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Themed collection 2014 Young Analytical Scientists

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Editorial

Contributors to the Young Analytical Scientists themed issue

Graphical abstract: Contributors to the Young Analytical Scientists themed issue
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Editorial

Young analytical scientists 2014

Carsten Engelhard introduces the 2014 Young Analytical Scientists themed issue.

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From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Tutorial Review

Current developments in clinical sample preconcentration prior to elemental analysis by atomic spectrometry: a comprehensive literature review

Sample preconcentration is important for metal analysis in complex clinical matrices due to the low concentration of analytes and high salt content.

Graphical abstract: Current developments in clinical sample preconcentration prior to elemental analysis by atomic spectrometry: a comprehensive literature review
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Tutorial Review

DOTA based metal labels for protein quantification: a review

This review addresses the quantification of proteins using lanthanide chelate complexes and ICP-MS.

Graphical abstract: DOTA based metal labels for protein quantification: a review
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

New perspectives in the surface analysis of energy materials by combined time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) and high sensitivity low-energy ion scattering (HS-LEIS)

Advanced ion beam techniques are applied for the outermost and near-surface characterisation of materials for energy storage and conversion.

Graphical abstract: New perspectives in the surface analysis of energy materials by combined time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) and high sensitivity low-energy ion scattering (HS-LEIS)
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

Determination of radioactive cesium isotope ratios by triple quadrupole ICP-MS and its application to rainwater following the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident

A method was developed for the determination of 134Cs/137Cs and 135Cs/137Cs in rainwater samples using a triple quadrupole ICP-MS, with the objective of investigating radioactive cesium isotopic ratios released by the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FDNPP) accident.

Graphical abstract: Determination of radioactive cesium isotope ratios by triple quadrupole ICP-MS and its application to rainwater following the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

Time-resolved mass-spectral characterization of ion formation from a low-frequency, low-temperature plasma probe ambient ionization source

Time-resolved mass spectrometry to characterize the temporal reagent-ion distribution from a low-frequency LTP probe.

Graphical abstract: Time-resolved mass-spectral characterization of ion formation from a low-frequency, low-temperature plasma probe ambient ionization source
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

The effect of carrier gas humidity on the vaporization of laser-produced aerosols in inductively coupled plasmas

The influence the carrier gas humidity has on the vaporization of laser-produced aerosols in inductively coupled plasmas is reported.

Graphical abstract: The effect of carrier gas humidity on the vaporization of laser-produced aerosols in inductively coupled plasmas
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

Determination of toxic elements in tricyclic active pharmaceutical ingredients by ICP-MS: a critical study of digestion methods

The determination of As, Cd, Hg and Pb in tricyclic active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) is performed by ICP-MS after digestion by both combustion and wet digestion methods.

Graphical abstract: Determination of toxic elements in tricyclic active pharmaceutical ingredients by ICP-MS: a critical study of digestion methods
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

Ultrafast laser ablation ICP-MS: role of spot size, laser fluence, and repetition rate in signal intensity and elemental fractionation

A systematic study on the role of spot size, fluence and repetition rate in signal intensity and fractionation effects in ultrafast LA-ICP-MS.

Graphical abstract: Ultrafast laser ablation ICP-MS: role of spot size, laser fluence, and repetition rate in signal intensity and elemental fractionation
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

Determination of trace elements in raw material for polyurethane production using direct sampling graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry

A simple and fast method for the determination of Fe, Mg, Mn and Na by DS-GFAAS in diphenylmethane dianiline samples used as raw material in the polyurethanes industry.

Graphical abstract: Determination of trace elements in raw material for polyurethane production using direct sampling graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

Evaluation of a digestion procedure based on the use of diluted nitric acid solutions and H2O2 for the multielement determination of whole milk powder and bovine liver by ICP-based techniques

The use of diluted HNO3 combined with H2O2 for microwave assisted wet digestion allowed for metal determination with minimized matrix effects and low blank values.

Graphical abstract: Evaluation of a digestion procedure based on the use of diluted nitric acid solutions and H2O2 for the multielement determination of whole milk powder and bovine liver by ICP-based techniques
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

Occurrence of gas flow rotational motion inside the ICP torch: a computational and experimental study

This paper explains how to modify the rotational motion of the gas flow inside the ICP torch.

Graphical abstract: Occurrence of gas flow rotational motion inside the ICP torch: a computational and experimental study
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

Image denoising techniques applied to glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy elemental mapping

Implementation of image denoising algorithms are shown to improve the spatial resolution in 3D GDOES elemental mapping.

Graphical abstract: Image denoising techniques applied to glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy elemental mapping
Paper

Evaluation of electrothermal vaporization as a sample introduction technique for the determination of trace elements in biological samples by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, following dispersive liquid–liquid microextraction

This work describes the method development process involved in the determination of Ag, Cd, Cu and Pb in biological samples by ETV-ICP-MS following extraction of the analytes into chloroform by DLLME.

Graphical abstract: Evaluation of electrothermal vaporization as a sample introduction technique for the determination of trace elements in biological samples by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, following dispersive liquid–liquid microextraction
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Open Access Paper

A novel approach to high pressure flow digestion

By using a novel high pressure (40 bar) flow digestion system food and biological samples can be digested completely automatic.

Graphical abstract: A novel approach to high pressure flow digestion
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

Diffusion- and velocity-driven spatial separation of analytes from single droplets entering an ICP off-axis

This paper describes a fractionation effect within ICPs that leads to spatial/temporal separation of elements originating from a single droplet.

Graphical abstract: Diffusion- and velocity-driven spatial separation of analytes from single droplets entering an ICP off-axis
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Paper

Analytical method for total chromium and nickel in urine using an inductively coupled plasma-universal cell technology-mass spectrometer (ICP-UCT-MS) in kinetic energy discrimination (KED) mode

A method for determining total chromium and nickel content in urine using a quadrupole based ICP-MS method is evaluated and validated.

Graphical abstract: Analytical method for total chromium and nickel in urine using an inductively coupled plasma-universal cell technology-mass spectrometer (ICP-UCT-MS) in kinetic energy discrimination (KED) mode
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Paper

Copper and antimony isotopic analysis via multi-collector ICP-mass spectrometry for provenancing ancient glass

Isotopic analysis of Cu and Sb has been performed on glasses from 14th century BC up to 6th century AD from different locations with the aim of investigating raw material sources used for glass production in antiquity.

Graphical abstract: Copper and antimony isotopic analysis via multi-collector ICP-mass spectrometry for provenancing ancient glass
Paper

Fraction-related quantification of silver nanoparticlesvia on-line species-unspecific post-channel isotope dilution in combination with asymmetric flow-field-flow fractionation (AF4)/sector field ICP-mass spectrometry (ICP-SF-MS)

An approach for quantifying silver nanoparticle fractions after asymmetric flow-field-flow fractionation separation relying on on-line isotope dilution ICP-MS is presented.

Graphical abstract: Fraction-related quantification of silver nanoparticlesvia on-line species-unspecific post-channel isotope dilution in combination with asymmetric flow-field-flow fractionation (AF4)/sector field ICP-mass spectrometry (ICP-SF-MS)
Paper

Quantification of nickel, vanadium and manganese in petroleum products and biofuels through inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry equipped with a high temperature single pass spray chamber

Heated Torch Integrated Sample Introduction System-segmented flow injection allows eliminating interferences in the determination of metals through ICP-MS.

Graphical abstract: Quantification of nickel, vanadium and manganese in petroleum products and biofuels through inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry equipped with a high temperature single pass spray chamber
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Technical Note

Detection of HIV-1 p24 antigen using streptavidin–biotin and gold nanoparticles based immunoassay by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry

A sensitive assay for detection of HIV-1 p24 antigen by ICP-MS was developed using a streptavidin–biotin system and Au nanoparticles based immunoassay.

Graphical abstract: Detection of HIV-1 p24 antigen using streptavidin–biotin and gold nanoparticles based immunoassay by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
Technical Note

In-atomizer atom trapping on gold nanoparticles for sensitive determination of mercury by flow injection cold vapor generation atomic absorption spectrometry

A gold nanoparticles based in-atomizer atom trapping method was developed for the accurate determination of mercury at low μg L−1 levels.

Graphical abstract: In-atomizer atom trapping on gold nanoparticles for sensitive determination of mercury by flow injection cold vapor generation atomic absorption spectrometry
From the themed collection: 2014 Young Analytical Scientists
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About this collection

Highlighting the work of outstanding young scientists in atomic spectrometry and related areas. Authors are either outstanding graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, researchers in their first industrial appointment or young analytical faculty. Each author was nominated by worldwide experts in the field including members of the Editorial Board and Advisory Board of JAAS . Guest Edited by Carsten Engelhard.

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