Effluent analysis in analytical chemistry: an overview

Sánchez Rojas, F.; Bosch Ojeda, C.
June 2005
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Jun2005, Vol. 382 Issue 4, p978
Academic Journal
This review summarizes and discusses effluent analysis, focusing on the methods and techniques that have been most frequently described in the literature since 1975. The methods are classified into four main categories: (1) physical and chemical properties; (2) inorganic metals analysis; (3) inorganic non-metallic analysis; (4) organic analysis.


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