Environmental analytical chemistry can be envisioned as a branch of analytical chemistry as well as a branch of environmental chemistry. Environmental chemistry can be defined as the study of the separation, identification, and quantification of the chemical components of environmental importance. Since environmental chemistry can be defined as the study of contaminant behavior (pollution chemistry), analysis (environmental analytical chemistry), and chemical control technology (pollution control chemistry)
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Environmental Analytical Chemistry researchers going on environmental matrices such as natural waters and soils it obtains elemental speciation data at environmentally relevant concentrations in real environmental systems and such data with sufficiently high spatial and temporal resolution to investigate changes in dynamic environmental systems.