Handbook of green analytical chemistry / editors de la Guardia, Salvador GarriguesPublisher: Chichester, West Sussex, UK : John Wiley & Sons, ©2012Description: xx, 546 páginas : ilustraciones ; 25 cmContent type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9780470972014Subject(s): Ciencia | Ciencias ambientalesDDC classification: 543
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The concept of green analytical chemistry. -- Education in green analytical chemistry. -- Green analytical laboratory experiments. -- Publishing in green analytical chemistry. -- Greening sampling techniques. -- Direct analysis of samples. -- Green analytical chemistry approaches in sample preparation. -- Green sample preparation with non-chromatographic separation techniques. -- Capillary Electrophoresis. -- Green chromatography. -- Green analytical atomic spectrometry. -- Solid phase molecular spectroscopy. -- Derivative techniques in molecular absorption, flourimetry and liquid chromatograph as tools for green analtical chemistry. -- Greening electroanalytical methods. -- Energy savings in analytical chemistry. -- Green analytical chemistry and flow injection methodologies. -- Miniaturization. -- Micro and nanomaterials based detection systems applied in lab-on-a-chip-tchnology. -- Photcaralytic tratment of laboratory wastes containing hazardous organic compounds. -- Green bioanalytical chemistry. -- Infrared spectroscopy in biodiagnostics: a green analytical approach. -- Environmental analysis. -- Green industrial analysis.
The emerging field of green analytical chemistry is concerned with the development of analytical procedures that minimize consumption of hazardous reagents and solvents, and maximize safety for operators and the environment. In recent years there have been significant developments in methodological and technological tools to prevent and reduce the deleterious effects of analytical activities; key strategies include recycling, replacement, reduction and detoxification of reagents and solvents.