John Wiley & Sons Inc., 1998. — 372 p.The objectives of this book are, first, to provide a straightforward explanation of how solid-phase extraction (SPE) works, including information on the chemistry of the solid phase and the mechanisms of interaction; second, to provide detailed applications of SPE in clinical, environmental, and natural product chemistry. The selectivity and sophistication of SPE chemistry and sorbents have diversified so rapidly since their inception in the late 1970s that experience is required to make intelligent decisions on choices for SPE sorbents. Third, a discussion of the latest SPE technology provides insight into automation and new methods in sample preparation. Overall, it is hoped that this book will serve as an important reference tool for students, laboratory technicians, and application chemists who are current users of solid-phase extraction.
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