Environmental Organic Pollutants Analyses
 
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Shumen University “Ep. Konstantin Preslavski”, 9712 Shumen, University str. 115, Faculty of Nature Sciences
Online publish date: 2007-10-01
Publish date: 2007-10-01
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2008;3(1):123–133
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Since the main objects of environmental analyses have been inorganic compounds the interest to organic pollutants within recent 20 years increases. Organic compounds in the environment are either of natural origin or products of human activity. Their number and quantity grow rapidly and damage environment and human health. The scientists all over the world have reached an agreement about the danger of organic pollutants even in micro quantities. The environmental protection requirements lead to methods and technique elaboration. Series of analyses of drink and waste waters, atmosphere air, solid scraps, a.o. are published. The organic compounds determination is in process of permanent development. Every one analysis has a concrete method of approach; it depends on the type and concentration of the components of interest, but mostly on the staff skill level, on his ability to select the best analytical method and technique and to interpret results by the best way. Examples of modern chromatographic and analytical methods used for organic pollutants content determination in different environmental object types are given in this paper. Methods used for quantitative analyses as well as methods for isolation and identification of organic compounds are shown.
 
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