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Пассивный пробоотбор в анализе водных сред

Опубликовано в журнале «Вода: химия и экология» № 4 за 2012 год, стр. 39-54.
Рубрика: Научно-аналитические обзоры

 

Комарова Т.В. PhD, научный сотрудник, Национальный научный центр по токсикологии окружающей среды Университета Квинсленда, Австралия

Аннотация:
Обзор посвящён анализу существующих методов пассивного пробоотбора. Показано, что выбор между пассивным и активным пробоотбором во многом должен определяться целями и задачами мониторинговых программ. На современном этапе пассивный пробоотбор следует, прежде всего, рассматривать как метод пробоотбора, дополняющий уже существующие, и являющийся равноценно достойным, а в некоторых случаях обладающий рядом преимуществ.

Ключевые слова: активный и пассивный пробоотбор, водная среда, гидрофобные органические соединения, микроколичества

Ссылка для цитирования:
Комарова Т.В. Пассивный пробоотбор в анализе водных сред // Вода: химия и экология. — 2012. — № 4. — c. 39-54. — http://watchemec.ru/article/24553/

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