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Authors: T. Prasada Rao, Dhanya James and Milja T. Elias (National Institute for Interdisciplinary & Technology, Trivandrum, India) 
Book Description:
Atrazine, a non-persistent pesticide, belongs to a triazine herbicide group of pesticides and is derived from the s-triazine structure - a six member heterocyclic with symmetrically located nitrogen atoms that are substituted at the 2, 4, 6 – positions. This book describes the physical and chemical properties, toxicity, herbicide action and need for routine monitoring. Also discussed herein is an overview of sensors (with special emphasis on electrochemical sensors) for pesticides in general and atrazine in particular. The concept of molecular imprinting science and technology (MIS&T) is introduced with reference to pesticide monitoring.
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Table of Contents:
Introduction pp.1-10

Atrazine Toxicity

Herbicide Action


Atrazine Sensors-General

Atrazine Sensors-Electrochemical

Molecular Imprinting pp.11-30

Molecular Imprinting Technology (MIT)

Molecular Imprinting-Classification

Semi-covalent Imprinting

Metal Coordination Imprinting

Configurations of MIP’s

MIP based atrazine sensors – Electrochemical

Field effect capacitor devices & capacitive sensors

Perm-selective membrane coupled with cunductometric detection


Chemfet or Isfets



MIP based Atrazine sensors-Non Electrochemical

Conclusion pp.31-32

References pp.33-38

Index pp.39-43

      Chemistry Research and Applications
      Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 43.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61761-100-1
   Status: AV
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FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
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