking - Inorganic Tasks and Preliminary Results within the German Environmental Specimen Bank Programme (in German).- Determination of Thallium in Raw Materials and Environmental Samples (in German).- Application of Statistical Methods in the Evaluation of Interlaboratory Tests (in German).- IUPAC Interlaboratory Surveys on Cadmium in Whole Blood.- Pretreatment Studies with Biological and Environmental Materials. IV. Complete Wet Digestion in Partly and Completely Closed Quartz Vessels for Subsequent Trace and Ultratrace Mercury Determination.- Control and Routine Determination of Zn, Cd, Pb, Cu, Ni, and Co with Differential Pulse Voltammetry in Materials of the German Environmental Specimen Bank (in German).- On the Coupling of Anodic Stripping with Electrocatalysis: Application to the Determination of Copper Traces.- Enhancement of Sensitivity in the Determination of Lead by AAS (in German).- The Tube-in-Tube Technique in Electrothermal Atomic Absorption Spectrometry. II. The Three-Bar-Tube.- A New Photodigestion Device to Decompose Organic Matter in Water.- Determination of Cadmium, Lead, and Thallium in Materials of the Environmental Specimen Bank Using Mass Spectrometric Isotope Dilution Analysis (MS-IDA).- Atmosphere and Deposition.- The Application of Receptor Models for Aerosol Source Analysis - A Review (in German).- Sensitive Remote and in situ Detection of Air Pollutants by Laser Light Absorption Measurements.- Quantitative Studies on Asbestos Pollution with a Combination of Light and Electron Microscopy.- Microvolumetric Determination of Inorganic and Organic Sulphur in Airborne Particles (in German).- New Findings on Metallic Pollutants in the Air (in German).- An Instrument for the Spectroscopic Measurement of Trace Substances in the Atmosphere (in German).- Studies on the Deposition of Acid and of Ecotoxic Heavy Metals with Precipitates from the Atmosphere.- Electrochemical Gas-Analyser for SO2 in Waste Gas (in German).- Multielement Analysis of Aerosol Samples by X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis with Totally Reflecting Sample Holders (in German).- Chemiluminescence Technique for Detecting Sulphur Dioxide in the ppt-Range (in German).- Ion Chromatography in Precipitation (in German).- Gas Analysis with IR-Diode Laser Spectrometers.- Monitoring of Trace Element Deposition by Means of Mosses.- Determination of Trace Amounts of Hydrogen Chloride and Chloride by GC or AAS.- Measurements of Nitrogen Oxides at ppt Levels by Chemiluminescence with O3 (in German).- Inland Waters.- Interactions Between Dissolved and Solid Metal Species in Inland Waters (in German).- Studies on Sediments of the Upper Area of the River Lahn: Determination of Mercury and Evaluation of the Results by Factor Analysis (in German).- Mass-Spectrometric Determination of Traces of Nitrate in Waters (in German).- Indirect Trace Determination of NTA in Natural Waters by Differential Pulse Anodic Stripping Voltammetry.- Determination of Nitrate and Nitrite in Water by HPLC with Amperometric Detection.- Cadmium and Lead in the Biological Sewage Treatment - Respiration Measurements with Gas-Sensitive Electrodes (in German).- Freshwater Molluscs as Accumulation Indicators for Monitoring Heavy Metal Pollution.- Sea Water.- Benthic Chamber Chemistry.- Possibilities for Misinterpretation in ASV-Speciation Studies of Natural Waters.- Determination of Very Low Levels of Mercury in Sea Water (North Sea, Baltic Sea, Northern North Atlantic Ocean) (in German).- Evaluation of a Pyrolytic Carbon Film Electrode for Differential Pulse Anodic Stripping Voltammetry.- Soils and Sewage Sludges.- Analytical Diagnosis of Soil Pollution with Heavy Metals.- Element Species Analysis in Soil Solutions by Gel Chromatography and Chemical Reaction Detectors (in German).- Nitrate in Drinking Water of Wine-Growing Areas - an Ion-Chromatographic Study (in German).- Determination of Heavy Metal Content of Municipal Wastes (in German).- Comparing Determination of Elements in an Ombrogenic and a Minerogenic System (in German).- Application of Photon Activation Analysis to the Determination of the Distribution of Toxic Elements in Soil of a Sewage Farm.- Comparison of Continuous-Flow (CFA) and Flow-Injection (FIA) Techniques for the Photometric Determination of Traces of Aluminium in Water and Soil Samples (in German).- Biotic Materials.- Significance of Heavy Metals in Human Toxicology (in German).- Determination of Urinary Cadmium Excretion as Diagnostic Procedure to Evaluate Cadmium Exposure of Inhabitants of a Polluted Quarter of Stadskanaal.- Determination of Zinc in Platelets by INAA and AAS (in German).- Linkage of Analytical and Epidemiological Data to Evaluate Sources and Pathways of Exposure to Toxic Metals in the General Population (in German).- Changes of Trace Element Concentrations of Human Tissues and Body Fluids due to Therapeutic and Diagnostic Treatment.- Direct Determination of Cadmium in Human Organs by Zeeman-AAS. A post mortem Examination (in German).- Multielement Analysis with ET-AAS within the Scope of the Environmental Specimen Bank for Human Tissues Muenster (in German).- Quantitative Determination of Heavy Metals by HPLC in Biological Material after Chelate Extraction (in German).- Possibilities for the Determination of Lead Tetraalkyls in Different Matrices (in German).- Examinations on the Suitability of Different Types of Samples as Indicators for Heavy Metal Pollution (in German).- Mercury Traces in Must and Wine (in German).- Determination of Mercury in Fish Using Differential Pulse Anodic Stripping Voltammetry.- Trace Determination of Heavy Metals in Human Bones - Problems in their Analysis and Result Interpretation (in German).- Voltammetric Determination of Heavy Metals in the Meat and Organs of Cattle (in German).- Rapid and Reliable Determination of Elevated Blood Lead Levels.- Analysis of Standardized Poplar Leaf Samples to Control the Burdening of the Environment by Persistant Pollutants (in German).|
|Responsibility:||edited by Wilhelm Fresenius and Ingo Lüderwald.|
- Chemistry, Analytic -- Congresses.
- Chemistry, Inorganic -- Congresses.
- Environmental chemistry -- Congresses.
- Pollutants -- Analysis -- Congresses.
- Chemistry, Analytic.
- Chemistry, Inorganic.
- Environmental chemistry.
- Pollutants -- Analysis.
- Anorganische Analyse.
- Ökologische Chemie.