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Analytical Techniques

  • Sílvio Vaz Jr.
Chapter

Abstract

This chapter describes several analytical techniques to be applied in environmental analysis, comprising classical and instrumental techniques, as well as sensors and probes, miniaturized techniques, high-throughput techniques, and bioassays. Additionally, extraction, concentration, and cleanup techniques are described.

Keywords

Classical techniques Instrumental techniques Sensors and probes Bioassays Sample preparation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sílvio Vaz Jr.
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  1. 1.Embrapa Agroenergia, Parque Estação BiológicaBrazilian Agricultural Research Corporation - National Research Center for AgroenergyBrasiliaBrazil

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