Volume 41, Number 8
The utility of environmental testing equipment such as an infrared analyzer for wastewater testing and biofuel blends is discussed in this issue. Also featured is an article on determining nitrobenzene in water, whereby liquid phase microextraction precedes high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).
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Two challenges facing the biofuels industry involve compliance with blend quality standards and wastewater regulations. According to a study done by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the chief... read more
Nitrobenzene is widely used as an intermediary in the chemical industry.
The release of nitrobenzene into the environment is of great concern because
of its toxicity, persistence, and accumulation ... read more
The extraction of organics from water
is fundamental in environmental, pharmaceutical, process, food, forensic,
and other laboratories. Nearly all laboratories that perform organic analyses are ... read more
Silver is one of the oldest metals known to humanity and is still very important in minting, jewelry, and industry. Silver can be obtained from pure deposits and ores and, like other precious metals, ... read more