Inorganic Species Savior
Does the hyphenation of ion chromatography with (inductively coupled plasma)-mass spectrometry represent the pinnacle of species analysis in environmental toxicology? And, if not, what more is needed?
Rajmund Michalski |
At the beginning of the twenty-first century, analytical chemistry had to face new challenges. First and foremost, new information about the toxicological properties and forms of elements was appearing and there was a necessity for the detection and determination of gradually lowering analyte concentrations – often in complex matrix samples.
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