INDEX

Organizers

Sponsors

Steering committee

Scientific committee

Local organizing committee

Interesting addresses

Awards

Introduction

Program

Contributions

Abstracts of the contributions

Additional information

Devoted issue of Analytica Chimica Acta

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ORGANIZERS

 

Association of Environmental Sciences and Techniques (AEST)

University of the Balearic Islands (UIB)

 Japanese Association for Flow Injection Analysis (JAFIA)

 

SPONSORS

 

Conselleria d’Hisenda, I Innovación. Govern Balear

Crison España

Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia

Sa Nostra

SCIWARE

TIRME

 


INTERNATIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE

 

Elias Zagatto. (Brasil)

Marek Trojanovicz (Poland)

Ian D. Mc Kelvie (Australia)

José Luis F.C.Lima (Portugal)

Víctor Cerdà. (Spain)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

 

J.L.Boudenne (France)

J.L.Burguera (Venezuela)

Gary D. Christian (USA)

P.K.Dasgupta (USA)

C.Duarte (Spain)

O.Elsholz. (Germany)

W. Frenzel (Germany)

H.M. González. (Cuba)

K.Grudpan (Thailand)

M. de la Guardia (Spain)

E.H.Hansen (Denmark)

T. Imato (Japan)

B. Karlberg (Sweden)

 

S.Kolev (Australia)

L.O.Leal (México)

P.L.López de Alba (México)

S. Motomizu (Japan)

M. Polasek (Czech Republic)

A.Rangel. (Portugal)

J.Ruzicka (USA)

T.Sakai (Japan)

P.Solich (Czech Republic)

M.Valcarcel (Spain)

Jianhua Wang (China)

P.Worsfold (England)

 


LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

 

   Jesús Alpízar

Jessica Avivar

Warunya Boonjob

Amalia Cerdà

Victor Cerdá

Miguel Coll

José M. Estela

Mailén Fernández

Laura Ferrer

Rafael Forteza

Catalina Genestar

Esteve Gomila

Camelia Henríquez

Burkhard Horstkotte

Erich Ledesma

Irene Llinares

Joan March

Fernando Maya

Manuel Miró

Fátima Moukhchan

Carlos Rodríguez

Maria Rosende

Antonio Serra

Ruth Suárez

 


 

 AWARDS

SUPPORTED BY SCIWARE

P018
Flow injection determination of fluoride for monitoring the biodegradation of fluorophenol in a biorreactor

Raquel B. R. Mesquitaa, b, Inês C. Santosa, Marta F. F. Pedrosaa, Anouk F. Duquea, Maria F. Carvalhoa, Paula M. L. Castroa and António O. S. S. Rangela
aCBQF/Escola Superior de Biotecnologia, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 4200-072 Porto, Portugal
bLaboratory of Hydrobiology, Institute of Biomedical Sciences Abel Salazar (ICBAS) and Institute of Marine Research (CIIMAR), Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal
 

P058
Separation of vitamins A, D3 and E acetate using sequential injection chromatography (SIC)

Petra Žáková1, Hana Sklenářová1, Petr Chocholouš1, Dalibor Šatínský1, Lenka Krčmová2, Dagmar Solichová2, Petr Solich1
1Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Charles University, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic
2Department of Metabolic Care and Gerontology, Faculty of Medicine and University Hospital, Charles University, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic
 

P059
Evaluation of Spirulina platensis extract and photoprotector creams by means of vitamin E determination using Multi-Syringe Chromatography and HPLC

Hilda Ma. González-San Miguela, Ivone Almiralla, Rodny Montes de Ocab, Jesús Alpízarc, Víctor Cerdàc
aDpto. de Tecnología y Control de Medicamentos, Instituto de Farmacia y Alimentos. Universidad de La Habana. Cuba.
bLaboratorio Antidoping. Cuba
cLaboratorio de Química Analítica, Medio Ambiente y Automatización, Facultad de Ciencias. Universidad de las Islas Baleares. España

 


ABOUT PAST SYMPOSIA ON FLOW ANALYSIS

FLOW ANALYSIS was started in 1979, first held in Amsterdam. The International Conference on Flow Analysis is held approximately every 3 years, with the host country and organizers selected by the Scientific Committee at the previous conference.

FLOW ANALYSIS Conferences have been held in (I) Amsterdam, the Netherlands 1979; (II) Lund, Sweden, 1982; (III) Birmingham, UK, 1985; (IV) in Las Vegas, NV, USA; (V) Kumamoto, Japan, 1991; (VI) in Toledo, Spain, 1994; (VII) Piracicaba, Brazil, 1997; (VIII) Warsaw, Poland, 2000; (IX) Geelong, Australia, 2003; (X) Porto, Portugal, 2006. (XI) Mallorca, Spain, 2009. Next will take place in Thessalonica, Greece, 2012 

FLOW ANALYSIS comprises numerous techniques that encompass much of what we do as analytical chemists. It includes operations and techniques such as segmented, continuous, stopped, sequential, multi-commutated, multi-syringe, multi-pumping flow, chromatography, and electrophoresis. Flow methods are used for handling and treating solutions, and for separations, and are applicable for all sorts of wet chemical operations and measurements. They provide rapid, precise, and automated measurements, using small samples, with low reagent consumption.

FLOW ANALYSIS, in many forms, will continue to evolve as important aspects of analytical science and will certainly remain an important venue for fostering interactions and novel developments in this area, reporting of the latest research worldwide, including theory of flow analysis, instrumentation development (which includes new detectors and hybrid systems), and applications in industrial, environmental, and clinical analysis.

Program

 


 

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ABSTRACTS OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS)

 Lectures

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Conference venue:

Pollentia Club Resort. Carretera Alcudia- Pto Pollensa km 2. Alcudia. Mallorca

DEVOTED ISSUE OF

 Analytica Chimica Acta

 Invitation letter

A special issue of Analytica Chimica Acta will be devoted to the symposium. All manuscripts will be subject to the usual refereeing procedure and only innovative papers will be published. The manuscripts must be written according to the Guide for Authors (available via http://ees.elsevier.com/aca) and submitted on-line via the journal's home-page: http://ees.elsevier.com/aca, selecting the Article Type Flow Analysis 2009.  Detailed instructions for on-line submission will be supplied by the publisher well before the symposium is held.

 

Dead-line for papers submission: 18 October 2009

 

PHOTOS

 

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