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Selective Detectors: Environmental, Industrial and Biomedical Applications

Series: Chemical Analysis

Edited By: RE Sievers

John Wiley & Sons

Hardback | May 1995 | #41457 | ISBN: 0471013439
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Provides an overview of analytical detectors that are selective for particular classes of chemical compounds.


Sulfur--Selective Chemiluminescence Detection in Chromatography (T. Ryerson & R. Sievers).; Flameless Sulfur Chemiluminescence Detection (R. Shearer).; Selective Detection Techniques Based on Nitric Oxide/Ozone Chemiluminescence (A. Dunham & R. Sievers).; The Oxygen--Sensitive Detector O--FID (U. Gokeler).; Metal Selectivity by Ion Mobility Discrimination in a Flame Ionization Detector (M. Gallagher & H. Hill).; Element--Selective Gas Chromatographic Detection by Atomic Plasma Emission Spectroscopy (P. Uden).; Selective Chromatographic Detection by Plasma Mass Spectrometry (F. Byrdy & J. Caruso).; Peroxyoxalate Chemiluminescence: Mechanism and Analytical Detection (A. Hadd & J. Birks).; Tales of a Reluctant Instrument Maker (J. Lovelock).; Index.

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About the editor: ROBERT E. SIEVERS, PhD, is a faculty member in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He presently serves as Director of the University's Global Change and Environmental Quality Program. The coauthor of 173 publications and holder of twenty--five U.S. and foreign patents, Professor Sievers earned his PhD from the University of Illinois.
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