Anionic Surfactants : Analytical Chemistry, Second Edition, book cover
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Anionic Surfactants
Analytical Chemistry, Second Edition,

Edited By

John Cross

ISBN 9780367455781
Published December 2, 2019 by CRC Press
366 Pages

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Book Description

"Presents the most comprehensive coverage available of the detection, isolation, identification, and estimation of all anionic surfactants in a wide variety of samples in trace and macro quantities. Features new chapters on volumetric and trace analysis, molecular and mass spectroscopy, and chromatographic processes."

Table of Contents

Anionic surfactants - an introduction; the volumetric analysis of anionic surfactants; trace analysis of anionic surfactants in laboratory test liquors and environmental samples; molecular spectroscopy 1 - infrared and Raman spectroscopy; molecular spectroscopy of anionic surfactants 2 - nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; mass spectroscopy of anionic surfactants; chromatographic processes for the analysis of anionic surfactants; analysis of fluorinated anionic surfactants.

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JOHN CROSS has taught Analytical and Physical Chemistry at the University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia since 1969. Additionally, he is a member of the Chemical Hazards Emergency Management Unit of the Queensland State Government. The editor of Nonionic Surfactants: Chemical Analysis and the coeditor of Cationic Surfactants: Analytical and Biological Evaluation (both titles, Marcel Dekker, Inc.), Dr. Cross is a Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute and a member of the Australian Association of Science Communicators. He gained his technical qualifications (Higher National Certificate and Graduateship of the Royal Institute of Chemistry) from Kingston University (formerly, Kingston Polytechnic), Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom. He received the M.Sc. (1965) and the Ph.D. (1967) degrees for his work on the mechanisms of gas-phase reactions from the University of New EnglandasArmidale, Australia.