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Title: How did flow injection analysis, and its related techniques, develop in various parts of the globe? Reflections of prominent FIA practitioners
Authors: Kate Grudpan
Gary D. Christian
Ian D. McKelvie
Keywords: Chemistry
Issue Date: 15-Jun-2011
Abstract: Some of the views and responses from the FIA researchers and practitioners of the flow injection analysis and its related techniques are discussed. Gary D. Christian's first FIA work was with his student, Tim Kelly, and his first publication was 'Fluorometer for Flow Injection Analysis with Application to Oxidase Enzyme Dependent Reactions.' Alan Townshend recalls that FIA was introduced into his research program while he was a lecturer at Birmingham University. According to him, FIA proved ideal for monitoring chemiluminescent reactions, which required isolation from ambient light, and also for the use of solid phase reagents, especially immobilized enzymes. Bo Karlberg confirms that this technique has governed. Boaventura F. Reis started the work with FIA process at 1976 as an MS student. His favorite aspect of FIA is the versatility to handle chemical solutions, a feature that has been exploited to develop analytical procedures comprising a wide range of sample matrices, which has been implemented using all detection techniques usually employed in analytical chemistry.
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http://cmuir.cmu.ac.th/jspui/handle/6653943832/49826
ISSN: 00399140
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