The Science And Art Of Organic Trace Analysis By Chromatography | 10254
Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques
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Trace organic analysis by chromatography is related to many state-of-the-art methodologies in several fields such as climatic
change and global warming, related to the analysis of environmental pollutants, disease diagnosis through the detection of
specific biomarkers in several biological fluids, anti-dopping control in sports, DNA pattern in forensic analysis, and identification
of insect sexual attractants, which may contribute to increase crop yields by means of biological control of pests instead of
chemicals. However, when the analyst faces a specific problem in the lab, a mixture of science and art is the way to succeed in the
analysis, like a painter choosing the best colors and shades. That?s the experience shown in the book ?Trace Organic Analysis? from
the presenter, which has been recently edited by the Editorial Acad?mica Espa?ola The book is divided in 5 chapters including
theoretical principles for qualitative and quantitative analysis of trace organics, the chromatographic instrumentation needed
to reach low detection limits and applications examples on pollutants determination (air, water and soil), bioactive principles in
natural products extracts and biomarkers in biological fluids.
Alberto J. Nu?ez Sell?s completed his University studies in Havana (1975), Ph.D. from the Academy of Sciences of Tchekoslovaquie (1985) and
Dr.Sc from the University of Havana (2007). At present, he is the Research Director, National Evangelic University, Santo Domingo, Dominican
Republic. He has published 6 books, 15 book chapters and more tan 100 articles in scientific peer review journals. He serves as editorial board
member or repute journals and works actively within the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and other international scientific bodies.
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