New Nanoscaled Paramagnetic Complexes (NPCs) Based on Porphyrins/Phthalocyanines for Environmental Chemistry
Nanostructured Metal Oxides for Sensing Toxic Air Pollutants
Nanozyme-Based Environmental Monitoring
Photocatalytic Degradation of Natural and Synthetic Estrogens with Semiconducting Nanoparticles
Smart Composite Materials for Environmental Decontamination
Nanostructured Oxide Materials for Photodegradation of Dyes
Desalination of Irrigation Water, Livestock Water, and Reject Brine Using n-ZVM (Fe0, Al0, Cu0)
Legal Aspects of Environmental Safety Regulation in the Sphere of Nanotechnology in the Russian Federation
Nanotechnology and International Environmental Law: A Preliminary Assessment
Consequences of the Use of Nanomaterials for Environmental Analysis: Fate, Transport and Bioavailability in the Environment
About this book
Environmental analysis techniques have advanced due to the use of nanotechnologies in improving the detection sensitivity and miniaturization of the devices in analytical procedures. These allow for developments such as increases in analyte concentration, the removal of interfering species and improvements in the detection limits. Bridging a gap in the literature, this book uniquely brings together state-of-the-art research in the applications of novel nanomaterials to each of the classical components of environmental analysis, namely sample preparation and extraction, separation and identification by spectroscopic techniques. Special attention is paid to those approaches that are considered greener and reduce the cost of the analysis process both in terms of chemicals and time consumption.
Advanced undergraduates, graduates and researchers at the forefront of environmental science and engineering will find this book a good source of information. It will also help regulators, decision makers, surveillance agencies and the organizations assessing the impact of pollutants on the environment.