The role of sorbents in sampling and analysis of emerging pollutants in indoor environments
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The role of sorbents in sampling and analysis of emerging pollutants in indoor environments by Carmen Garcia-Jares

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Published by Nova Science Publishers in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Control,
  • Buildings,
  • Sorbents,
  • Pollutants,
  • Analysis,
  • Protection,
  • Housing and health,
  • Environmental engineering,
  • Dwellings

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementCarmen Garcia-Jares ... [et al.].
SeriesPollution science, technology and abatement, Environmental science, engineering and technology
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTH9025 .R65 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination108 p. ;
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25059460M
ISBN 109781617610042
LC Control Number2010026753

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Get this from a library! The role of sorbents in sampling and analysis of emerging pollutants in indoor environments. [Carmen Garcia-Jares;]. Role of sorbents in sampling and analysis of emerging pollutants in indoor environments. New York: Nova Science Publishers, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Carmen Garcia-Jares. In book: Sorbents: Properties, Materials and Applications (pp) Chapter: The use of sorbents for the analysis of emerging pollutants in indoor air. sampling and analysis of ECs, such as pharmaceuticals, hormones, personal care products, perfluorinated chemicals, and nanomaterials in water. Sampling Methods Development of a Sampling Plan Obtaining a sample of the matrix of interest is an often-overlooked but vital component of any environmental monitoring program.

chapter 11 sampling and jones final book chapter analysis of emerging pollutants (pdf,na pp, kb, about pdf) Record Details: Record Type: DOCUMENT (BOOK . 1. Introduction. The quality of air is vital for human existence and to overall quality of the environment. Clean air when dried should contain; nitrogen, oxygen, argon, carbon dioxide in the following percentages , , , and small amounts of other gases and water vapor by the point where the normal composition of air is altered by the introduction of harmful.   Emerging pollutants have been proven to enter human daily life, notably the drinking water. A total of 65 emerging trace organic pollutants were detected in Shanghai's source water, China (Sun, Luo, et al., ; Sun, Chen, Lin, & An, ). A total of 33 pharmaceuticals and their metabolites were detected in the surface waters of the Yangtze. ’Intercomparison of sampling techniques for toxic organic compounds in indoor air’, in Proc. of the EPA/APCA Symposium on Measurement of Toxic Air Pollutants, EPA .

  Potential contamination from the use of synthetic adsorbents in air sampling procedures. Analytical Chemistry , 54 (3), DOI: /aca M. M. Boduszynski, R. J. Hurtubise, and H. F. Silver. Separation of solvent-refined coal into solvent-derived fractions.   Recently, HPLC is widely used in the analysis of micro-pollutants for its accuracy, time-saving capacity, reproducible results, rapid and automated sample analysis, and robust methods. HPLC can analyze sample levels in parts per million, and upgrades to LC-MS. Therefore HPLC can be applied in the analysis of a diverse range of micro-pollutants.   Emerging organic contaminants (EOCs) are a class of chemical contaminants that their risks to environment and human health have not yet systematically studied but have drawn increasing contaminants comprise several groups of organic compounds, such as brominated flame retardants (BFRs), plasticizer (mainly phthalates), pharmaceutics and personal care products . The role of sorbents in sampling and analysis of emerging pollutants in indoor environments. Book. Apr ; Carmen Garcia-Jares.