nd This book collects the scientific contributions from the lecturers at the 2 edition of the qInternational School on Marine Chemistryq held in Ustica (Palermo, Italy) from 5 to 12 September 1998. The School was planned with the aim of giving an overview about the chemical processes occurring in the marine environment and the more recent anaAs lytical methodologies for their study. The School was organised under the auspices of the Italian Chemical Society and with the financial support of the Marine Reserve of Ustica Island, the Committee for Environment of Italian CNR, the University of Palermo, the Provincia Regionale of Palermo and the Shimadzu-Italia Corporation. The book has been printed with the fiAs nancial support of the ''Assessorato Ambienteq of the Provincia Regionale of Palermo. All the participants, about a hundred including the lecturers and the Organising Committee, are grateful for the generous support of the agencies. A particular acAs knowledgement from the Editors is to all the lecturers for their availability and courAs tesy and for the high quality of their scientific contributions.A low-capacity silica-based cation-exchange column was used for the separation of transition metals (Co, Cu, Fe) and coupled with ... In this case attention has been paid to eluent composition not only to improve separation but also for its compatibility with the post-column reaction. ... Since EDTA forms, at the proper pH, negatively charged complexes with divalent or trivalent metal ions, the possibility foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Chemical Processes in Marine Environments|
|Author||:||Antonio Gianguzza, Ezio Pelizzetti|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2000-02-18|