ACOL (University of Greenwich) by J. Wiley, Jan 1, 1994 - Chemistry, Analytic - 263 pages
This introduction to the role of analytical chemistry in the detection of environmental pollution discusses pollutant dispersal, reconcentration and final degradation - concepts vital to the understanding when setting up an analytical monitoring project. It also covers the analysis of water, solid and atmospheric samples. The techniques discussed develop in complexity, from simple volumetric techniques for water quality measurement to ultra-trace analysis.
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