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Annual review of analytical chemistry; v.3, 2010.


Annual review of analytical chemistry; v.3, 2010.

Ed. by Edward S. Yeung, Richard N. Zare, and R. Graham Cooks.

Annual Reviews


477 pages




Developments in the science over the past year are reviewed in 20 chapters on techniques, sometimes in reference to particular applications. Among them are ambient ionizing mass spectrometry, the analysis of water in confined geometries and at interfaces, in-situ optical studies of solid-oxide fuel cells, electrochemical aspects of electrospray and laser desorption/ionization for mass spectrometry, adaptive microsensor systems, chiral separations, fundamentals of rotationally induced hydrodynamics and applications to high-speed bioassays, microsystems for capturing low-abundance cells, and advances in mass spectrometry for lipidomics. There is no subject index. Institutional price is $153.

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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