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Experienced practitioners present detailed accounts of a wide variety of techniques using supercritical fluids. These range from the supercritical fluid extraction methods for numerous compounds to the ninhydrin staining of fingerprints on checks and banknotes-and from the detection of impurities in pharmaceuticals to a wide variety of applications throughout environmental and food science, and across analytical, clinical, and medicinal chemistry. Detailed step-by-step instructions enable users to apply these essential techniques successfully the first time and include modifications that permit their effective adaptation to novel experimental or process conditions. Versatile and comprehensive, Supercritical Fluid Methods and Protocols offers both novice and experienced investigators and laboratory analysts powerful tools that enable successful biological and bioprocess analyses and optimization today.
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John R. Williams (May 4, 1782 – October 20, 1854) was an American soldier, merchant, and politician who is most well known for serving as the first mayor of Detroit, Michigan.
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