Quantitative Analysis of Water and Biological Samples for Determination of Haleogenated Organics in the Upper Trinity River, Texas : Final Technical Report

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This study had three objectives: 1) to develop a method for the quantitative determination of total organic bound chlorine in water and biological samples using Source-Excited X-Ray Fluorescence, 2) to provide training in the use of analytical techniques for students from different disciplines, and 3) to use an interdisciplinary approach involving students of biology, chemistry, and physics to investigate a complex environmental problem. Only the first objective is treated in detail in this volume.

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ii, 49 p. : ill., maps

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Johnson, David E. 1976.

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The mission of the Institute of Applied Science (IAS) is to foster, facilitate and conduct science-based interdisciplinary environmental research that seeks to understand how human actions impact the environment, and to use that knowledge to suggest scientific, engineering, policy and/or educational solutions to environmental problems. Closely affiliated with 10 other campus departments, the IAS conducts research on issues surrounding air; climate change; ecosystems and conservation; health; land, waste and cleanup; pharmaceuticals and pesticides; and water. The IAS also provides science education and outreach.

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This study had three objectives: 1) to develop a method for the quantitative determination of total organic bound chlorine in water and biological samples using Source-Excited X-Ray Fluorescence, 2) to provide training in the use of analytical techniques for students from different disciplines, and 3) to use an interdisciplinary approach involving students of biology, chemistry, and physics to investigate a complex environmental problem. Only the first objective is treated in detail in this volume.

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ii, 49 p. : ill., maps

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NSF Grant No. SMI76-07982

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Johnson, David E. Quantitative Analysis of Water and Biological Samples for Determination of Haleogenated Organics in the Upper Trinity River, Texas : Final Technical Report, book, 1976; Denton, TX. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc29482/: accessed December 12, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Institute of Applied Sciences.