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Paul Board


  • How to get the best resultsSubscription

    1 April, 2000Updated: 19 February, 2009

    Sampling is one of the most important steps in laboratory testing, especially for contaminated sites. Common pitfalls can be avoided by clear communication of testing requirements with the laboratory, says Paul Board.

  • Chemical equation cs Paul Board demystifies the minefield of analytical chemistry techniques available for contaminated site investigation.Subscription

    1 April, 1999Updated: 19 February, 2009

    Analytical chemistry has an ever-increasing impact upon many diverse professions, not least those involved in site investigation. With drivers such as the Environment Agency and the new NHBC Guidelines on land quality, the need for such professions to procure analytical services is on the increase. Often, the uninitiated can find some of the jargon associated with environmental analysis a mystery.