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Solid-Phase Extraction. Handbooks in Separation Science

  • ID: 4759543
  • Book
  • September 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 740 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Solid Phase Extraction thoroughly presents both new and historic techniques for dealing with solid phase extraction. It provides all information laboratory scientists need for choosing and utilizing suitable sample preparation procedures for any kind of sample. In addition, the book showcases the contemporary uses of sample preparation techniques in the most important industrial and academic project environments, including solid-phase Microextraction, molecularly imprinted polymers, magnetic nanoparticles, and more. Written by recognized experts in their respective fields, this one-stop reference is ideal for those who need to know which technique to choose for solid phase extraction.

Used in conjunction with a similar release, Liquid Phase Extraction, this book allows users to master this crucial aspect of sample preparation.

  • Defines the current state-of-the-art in extraction techniques and the methods and procedures for implementing them in laboratory practice
  • Includes extensive referencing that facilitates the identification of key information
  • Aimed at both entry-level scientists and those who want to explore new techniques and methods

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1. Core Concepts and Milestones 2. Inorganic Oxide and Chemically Bonded Sorbents 3. Porous Polymer Sorbents 4. Carbon-based Adsorbents 5. Restricted Access Media 6. Aptamer-Based and Immunosorbents 7. Metal Chelation Sorbents 8. Molecularly Imprinted Polymers 9. Magnetic Nanoparticles 10. Metal-Organic Frameworks 11. Electrospun Sorbents 12. Particle-Containing Membranes 13. In-Tube Solid-Phase Extraction 14. Needle Traps 15. Micro-Solid-Phase Extraction 16. Microextraction by Packed Sorbent and Pipette Tip Devices 17. Solid-Phase Microextraction (materials) 18. Stir-Bar Sorptive Extraction 19. Matrix Solid-Phase Dispersion 20. Solid-Phase Derivatization Extraction 21. Solid-Phase Passive Samplers 22. Automation and High-Throughput 23. Design of Experiments and Method Development 24. Environmental Applications (Cartridge and Disk Devices) 25. Environmental Applications (Solid-Phase Microextraction) 26. Environmental Analysis of Ions 27. Biomedical Applications (Cartridge and Disk Devices) 28. Biomedical Applications (Solid-Phase Microextraction) 29. Applications in Food Analysis 30. Industrial Applications 31. Atmospheric and Workplace Applications 32. Physicochemical Applications

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Poole, Colin F.
Prof. Colin F. Poole was born and educated in the United Kingdom receiving a B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Leeds (1971) followed by graduate studies at the University of Bristol, MSc. in analytical chemistry (1972), and Ph.D. with Prof. E. D. Morgan at the University of Keele (1975) on the analysis of insect moulting hormones. Since 1980 he has been at the Department of Chemistry, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA , except for 1995-1996, spent as the Governors' Lecturer and Professor of Analytical Chemistry at Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine, London, in the United Kingdom. He is a former Science Advisor to the US Food and Drug Administration, a position he occupied for 25 years. Professor Poole has broad interests in the separation and detection of small molecules in biological, environmental, and food samples using a range of sample preparation, chromatographic and data analysis tools. He is the co-author of over 400 papers, 20 books, an editor of Journal of Chromatography A and a member of the editorial boards of 5 other analytical chemistry journals.
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