Analytical methodologies for arsenic, selenium, and mercury: A historical perspective
ACS symposium series
Historical interrelationships between mercury, arsenic, and selenium are examined and assessed in terms of their environmental impacts, cold vapor/hydride analytical method development, and emergence of the discipline of chemistry. The narrative is accentuated by highlighting important contributions made by environmental chemistry professionals, and is appropriate for an audience of environmental chemical analysts, chemical educators, students, and teachers.
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Kolopajlo, L. (2017). Analytical methodologies for arsenic, selenium, and mercury: A historical perspective. In M. A. Benvenuto & T. Williamson (Eds.), Elements old and new: Discoveries, developments, challenges, and environmental implications ( pp. 141–172). American Chemical Society. https://doi.org/10.1021/bk-2017-1263.ch008