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The Automatic Methods Group Newsletter

Journal of Automatic Chemistry
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DOI: 10.1155/s1463924696000065
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Journal of Automatic Chemistry, Vol. 18, No. 2 (March-April 1996), pp. 59-69 AUTOMATIC METHODS GROUP Analytical Division ROYAL’ SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY The Automatic Methods Group Newsletter The AMG Newsletter is published as part of and in collaboration with the Journal of Automatic Chemistry. Further information on the Journal of Automatic Chemistry can be obtained from Taylor & Francis Ltd, Rankine Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire RG24 8PR or e-mail: [email protected]; worldwide web home page: http: Monitoring the needs of society: New horizons in pollution control A joint meeting of the Automatic Methods Group and South East Region of the Royal Society of Chemistry in co-operation with the Health and Safety Executive was held on 12 and 13 December 1995 at the Scientific Societies Lecture Theatre, New Burlington Place, London W1. Abstracts ofsome ofthe papers read at the meeting and the posters presentedfollow. The meeting was divided intofour sessions: Session 1: Directives and standards Chairman: R. H. Brown Session 1 (a) Workplace monitoring Basis for the legislation and guidance Mike Mahony Practical applications Jeff Friar Moves towards standardization in the USA Martin Harper Session 1 b Indoor air Indoor air: basis for legislation and guidance Derek Crump Analysis of VOCs in indoor air: practical applications Jan Kristensson Session, l(c) Environmental monitoring Chairman: J. R. P. Clarke The basis for the legislation and guidance Stephanie Coster The use of diffusive sampling for monitoring the environment Kevin J. Saunders Session 2: Framework for measurement Quality and accreditation Norman West Calibration and traceability Theo L. Hafkenscheid 0142-0453/96 $12.00 (C) 1996 Taylor & Francis Ltd. 59 AMG Newsletter Session 3: Measurement Analysis of organic volatiles by thermal desorption Introduction to thermal desorption techniques Richard H. Brown Developments in multi-bed sorbents Greg Johnson Chairman: K. J. Saunders Using hand-held el

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