Special Issue "New and Novel Analytical Approaches to Measurement of Emerging Environmental Contaminants"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 October 2021) | Viewed by 3687
This Special Issue will focus on studies related to the development and application of novel analytical methods to measure the occurrence of emerging contaminants in the environment. Conventional analytical methods for the routine measurement of chemical contaminants in the environment are, to a large degree, designed and optimized for the detection of compounds of concern that are commonly encountered in environmental systems. While conventional approaches are valuable for surveying and monitoring systems for contaminants of known or historical concern, many compounds of emerging environmental concern, including pharmaceuticals, personal care products, and other novel commercial and industrial compounds, are not always fully captured through these routine analytical approaches. This is due to a variety of reasons, including missing or unavailable analytical standards, matrix interferences, and uncertainty in relation to which compounds might be present and causing environmental problems. Currently, there is a significant advancement in the field of analytical environmental chemistry towards the development of novel analytical methods to increase our ability to discover and account for compounds that are either newly emerging as contaminants of concern or that have been historically overlooked.
Dr. James Longstaffe
Manuscript Submission Information
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- environmental analysis
- emerging contaminants
- nontargeted analysis
- perfluoroalkyl substances
- personal care products
- environmental contaminants