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Fundamentals of environmental sampling and analysis.


Fundamentals of environmental sampling and analysis.

Zhang, Chunlong Carl.



436 pages




Zhang (environmental science and environmental chemistry, U. of Houston-Clear Lake) provides a textbook for graduate and senior undergraduate students in environmental science and engineering, and for practitioners who are either engaged themselves in sampling and analyzing, or interpret environmental data for various purposes. Concentrating on underlying concepts rather than specific techniques, he describes the fundamentals of sampling, selecting standard methods, chemical and instrumental principles, and applying methods to particular contaminants.

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