Volume 5, Issue 21 of BrJAC brings scientific articles on methods for the determination of bioactive compounds in fruit by-products for value added processing; development of an accurate, fast, precise and economic chromatographic method for determination of impurities in pharmaceutical products; and electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) simultaneously supported by UV-vis spectral analysis in the determination of polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in environmental samples.
The Editorial presents a reflection on the eight years in which BrJAC has been helping to record a little of the history of science. A Point of View address the theme Forensic Analytical Chemistry. The interview of this edition is with Professor Alice A. da Matta Chasin, who has extensive experience in Toxicology, with emphasis on Forensic Toxicological Analysis.
The Sponsor Reports present analytical methods in forensic chemistry using Scanning Electron Microscope, LC-MS Orbitrap, and Microwave Sample Prep.
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