||Trace element speciation for environment, food, and health /
|| Royal Society of Chemistry,
Trace elements--Speciation. ;
Trace Elements--adverse effects. ;
Trace Elements--analysis. ;
Trace Elements--deficiency. ;
Nutritional Requirements. ;
Environmental Exposure--adverse effects. ;
Quantitative Analyse. ;
||xxvi, 391 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Accuracy and traceability in speciation analysis -- Quality control in speciation analysis -- Sample treatment and storage in speciation analysis -- Aspects of the threshold limit concept -- Considerations of the legislative aspects of the data quality requirments in trace element analysis -- Metal speciation for improved environmental management -- Mercury : do we know enough? -- Organotin compounds in the environment : still a critical issue -- An environmental case history of the platinum group metals -- Speciation in the frame of environmental biomonitoring : challenges for analytical and environmental sciences -- Arsenic speciation in the environment -- Rapid tests : a convenient tool for sample screening with regard to element speciation -- The importance of trace element speciation in food issues -- Trace metal speciation : a view from inside the food industry -- Trace element speciation in food : a tool to assure food safety and nutritional quality -- Arsenic intake in the Basque Country (Spain) : a real need for speciation -- Trace element speciation and international food legislation : a Codex Alimentarius position paper on arsenic as a contaminant -- The need for speciation to realise the potential of selenium in disease prevention -- The importance of speciation of trace elements in health issues -- Occupational health and speciation using nickel and nickel compounds as an example -- Surface structure and speciation of metal aerosols : a key to the understanding of their biological effects -- The importance of chromium in occupational health -- Speciation related to human health -- Risk assessment and trace element speciation.