432 pages, 136 illus
This book examines the usefulness of electrochemical methods for understanding complex natural biogeochemical processes. It describes techniques developed to measure trace metals, redox species, and major ions in fresh- and marine waters, hydrothermal vents, sediments, microbial mats, extraterrestrial systems, and at mineral-water interfaces. It will be of use to scientists and researchers who need to describe biogeochemical cycling of trace elements in natural environments.
This book is a valuable reference source on the use and application of electroanalytical techniques in environmental monitoring. It can be safely recommended as an essential addition to reference texts in this area. Chemistry & Industry The text is a very useful reference source to current methods, and highlights directions where improvements in nanotechnology will allow production of smaller, more sensitive instrumentation. Although many of the techniques are familiar to most electroanalytical chemists, many chapters detail interesting developments in their use. Chemistry & Industry
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