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|Title:||Analytische Chemie 2006/2007|
|Authors:||NIESSNER R.; BROEKAERT J.; EINAX J.; EMONS HENDRIK; HAISCH A.; HUBER M.; JAKUBOWSKI N.; KNOPP T.; POPP J.; SCHELLER F.; SCHUHMANN W.|
|Citation:||NACHRICHTEN AUS DER CHEMIE vol. 56 no. 4 p. 418-427|
|Publisher:||GESELLSCHAFT DEUTSCHER CHEMIKER E V|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The regular bi-annual report on trends in selected areas of analytical chemistry is summarising major advantages in the field. Besides the ongoing tendency towards analytical applications for the life sciences, a significant decrease of research activities for environmental analysis has been detected. There is an increase in the use of modern optoelectronic techniques based on microstructured components. The major move from chemical sensors to biosensors has continued and molecular-biological receptors are dominating clearly in comparison to chemically synthesised ones. The appearance of more autonomous analytical platforms for medical diagnostics and food control is mentioned. Moreover, mass spectrometric techniques are clearly dominating, both as stand-alone and coupled techniques.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements|
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