By A. Bjørseth (auth.), A. Bjørseth, G. Angeletti (eds.)
The fee of the eu groups provides with this quantity the court cases and the conclusions of the second one ecu Symposium at the research of natural micropollutants in water. This symposium has been geared up in the framework of the Concerted motion "Analysis of natural Micropollutants in Water". This examine programme is together carried out via the ecu groups and Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Yugoslavia in the framework of a value (Cooperation Scientifique et procedure) contract. The undertaking, sometimes called rate venture 64b bis, goals at coordinating all suitable learn during this box within the engaging nations. An attempt is made to enhance equipment and strategies for the id and quantitative choice of natural compounds found in all kinds of water. The symposium accredited to study the consequences completed in the past 3 years of analysis within the following parts: - Sampling and pattern therapy - Gas-chromatography Separation of non-volatile compounds, particularly excessive functionality liquid chromatography (HPLC) - Mass-spectrometry - facts processing - particular analytical difficulties, particularly the research of natural halogens and phenolic compounds. the quantity offers a slightly whole assessment of the actions during this box in Europe. we're convinced that it constitutes a worthwhile contribution to fixing the real difficulties posed by means of the large variety of already pointed out or but unknown natural toxins in water. The fee of the ecu groups needs to precise their honest due to the co-organizers, the nationwide Board for technological know-how and know-how, Dublin and An Foras Forbartha, Dublin.
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