Trac - Trends in Analytical Chemistry: 1995 Vol 14
The reference edition of "Trends in Analytical Chemistry (TrAC)" is a compilation of the archival material reprinted from the regular issues of the journal. "TrAC" provides a topical digest of current developments and new ideas in the analytical sciences. It does so in the form of broadly-based, easy-to-read scientific reviews, backed up by news and other features of interest to the international analytical chemistry community. For subscribers to the library edition of "TrAC", the reference edition forms an integral part of the annual subscription, but for others it can be purchased individually. It provides informative and stimulating reading for all those who use analytical methods. This latest volume contains all the archival material published in 1995. It covers a wide range of analytical techniques and applications of interest to academic and research workers in chemistry, biochemistry, clinical chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry and toxicology.
- Hardback | 540 pages
- 31 Dec 1995
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Elsevier Science Ltd
- Oxford, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Part 1 Internet column: electronic chemistry conferences, H.S. Rzepa; distributing and retrieving chemical information using the World-Wide Web, B.M. Tissue; the future of electronic journals in chemistry, H.S. Rzepa. Part 2 Feature: the evolution of quality in analytical chemistry journals, M. Valcarcel and A. Rios; a hierarchical approach to analytical chemistry, M. Valcarcel and M.D. Luque de Castro. Part 3 Computer corner: peak-shape analysis for unresolved peaks in chromatography - comparison of algorithms, E. Reh; spectrophotometric analysis of multicomponent systems - the law and the error, H. Kubinyi. Part 4 Trends: applications of solid-state multiple quantum NMR, K.K. Gleason; neutron activation analysis - impact on the archaeology of the Holy Land, J. Yellin; detection and quantification of biomolecular interactions with optical biosensors, D. Yeung et al; recent developments in the analysis and environmental chemistry of toxaphene with emphasis on the marine environment, D.C.G. Muir and J. de Boer; introduction to the theory of sampling, P.M. Gy; isolation and biochemical mapping in the range of 10-7 to 10-12g of fresh, single mammalian neurons in brain, H. Hyden; monitoring catecholamines at single cells, R.M. Wightman et al; exploring single-cell dynamics using chemically-modified microelectrodes, L. Huang and R.T. Kennedy; electrophoretically-mediated microanalysis (EMMA), F.E. Regnier et al; membrane introduction mass spectrometry - an old method that is gaining new interest through recent technological advances, S. Bauer; phase separation in aqueous micellar solutions of nonionic surfactants for protein separation, T. Saitoh et al; pore water sampling with sediment peepers, P.R. Teasdale et al; antibodies - production, functions and applications in biosensors, A.J. Killard et al; two-dimensional mapping of N-glycosidically linked oligosaccharides in glycoproteins by high-performance capillary electrophoresis, S. Suzuki and S. Honda; biosensors for environmental monitoring - a regulatory perspective, K.R. Rogers and L.R. Williams; biosensors for environmental control, I. Karube et al; validation of an enzymatic biosensor with liquid chromatography for pesticide monitoring, D. Barcelo et al; immunochemical techniques for environmental analysis, M.-P. Marco et al; adaptive resonance theory based neural networks - the "ART" of real-time pattern recognition in chemical process monitoring?, D. Wienke and L. Buydens; atomic fluorescence spectrometry - progress and future prospects, S. Greenfield; analytical-process supercritical fluid extraction - a synergestic combination for solving analytical and laboratory scale problems, J.W. King; near and mid-infrared photoacoustic analysis of principal components of foodstuffs, D.H. McQueen et al.