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Main Title Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons from U.S. and Antarctic Sites Analyzed with Synchronous Fluorescence Spectrometry.
Author Amick, E. N. ; Pollard, J. E. ; Engelmann, W. H. ; Brown, K. W. ; Alarie, J. P. ;
CORP Author Lockheed Environmental Systems and Technologies Co., Las Vegas, NV. ;Oak Ridge National Lab., TN. Center for Engineering Systems Advanced Research. ;Idaho National Engineering Lab., Idaho Falls.;Environmental Monitoring Systems Lab., Las Vegas, NV.
Publisher 1995
Year Published 1995
Report Number EPA-68-CO-0049; EPA/600/A-95/048;
Stock Number PB95-199667
Additional Subjects Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons ; Fluorescence spectroscopy ; Ultraviolet spectroscopy ; Soil analysis ; Quantitative chemical analysis ; Antarctica ; Pollution sampling ; Spectrochemical analysis ; Soil contamination ; Sediments ; Creosotes ; Field tests ; Reprints ; Jackson(Tennessee)
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NTIS  PB95-199667 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 09/02/1995
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Abstract
Synchronous ultraviolet-visible (US-vis) fluorescence spectrometry is currently being evaluated as a field screening technology by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory in Las Vegas, Nevada (EMSL-LV). A prototype field-portable spectrofluorometer capable of excitation, emission, and synchronous scans was field tested at the American Creosote Works Superfund Site (a wood preservation facility) in Jackson, Tennessee. The instrument was also tested in the laboratory with sediment samples collected from Antarctica. The results of the study demonstrate the utility of synchronous fluorescence to provide evidence of the presence and identity of hydrocarbon contamination in environmental samples. The technique allows flexibility in selection of optimum extraction and instrumental procedures for site-specific matrices.