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Selective chemical sensing using soluble or immobilised chemilumineseence reagents: New analytical strategies for a new millenium
Chief Researcher: Barnett Prof N
Duration: 1/01/1998 - 31/12/2000
Descriptors: CHEMILUMINESCENCE; ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
Fields of Research: 030401 Instrumentational Methods
030402 Chemical and Physical Methods


Sequential injection analysis with chemilumineseence: A strategy for increased productivity applicable to the extraction and manufacture of pharmaceutical alkaloids
Chief Researcher: Barnett Prof N
Sponsor: Glaxo Wellcome Australia Ltd
Duration: 1/01/1997 - 31/12/1999
Descriptors: CHEMILUMINESCENCE--DETECTION; PROCESS ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY., SEQUENTIAL INJECTION ANALYSIS
Fields of Research: 030401 Instrumentational Methods
030402 Chemical and Physical Methods


The development of a simple, rapid and inexpensive method for the determination of sodium oxalate in alumina process liquors using flow analysis with chemi-lumineseence detection
Chief Researcher: Barnett Prof N
Sponsor: Australian Mineral Industries Research Association
Duration: 1/05/1996 - 30/04/1999
Descriptors: CHEMILUMINESCENCE--DETECTION; PROCESS ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY., SEQUENTIAL INJECTION ANALYSIS
Fields of Research: 030401 Instrumentational Methods
030402 Chemical and Physical Methods


Mathematical modelling of chemilumineseence reaction kinetics for selective analysis in complex mixtures
Chief Researcher: Lewis Dr S
Duration: 1/01/1998 - 31/12/1998
Descriptors: ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY; CHEMILUMINESCENCE; KINETIC METHODS
Fields of Research: 030401 Instrumentational Methods
030402 Chemical and Physical Methods

 


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