Development and application of methods and procedures based on Flow Injection Analysis (FIA) - whith analytical concept originally was developed by this group in the mid-70'es and about which over 10,000 papers since have been published world-wide in international scientific periodicals. This feat is not the least due to the adapability of FIA to virtually any type of detection device. Current projects comprize: Enzymatic assays; Trace metal determinations and speciation procedures with detection by atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS) and inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS); Kinetic FIA-descrimination procedures with the aim of determining transient/metastable species of specific analytically interesting characteristics; Trace metal analysis in soil, waste water and drinking water by potentiometric stripping methods; and determinations based upon the combination of FIA and chemometrics. The individual projects are briefly described separately in the attached subprojects.
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