By A. Bjørseth (auth.), A. Bjørseth, G. Angeletti (eds.)

The fee of the ecu groups offers with this quantity the lawsuits and the conclusions of the second one eu Symposium at the research of natural micropollutants in water. This symposium has been prepared in the framework of the Concerted motion "Analysis of natural Micropollutants in Water". This examine programme is together carried out by means of the eu groups and Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Yugoslavia in the framework of a value (Cooperation Scientifique et method) contract. The undertaking, sometimes called rate venture 64b bis, goals at coordinating all appropriate learn during this box within the engaging international locations. An attempt is made to enhance tools and methods for the identity and quantitative selection of natural compounds found in every kind of water. The symposium authorised to check the implications completed in past times 3 years of study within the following components: - Sampling and pattern therapy - Gas-chromatography Separation of non-volatile compounds, specifically excessive functionality liquid chromatography (HPLC) - Mass-spectrometry - information processing - particular analytical difficulties, particularly the research of natural halogens and phenolic compounds. the amount offers a slightly entire evaluation of the actions during this box in Europe. we're convinced that it constitutes a helpful contribution to fixing the $64000 difficulties posed via the massive variety of already pointed out or but unknown natural toxins in water. The fee of the ecu groups needs to specific their honest because of the co-organizers, the nationwide Board for technology and expertise, Dublin and An Foras Forbartha, Dublin.

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2, it is evident that £ DDT and PCBs present only a small fraction of the total ECD matter (between 1-5% in equivalents of DDT). There are three levels of concentrations of ECD matter in river water, samples from piezometers (positioned at different distances from the river bank) and the well as can be seen in Fig. 3. Variations of ECD matter concentrations in piezometer samples are relatively high and it is not possible to see the influence of the pumping time on their values. CONCLUSION As seen from these preliminary results obtained using the ECD and FID fingerprint methods in the evaluation of water samples polluted with volatile organic matter, it is not possible to identify a single organic compound, or even a group of compounds.

We have only a few comparative results, but it seems that the total ~T IRCHA method is a good compromise. XAD2 improved is certainly a good and cheap way to mak~ a routine survey but we have to find, why we detect only 5 compounds, versvs 14 in the ~ T CHCI3. ;~ ••••• 2,85mg/l improved . 0 . ---:_ contaminants + micropollutants Solvent efficiency on raw water val u e s ) Extract Purity is a criteria of the contaminants (Apparatus + reagents blank ! D. Carbon +IRA 20 - 50 KF 0,17 0,04 2 XAD2 alone Evaluation of the cost of materials and reagents before treatment ==?

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