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Chemistry, Analytical

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  • We review the fundamental principles of physiology, metabolism, and analytical chemistry that are necessary to correctly interpret the serum creatinine concentration [2].
  • Analytical chemistry of synthetic routes to psychoactive tryptamines. Part III. Characterisation of the Speeter and Anthony route to N,N-dialkylated tryptamines using CI-IT-MS-MS [3].
  • For a set of 846 organic compounds, relevant in forensic analytical chemistry, with highly diverse chemical structures, the gas chromatographic Kovats retention indices have been quantitatively modeled by using a large set of molecular descriptors generated by software Dragon [4].
  • Perchloric acid is the major source of the perchlorate ion in the RLWTF used in the analytical chemistry laboratories and for metal dissolution [5].
  • Results are reported for two certified reference materials and also ethanol solutions prepared for a CITAC (Co-operation on International Traceability in Analytical Chemistry) interlaboratory comparison [6].

Biological context of Chemistry, Analytical

  • Recently, there has been considerable progress in elucidating the biosynthesis of glycopeptide antibiotics by combining molecular biology and analytical chemistry methods [7].
  • An expert panel, comprised of specialists in the fields of pediatrics, family medicine, nursing, lactation, human milk sampling, analytical chemistry, epidemiology, pharmacology, toxicology, nutrition, and risk evaluation and communication, was assembled to participate in a 2-day workshop at the Milton S [8].
  • Then, the isotope dilution method was used for iron determination below ng g(-1) level of trace iron in four environmental reference materials (river water standard sample JAC-0031 (Japan Soc. for Analytical Chemistry), estuarine standard sample SLEW-2 (NRC Canada) and seawater standard samples CASS-3 and NASS-5 (NRC Canada)) were measured [9].

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