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The establishment of EVISA is funded by the EU through the Fifth Framework Programme (G7RT- CT- 2002- 05112).


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EVISA Resources

EVISA Link pages to detection techniques
All about Mass Spectrometry
All about Atomic Spectrometry
All about Molecular Spectroscopy
All about Radioanalytical Techniques

EVISA Link pages related to separation techniques
All about Chromatography
All about Electrophoresis

EVISA Link pages related to Data Evaluation and Reporting
All about QA/QC

EVISA Brief Summaries
 ICP-MS - A versatile detection system for speciation analysis
 LC-ICP-MS - The most often used hyphenated system for speciation analysis
 GC-ICP-MS: A very sensitive hyphenated system for speciation analysis
 CE-ICP-MS for speciation analysis
 ESI-MS: The tool for the identification of species

EVISA Database System:
EVISA Journal Database: Analytical Chemistry Journals
EVISA Link Database: External information related to Chemical Analysis
EVISA Link Database: Analytical Research Groups
EVISA Link Database: Analytical Research Projects
EVISA Link Database: Analytical Methods
EVISA Company Database: Producers of Certified Reference Materials
EVISA Company Database: Analytical Societies
EVISA Directory of Scientists
EVISA Agenda of Events (related to speciation analysis)


Newsgroups/Discussion Groups/List-servers/Fora

Analytical Sciences Digital Library (ASDL)
The Analytical Sciences Digital Library collects, catalogs, annotates and links peer-reviewed web-based educational resources and publishes the online journal, JASDL.

Analytic News - Online Magazin for Analytical Laboratories
Analytik.de : German analytical chemistry portal
Wiley - ChemistryViews: Analytical


Societies

American Chemical Society: Division of Analytical Chemistry
German Chemical Society - GDCh - Fachgruppe Analytische Chemie
IUPAC Analytical Chemistry Division (V)
Royal Australian Chemical Institute: Analytical Chemistry Division
Royal Netherlands Chemical Society: Analytical Chemistry Section
Swiss Chemical Society: The Division of Analytical Chemistry


Terminology

EVISA Glossary of terms
EVISA's Glossary is a guide to terms used within the interdisciplinary community of   scientists involved in research related to elemental species).

IUPAC: Chemical Terminology (Gold Book)
The IUPAC Compendium of Chemical Terminology is the definitive guide to chemical terminology; it now contains more than 7000 entries, is easy to browse, search, and navigate.
IUPAC: Analytical Terminology (Orange book)
The Web edition of the IUPAC Compendium on Analytical Terminology provides ease of access to the extensive information contained in its recommendations.


Tutorials

Analytical Chemistry Basics @ SCIMEDIA
Analytical Chemistry and Instrumentation @ SCIMEDIA

Analytical Chemistry Cross-Index @ Chemistry Hypermedia Project
This index provides an introduction to some of the fundamental concepts and methods of analytical chemistry.

Encyclopedia of Analytical Instrumentation @ Chemistry Hypewrmedia Project
This index provides introductions to the most common methods of instrumental analysis.

Analytical Chemistry @ James K. Hardy/University of Akron
The site provides copies of the lecture materials associated with Analytical Chemistry I and II. Each topic listed links to a PDF format file.

Chemometricc @ James K. Hardy/University of Akron
This area contains copies of the lecture presentations associated with 3150:710 Special Topics: Chemometrics

Statistics for Analytical Chemistry
This page is an introduction to statistical tools used for analytical chemistry. It was developed to help students apply statistical tests and tools to data sets typically encountered in analytical chemistry.

Survival Guide to Analytical Chemistry @ CSU Fresno US
A tutorial guide to problem solving in analytical chemistry.


Data/Databases

Aqueous Solutions @ IUPAC
A package of programs for the quantitative treatment of activity coefficients and a wide range of equilibria in solutions of varying backgrounds, ionic strengths and temperatures. Includes software for speciation calculations and titration simulations.

CRC Handbook of Chemistry & Physics Online
The content of the 92nd Edition, 2011-2012, of the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics is available online here.

CS Chemfinder @ Cambridge Software
Chemfinder is the most comprehensive resource for chemical compound data on the Web at this time. Enter the formula, name, molecular weight, or even a drawn structure fragment of a compound and this database fills in the blanks and returns structural formulas and a few other properties, along with compound-specific MSDS links. The database presently contains over 75000 compounds, although detailed data is available only for a few thousand of the most common compounds.

Solubility Database @ IUPAC
The database covers solubilities originally published in the IUPAC-NIST Solubility Data Series. Mutual solubilities and liquid-liquid equilibria of binary, ternary and quaternary systems are presented. Typical solvents and solutes include water, sea water, heavy water, inorganic compounds, and a variety of organic compounds such as hydrocarbons, halogenated hydrocarbons, alcohols, acids, esters and nitrogen compounds.

Stability Constants Database @ IUPAC
This database gives very fast access to all significant published metal-ligand stability constants with over 22000 literature references and with interactive applications to display speciation curves, to correct for temperature or ionic strength changes etc.

NIST Chemistry WebBook
The NIST Chemistry WebBook provides access to data compiled and distributed by NIST under the Standard Reference Data Program.

Thermodynamic Data and Property Calculation Sites on the Web
A link list managed by the Thermodynamics Research Laboratory, UIC.


WolframAlpha
Wolfram|Alpha introduces a fundamentally new way to get knowledge and answers—
not by searching the web, but by doing dynamic computations based on a vast collection of built-in data, algorithms, and methods.


Standard Methods

GESTIS-Analytical methods for chemical substances
This database contains validated lists of methods from various EU member states described as suitable for the analysis of chemical agents at workplaces. The priority of substances covered here was defined in line with their relevance to workplace health.

National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety (NIOSH) Manual of Analytical Methods (NMAM)
A collection of methods for sampling and analysis of contaminants in workplace air, and in the blood and urine of workers who are occupationally exposed. These methods have been developed or adapted by NIOSH or its partners and have been evaluated according to established experimental protocols and performance criteria. NMAM also includes chapters on quality assurance, sampling, portable instrumentation.

NEMI - National Environmental Methods Index
A searchable database of environmental analytical methods 

OECD Guidelines for the Testing of Chemicals
Internationally agreed test methods to determine the safety of chemicals and chemical preparations, including pesticides and industrial chemicals

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
OSHA provides an alphabetical list of chemicals that have either a validated or partially validated OSHA method. Some chemicals may be listed by their common synonym. The index includes the method number, validation status, CAS number, analytical instrument and sampling device.

United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The EPA publishes laboratory analytical methods used by industries and municipalities to analyse the chemical and biological components of wastewater, drinking water, sediment, and other environmental samples that are required by EPA regulations under the authority of the Clean Water Act and the Safe Drinking Water Act.


Good Laboratory Practice (GLP)

Inorganic Ventures: Trace Analysis Guide - A Guide for Attaining Reliable Measurements
Dr. Paul Gaines present an essential guide for trace analysts at any level of experience. Topics cover all phases of sample collection, preparation, measurement, and data analysis. (All references to trace analysis assume the use of either ICP-OES or ICP-MS for the purposes of this guide.)


Tools

University of Liverpool: PFG - A recipe calculator for thermodynamically correct buffers for pH control



last time modified: January 11, 2012



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