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The International Journal of Pure and Applied Analytical Chemistry


Analytical Abstracts, Aqualine Abstracts, BIOSIS, Chemical Abstracts, Curr Cont ASCA/Phy Chem & Earth Sci, EIC/Intelligence, Elsevier BIOBASE, Research Alert, SCISEARCH, Science Citation Index, Scopus

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Oxford, New York
Talanta, published monthly, provides a forum for the publication of original research papers, preliminary communications, annotations and reviews in all branches of pure and applied analytical chemistry. Letters to the editors will be considered for publication. Analytical data should be submitted only if they are clearly related to analytical measurements.
Original research papers on fundamental studies and novel instrumentation development are especially encouraged. The latter include physical, inorganic and organic chemistry measurement instrumentations that are unique, and chemical sensors. New electronic developments are welcome. Novel applications in areas such as clinical chemistry, environmental analysis, geochemistry and materials science and engineering, etc. are welcome. Since classical spectrophotometric measurements and applications, solvent extraction, titrimetry, etc. are well established, studies in such areas should demonstrate a unique and substantial advantage over presently known systems. Solvent extraction methods in particular, but others as well, should focus on the use of non-hazardous material substitutes and the minimization of waste generation. Studies with new reagents or systems should be as comprehensive as possible, rather than a series of similar papers for several elements or compounds. Contributions will be expected to be of the high standard set and maintained by Talanta and to make a definite and useful contribution to analytical chemistry.

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