STP1102

    Futuristic Approaches to Environmental Analysis and Monitoring for Pollution Prevention and Control

    Published: Jan 1991


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    Abstract

    Several selected analytical technologies are examined which hold potential promise of providing new capabilities for environmental analysis and monitoring in pollution prevention and control. Among these are supercritical fluids, ion trap mass spectrometry (MS), liquid Chromatographic interfaces for MS, laser enhanced spectroscopy, electrochemical methods, and a few hybrid techniques. Brief descriptions of the principle of the technique and example applications are discussed.

    Keywords:

    Analytical Technology, Futuristic Methods, Environmental Applications, Supercritical Fluids, Mass Spectrometry, Spectroscopy, Electrochemical Methods, Piezoelectric Crystals, Hybrid Techniques


    Author Information:

    Martin-Goldberg, M
    Research Analytical ChemistsSenior Research Mass SpectrometristResearch Vice-President, Research Triangle Institute (RTI)RTIAnalytical and Chemical Sciences, RTI, Research Triangle Park, NC

    Raymer, JH
    Research Analytical ChemistsSenior Research Mass SpectrometristResearch Vice-President, Research Triangle Institute (RTI)RTIAnalytical and Chemical Sciences, RTI, Research Triangle Park, NC

    Voyksner, RD
    Research Analytical ChemistsSenior Research Mass SpectrometristResearch Vice-President, Research Triangle Institute (RTI)RTIAnalytical and Chemical Sciences, RTI, Research Triangle Park, NC

    Pellizzari, ED
    Research Analytical ChemistsSenior Research Mass SpectrometristResearch Vice-President, Research Triangle Institute (RTI)RTIAnalytical and Chemical Sciences, RTI, Research Triangle Park, NC


    Paper ID: STP17597S

    Committee/Subcommittee: D19.06

    DOI: 10.1520/STP17597S


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