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    Yu.A. Zolotov,N.M. Kuz'min
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    Elsevier Science (May 16, 1990)
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This monograph deals with the theory and practical applications of trace metals preconcentration. It gives general characteristics of the process and describes in detail the methods of preconcentration: solvent extraction.

This monograph deals with the theory and practical applications of trace metals preconcentration.

JOURNAL NAME: American Journal of Analytical Chemistry, Vo. N., December 7, 2011. The calibration sensitivity was of . 2 L?pg–1 for the new methodology with a linear range of . 0 pg?L–1 to 779 pg?L–1 Zn (II). The tolerance levels of potential interfering ions were studied with good results.

Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry presents the basic principles, recent developments and important applications of analytical chemistry. The volumes in this series discuss in depth topics regarding experimental phenomena, major advances, experimental approaches, essential instrumental methods, theoretical strategies and important applications within the field.

Preconcentration of Trace Elements (Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, 25), 372 pp. Elsevier, Amsterdam (1990)Google Scholar. Extraction of Chelate Compounds, 310 pp. Ann Arbor-Humphrey Science Publishers, London (1970)Google Scholar.

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Analytical schemes for the determination of trace elements in high-purity niobium, tantalum and their oxides are proposed.

N,ediamine and Bindschedler's green noncovalently immobilized on silica gel or a silica gel-based ion-exchanger were used for determining residual active chlorine in water. The possibility of the group preconcentration of Zr(IV), Hf(IV), Nb(V), and Ta(V) by countercurrent partition chromatography using extraction systems based on horic acid (D2EHPA), droxylamine (BPHA), and amine (TOEDA) was studied. Analytical schemes for the determination of trace elements in high-purity niobium, tantalum and their oxides are proposed.

This monograph deals with the theory and practical applications of trace metals preconcentration. It gives general characteristics of the process and describes in detail the methods of preconcentration: solvent extraction, sorption, co-precipitation, volatilization, and others.

Оглавление выпуска журнала. Fresenius' journal of analytical chemistry. Springer-Verlag GmbH. Том: 357 Номер: 7 Год: 1997. DETERMINATION OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN AR GRADE ALKALI SALTS AFTER PRECONCENTRATION BY COLUMN SOLID-PHASE EXTRACTION ON TIO2 (ANATASE) Vassileva . Hadjiivanov K. 881-885.

Preconcentration of trace elements. Determination of Chromium(III) and Chromium(VI) in River Water by Electrothermal Atomic Absorption Spectrometry after Sorption Preconcentration in a Microwave Field. Elsvier: Amsterdam-Oxford-N. 372 pp. Macrocyclic Compounds in Analytical Chemistry. 319 pp. (Separate chapters were written by I. Pletnev, S. Dmitrienko, N. Pasekova and E. Morosanova, I. Torocheshnikova; English translation is currently underway). Selected publications.

All aspects of the field are represented including analytical methodology, techniques and instrumentation in both fundamental and applied areas of the field.

This monograph deals with the theory and practical applications of trace metals preconcentration. It gives general characteristics of the process and describes in detail the methods of preconcentration: solvent extraction, sorption, co-precipitation, volatilization, and others. Special attention is given to preconcentration in combination with subsequent determination methods. The use of preconcentration in analysis of environmental biological samples, mineral raw materials, high purity substances, and various industrial materials is also considered.

The book will be of interest to analytical chemists working in research institutes and industrial laboratories and will be useful for radiochemists and process engineers as well as teachers and students specializing in related fields.