Trac - Trends in Analytical Chemistry: Reference Edition: 1994 Vol 13
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 1994. 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. An extra supplement is included in this edition - "TrAC Directory of Hyphenated Techniques."
- Hardback | 664 pages
- 01 Mar 1995
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Elsevier Science Ltd
- Oxford, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Recent advances in multidimensional gas chromatography, K.A. Krock and C.L. Wilkins; modern multidimensional protein NMR spectroscopy, parts I & II, E.R.P. Zuiderweg and S.R. Van Doren; atmospheric-pressure-ionization mass spectrometry, parts I & II, A.P. Bruins; Shpol'skii spectroscopy, a cryogenic high-resolution molecular fluorescence technique with a distinct potential in analytical chemistry, C. Gooijer et al; analytical applications of scanning tunneling microscopy, P.S. Weiss; microwave-assisted process MAPTM - a new tool for the analytical laboratory, J.R.J. Pare et al; the pigtailing approach to optical detection in capillary electrophoresis, A.E. Bruno et al; multivariate sensor arrays as industrial and environmental monitoring systems, W.P. Carey; basic ion chemistry studies using a fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer, N.M.M. Nibbering; new horizons in gas chromatography - field applications of microminiaturized gas chromatographic techniques, E.B. Overton and K.R. Carney; optimisation of indirect UV detection in capillary zone electrophoresis of low- molecular-mass anions, W. Buchberger et al; novel applications of near-infrared spectroscopy of water and aqueous solutions from physical chemistry to analytical chemistry, J. Lin and C.W. Brown; surface water analysis (trace-organic contaminants) and EC regulations, M.-C. Hennion et al; interpretation and analysis of complex environmental data using chemometric methods, R.J. Wenning and G.A. Erickson. (Part Contents).