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Monitoring of Aquatic Systems
Chemical Analysis and Speciation
on Analytical and Physical Chemistry
of Environmental Systems - Vol. 6
Buffle and G.
John Wiley & Sons, 2000
In-situ monitoring is the use of portable analytical instruments that
can be taken to the stream rather than samples brought back to the laboratory
for testing. In situ measurement and the use of sensors in the
field are subjects of much current interest. This book helps to define
which technique is most suitable for their particular application and
what they can expect in terms of performance.
General Concepts (J. Buffle & G. Horvai). Electrochemical and Optical
Oxygen Microsensors for In Situ Measurements (R. Glud, et al.). Sensors
for In Situ pH and pCO2 Measurements in Seawater and at the Sediment-Water
Interface (W. Cai & C. Reimers). Sensors for In Situ Analysis of Sulfide
in Aquatic Systems (M. Kühl & C. Steuckart). Potentiometric Microsensors
for In Situ Measurements in Aquatic Environments (D. De Beer). Biosensors
for Analysis of Water, Sludge and Sediments with Emphasis on Microscale
Biosensors (N. Revsbech, et al.). Continuous Flow Techniques for On
Site and In Situ Measurements of Metals and Nutrients in Sea Water (K.
Johnson, et al.). Dynamic Aspects of In Situ Speciation Processes and
Techniques (H. van Leeuwen). In Situ Voltammetry: Concepts and Practice
for Trace Analysis and Speciation (J. Buffle & M-L. Tercier-Waeber).
Permeation Liquid Membranes for Field Analysis and Speciation of Trace
Compounds in Waters (J. Buffle, et al.). Dialysis, DET and DGT: In Situ
Diffusional Techniques for Studying Water, Sediments and Soils (W. Davison,
et al.). Microtechnology for the Development of In Situ Microanalytical
Systems (G. Fiaccabrino, et al.). Index.
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