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TRAC: Trends in Analytical Chemistry

Volume 12

1st Edition - January 1, 1993

Editors: Y. Gohshi, J.F.K. Huber, T. Townshend

Language: English
eBook ISBN:
9 7 8 - 1 - 4 8 3 2 - 7 4 6 9 - 0

Trends in Analytical Chemistry, Volume 12 focuses on the advancements of processes, technologies, automation, and applications of analytical chemistry. The selection first offers… Read more

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Trends in Analytical Chemistry, Volume 12 focuses on the advancements of processes, technologies, automation, and applications of analytical chemistry. The selection first offers information on single-cell analysis at the level of a single human erythrocyte and micellar catalysis in reaction-rate methods. Topics include analytical strategies, analysis of single erythrocytes, kinetic aspects of micellar catalysis, and micellar kinetic multicomponent determination. The text then takes a look at advances in the field of laser atomic spectroscopy and molecular recognition of sugars, including detection of sugar complexation, driving force and selectivity of sugar complexation, atomization/excitation source, and diagnostic tool. The manuscript examines charge-remote fragmentations for structural determination of lipids; advances in speciation analysis by capillary gas chromatography; and chemical pattern recognition and multivariate analysis for QSAR studies. The publication also ponders on in-vivo microdialysis sampling in pharmacokinetic studies; a novel single beam optical spectrophotometer for fast luminescence, absorption, and reflection measurements of turbid materials; and techniques for the study and characterization of advanced materials. The selection is a dependable reference for readers interested in the trends in analytical chemistry.