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15 16 ADVANCES IN SPECIATION ANALYSIS OF MERCURY IN THE ENVIRONMENT samples). It is very easy to couple GC with highly effective preconcentration methods, such as purge and trap, which can signiﬁcantly improve the sensitivity and makes GC the ﬁrst choice for analyzing ultra-low concentrations of Hg species in environmental samples. , 2009). Various element-speciﬁc detectors, such as atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS), inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS), atomic ﬂuorescence spectrometry (AFS), and atomic emission spectrometry (AES), have been coupled on-line to GC, HPLC, or CE for Hg speciation analysis.
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REFERENCES 9 Following this opening chapter, environmental analytical chemistry of mercury species and measurement of industrial gas phase mercury emissions are discussed. 4), which includes the interaction of mercury with organic matter and the isotope fractionation of mercury. In addition, the toxicity, metallomics, and health risks associated with mercury (in particular MeHg) exposure are discussed in Part IV of the book. 6 CONCLUDING REMARKS Both naturally occurring and anthropogenic processes can release mercury into the environment, and the latter has led to a current total global atmospheric mercury burden two- to ﬁvefold higher than before the industrialized period.