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Stringent environment and safety regulations, growing awareness among masses, new technological innovations, strong market competition, rapidly changing economic conditions, shrinking raw material sources and improved product demands have been key factors in continuous demand for improvements in the quality of measurement and for development of new methods based on physical, chemical and biological principles and effects. The purpose of instrumentation is to obtain the requisite information leading to the successful completion of the process. A wide range of instruments are used to measure different parameters with the goal of improving system productivity, reliability, safety, optimization and stability. Mathematical models are additional tools that could help examine economic, environmental and ecological impacts of process control and resource conservation strategies and thus aid decision makers in formulating cost effective management policies. The present volume looks into various instrumentation, modelling and analysis tools available for environmental applications. A complete list of the topics covered in this volume is as follows: • Automated environmental monitoring based on flow analysis techniques • Automated microanalyzer for in-situ and on-line applications • Using geoprocessing as a tool to assess the environmental contamination • Radiochemical procedures applied to low-level environmental samples • A nuclear analytical chemistry technique: the neutron activation analysis • Novel technologies for decentralized lead detection and analysis • Mineralogy and geochemistry of fly ashes from coal combustion • Overview of spectroscopic techniques • Spectroscopic techniques in analysis of environmental pollutant • Radiochemical neutron activation analysis for improving the analytical separations • Current trends in biosensors for environmental applications • Recent advances in biological devices and techniques • Concept, tools and applications of metagenomics • Electrochemical techniques for rapid determination of pesticides in environment • Modelling of copper variability in phytoremediated contaminated soils • Mathematical modelling of environmental problems This volume contains 16 articles from 35 researchers and/or academicians representing 10 nations, namely Brazil, Egypt, France, India, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Poland, Spain and Uruguay giving an overview of the various research activities being carried out in different parts of the world in the field of Instrumentation, Modelling and Analysis of environmental problems and pollutants.
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Title Environmental Science and Engineering Volume 7 : Instrumentation, Modelling & Analysis Table of Content Foreword to the Series, Editorial Board, About the Editors, List of Contributors , About the Series, Preface, Automation of Analytical Methods for Environmental Monitoring Based on Flow Analysis Techniques, Automated Microanalyzer with AutoCalibration and WirelessControl for in-situ and On-line Applications, Using Geoprocessing as a Tool to Assess the Environmental Contamination, Radiochemical Procedures Applied to Low Level Environmental Samples, A Nuclear Analytical Chemistry Technique: The Neutron Activation Analysis, Novel Technologies for Decentralized Lead Detection and Analysis, The Mineralogy and Geochemistry of Fly Ashes from Coal Combustion, Spectroscopic Techniques, Spectroscopic Techniques in Analysis of Environmental Pollutant, Radiochemical Neutron Activation Analysis for Improving the Analytical Separations, Current Trends in Biosensors for Environmental Applications, Recent Advances in Biological Devices and Techniques, Metagenomics: Concept, Tools and Applications, Electrochemical Techniques: Rapid Tool for DeterminatioN of Pesticides Residues in the Environment Pollution, Modeling of Copper Concentration Variability in Phytoremediated Contaminated Soils Using Combined Neural Network and Monte Carlo Simulations, Mathematical Modeling of Environmental Problems, Appendix-I: Table of Contents of the Series Environmental Science & Engineering (Vols. 1 to 12, Subject Index Page No. 450 Author's Name Seiichiro Yonemura ,Bhola R Gurjar and J N Govil Publisher Studium Press LLC Year Of Publication 2017 ISBN 10 1-62699-095-6 ISBN 13 No About The Book No Binding type No Book Size(len) No Series No book size(hei) 9 Book size width 6 Edition 1st
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