Publikationsliste. 8. Alternating liquid-solid phase peptide synthesis. H. Frank, H. Meyer, and H. Hagenmaier Chemiker Zeitung 101, (1977)

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1 Publikationsliste 1. A model system for studying peptide synthesis on polymeric suports by ion exchange chromatography. H. Hagenmaier and J. Chromatogr. Sci. 10, (1972) 2. Increased coupling yields in solid phase peptide synthesis with a modified carbodiimide coupling procedure. H. Hagenmaier and Hoppe-Seyler's Z. Physiol. Chem. 335, (1972) 3. Untersuchungen zur Optimierung der Peptidsynthese an polymeren Trägern. (Investigations upon optimization of peptide synthesis on polymeric supports.) and H. Hagenmaier Tetrahedron 30, (1974) 4. Ein neues Verfahren zur Peptidsynthese: die Alternierende Fest-Flüssigphasen- Methode. (A novel method for peptide synthesis: the alternating solid-liquid phase method). and H. Hagenmaier Experientia 31, (1975) 5. Molecular sieve effects in ion-exchange chromatographic separations of oligopeptides. and H. Hagenmaier J. Chromatogr. 106, (1975) 6. Investigation of solid supports and carboxyl protecting groups in alternating liquid-solid phase peptide synthesis., H. Meyer, and H. Hagenmaier. In R. Walter and J. Meienhofer (Eds.): Peptides, Chemistry, Structure, Biology. Ann Arbor, (1975) 7. Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry study of acetylacetonyl dipeptide methyl esters., K. D. Haegele, and D. M. Desiderio. Anal. Chem. 49, (1977) 8. Alternating liquid-solid phase peptide synthesis., H. Meyer, and H. Hagenmaier Chemiker Zeitung 101, (1977)

2 2 9. Rapid gas chromatographic separation of amino acid enantiomers with a novel chiral stationary phase., G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer J. Chromatogr. Sci. 15, (1977) 10. Alternating liquid-solid phase synthesis of Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Factor., H. Hagenmaier, E. Bayer, and D. M. Desiderio In M. Goodman and J. Meienhofer (Eds.): Proceedings of the Fifth American Peptide Symposium, San Diego, (1977) 11. Application of a new chiral stationary phase in GC/MS analysis of optically active metabolites and drugs., G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer In M. Eggstein and H. M. Liebich (Eds.): Mass Spectrometry and Combined Techniques in Medicine, Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Biochemistry, Tübingen, (1977) 12. Gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric analysis of optically active metabolites and drugs on a novel chiral stationary phase., G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer J. Chromatogr. 146, (1978) 13. Use of borane as reducing agent in sequence analysis of peptides by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry., G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer J. Chromatogr. 152, (1978) 14. Racemisierungsstudien an cysteinhaltigen Peptiden. (Investigations upon racemization of cystein-containing peptides.) W. Woiwode,, G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer Chem. Ber. 111, (1978) 15. Chirale Polysiloxane zur Trennung von optischen Antipoden. (Chiral polysiloxanes for separation of optical antipodes.), G.J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer Angew. Chem. 90, (1978) Angew. Chem. Intern. Ed. 17, (1978) 16. Enantiomer labelling, a method for the quantitative analysis of amino acids., G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer J. Chromatogr. 167, (1978) 17. Reduction of oligopeptides to amino alcohols with borane. and D. M. Desiderio Anal. Biochem. 90, (1978)

3 3 18. A modified procedure for acid-catalyzed esterification with isopropanol., D. Bimboes, and G. J. Nicholson Chromatographia 12, (1979) 19. Glas capillary gas chromatography of amino acid enantiomers. G. J. Nicholson,, and E. Bayer J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 2, (1979) 20. Determination of optical purity of amino acids in proteins., W. Woiwode, G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer In E. R. Klein and P. D. Klein (Eds.): Stable Isotopes, Academic Press, (1979) 21. A new gas chromatographic method for determination of amino acid levels in human serum., A. Rettenmeier, H. Weicker. G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer Clin. Chim. Acta 105, (1980) 22. Isobutene formation during halothane anaesthesia in man. V. Hempel, R. May,, H. Remmer, and U. Köster Br. J. Anaesth. 52, (1980) 23. Stereoselective excretion of (3-methoxy-4-sulphooxyphenyl)-ethylene glycol (MHPG-sulphate) in the dog. S. Murray, A. R. Boobis,, T. A. Baillie, and D. S. Davies Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Arch. Pharmacol. 314, (1980) 24. Stereoselective excretion of 3-methoxy-4-hydroxyphenylethylene glycol sulphate in the dog. T. A. Baillie, A. R. Boobis, D. S. Davies,, and S. Murray Brit. J. Pharmacol. 69, 320 P (1980) 25. Monitoring lipid peroxidation by breath analysis: Endogenous hydrocarbons and their metabolic elimination., T. Hintze, D. Bimboes, and H. Remmer Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 56, (1980) 26. Volatile hydrocarbons in breath, an indication for peroxidative degradation of lipids., T. Hintze, and H. Remmer In B. Kolb (Ed.): Applied Headspace Gas Chromatography. Heyden & Son, London, (1980) 27. Chiral organofunctional polysiloxanes: synthesis, properties, and applications. E. Bayer and In C. E. Carraher and M. Tsuda (Eds.): Modification of Polymers. ACS Symposium Series No 121, Washington, (1980)

4 4 28. Gas chromatography of monosaccharides: Formation of a single derivative for each aldose., H. J. C. Neves, and E. Bayer J. Chromatogr. 207, (1981) 29. Gas chromatographic determination of glutamine in the presence of glutamic acid in biological fluids., A. Eimiller, H. H. Kornhuber, and E. Bayer J. Chromatogr. 224, (1981) 30. Determination of the rate of acidic catalyzed racemization of protein amino acids., W. Woiwode, G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer Liebigs Ann. Chem., (1981) 31. Glass capillary gas-liquid chromatography of amino acids. H. Jaeger,, H. U. Kloer, and H. Ditschuneit In W. Jennings (Ed.): Applications of Glass Capillary Gas Chromatography. Marcel Dekker, New York, (1981) 32. Glass capillary gas-liquid chromatography of bile acids. H. Jaeger,, W. Nebelung, H. U. Kloer, and H. Ditschuneit In W. Jennings (Ed.): Applications of Glass Capillary Gas Chromatography. Marcel Dekker, New York, (1981) 33. Glass capillary gas-liquid chromatography of fatty acids. H. Jaeger,, H. U. Kloer, and H. Ditschuneit In W. Jennings (Ed.): Applications of Glass Capillary Gas Chromatography. Marcel Dekker, New York, (1981) 34. A gas chromatographic mathod for identification of the reducing units of disaccharides via reduction of the methoximes with borane. H. J. C. Neves, E. Bayer, G. Blos, and Carbohydr. Res. 99, (1982) 35. Das Alaninverhalten im Serum bei anaerober Laufbelastung. (The behaviour of serum alanine during anaerobic metabolism.) A. Rettenmeier, H. Weicker, and Dtsch. Z. Sportmed. 33, (1982)

5 5 36. Determination of enantiomer-labelled amino acids in small volumes of blood by gas chromatography., A. Rettenmeier, H. Weicker, G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer Anal. Chem. 54, (1982) 37. Metabolic activation of carbon tetrachloride: Induction of cytochrome P-450 with phenobarbital or 3-methylcholanthrene and its effects on covalent binding., H. J. Haussmann, and H. Remmer Chem.-Biol. Interact. 40, (1982) 38. Vinylchloride: Decomposition product of BCNU in vivo and in vitro. M. Clemens,, H. Remmer, and H. D. Waller Cancer Chemother. Pharmacol. 10, (1982) 39. Glas capillary gas chromatography of amino acid enantiomers. G. J. Nicholson,, and E. Bayer In W. Bertsch, W. Jennings, and R. E. Kaiser (Eds.): Recent advances in capillary gas chromatography, Vol. II, Hüthig, Heidelberg, (1982) 40. Influence of anabolic and catabolic hormones on substrate concentrations during various running distances. H. Weicker, A. Rettenmeier, F. Ritthaler,, W. P. Bieger, and G. Klett In J. Poortmans and G. Niset (Eds.): Biochemistry of Exercise, University Park Press, Baltimore, (1981) 41. Determination of alkanes in breath to monitor lipid peroxidation in the presence of volatile toxicants and metabolites. and H. Dürk Arch. Toxicol. 53, (1983) 42. Determination of amino acid enantiomers by two-column gas chromatography with valveless column switching. C. Wang,, G. Wang, L. Zhou, E. Bayer, and P. Lu J. Chromatogr. 262, (1983) 43. Gas chromatographic resolution of 2-hydroxycarboxylic acid enantiomers., J. Gerhardt, G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer J. Chromatogr. 270, (1983) 44. Amino acid determination by capillary gas chromatography on Chirasil-Val. Enantiomer labelling and nitrogen-selective detection., N. Vujtovic-Ockenga, and A. Rettenmeier J. Chromatogr. 279, (1983)

6 6 45. Volatile hydrocarbons from hydrogen peroxide-induced lipid peroxidation of erythrocytes and their cell components. M. Clemens, H. Einsele,, H. Remmer, and H. D. Waller Biochem. Pharmacol. 32, (1983) 46. Cytochrome P-450 oxidation of alkanes originating as scission products during lipid peroxidation. H. Remmer, T. Hintze,, and M. Müh-Zange Xenobiotica 14, (1984) 47. Anaerobic metabolism of carbon tetrachloride and formation of catabolically resistant phospholipids. and B. Link Biochem. Pharamacol. 33, (1984) 48. Carbon tetrachloride metabolism in vivo and exhalation of volatile alkanes: Dependence upon oxygen partial pressure. H. Dürk and Toxicology 30, (1984) 49. Determination of N-acetyl-L-cysteine in biological fluids., D. Thiel, and K. Langer J. Chromatogr. 309, (1984) 50. Derivatization of 2-hydroxyalkanoic acids for gas chromatographic enantiomer separation. C. Wang,, E. Bayer, and P. Lu Chromatographia 18, (1984) 51. Binding of trichloromethyl radicals to lipids of the endoplasmic reticulum during tetrachloromethane metabolism. B. Link, H. Dürk, D. Thiel, and Biochem. J. 223, (1984) 52. Automated pre-column derivatization in gas chromatographic amino acid analysis via enantiomer labelling. J. Gerhardt, G. J. Nicholson,, and E. Bayer Chromatographia 19, (1984) 53. Gas-Chromatographie von Aminosäuren. (Gas chromatography of amino acids.). In W. Fresenius, H. Günzler, W. Huber, I. Lüderwald, and G. Tölg (Eds.): Analytiker- Taschenbuch, Band 4. (Analyst's Handbook, Vol. 4.) Springer-Verlag, Berlin, (1984)

7 N-Stable isotope labelling for monitoring the formation and metabolism of nitrosamines in vivo., K. Mörike, N. Vujtovic-Ockenga, and H. Remmer Fresenius Z. Anal. Chem. 317, 660 (1984) 55. Automated derivatization and gas chromatographic analysis., J. Gerhardt, G. J. Nicholson, and E. Bayer Fresenius Z. Anal. Chem. 317, (1984) 56. Waldschäden durch Photooxidantien? (Forest decline and photo oxidants?) Nachr. Chem. Tech. Lab. 32, (1984) 57 Iosmers of linoleic acid hydroperoxides from peroxidation of microsomal lipids., M. Wiegand, D. Thiel, and H. Remmer In W. Bors, M. Saran, D. Tait (Eds.): Oxygen Radicals in Chemistry and Biology. Walter de Gruyter & Co., Berlin, (1984) 58. The exhaled alkanes indicative for lipid peroxidation in vivo quantitatively measured after CCl 4 and ethanol administration. H. Remmer, T. Hintze, E. G. D. Toranzo, and In W. Bors, M. Saran, D. Tait (Eds.): Oxygen Radicals in Chemistry and Biology, Walter de Gruyter & Co., Berlin, (1984) 59. Chlorophyll-bleaching by atmospheric pollutants and sunlight. A probable cause of the tree damages observed in recent years. and W. Frank Naturwissenschaften 72, (1985) 60. Formation and metabolism of nitrosamines in vivo, monitored by 15 N-stable isotope labelling., K. Mörike, N. Vujtovic-Ockenga, and H. Remmer Xenobiotica 15, (1985) 61. Quantitative gas chromatography using a new automated derivatizer., J. Gerhardt, and G. J. Nicholson J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 8, (1985) 62. Gas chromatographic separation of enantiomeric sulphur compounds on Chirasil-Val. E. Bayer, E. Küsters, G. J. Nicholson, and J. Chromatogr. 320, (1985) 63. Análise de monosaccaridos por chromatografía gás-líquido: CGL e CGL/EM de N,Otrimetilsililaminodeoxialditóis.

8 8 H. J. C. Neves and Rev. Portug. Quim. 27, (1985) 64. Capillary GLC of amino acids. and H. Jäger In H. Jaeger (Ed.): Glass Capillary Chromatography in Clinical Medicine and Pharmacology, Marcel Dekker, New York, (1985) 65. Glass capillary GLC of fatty acids. H. Jaeger, H. U. Kloer, H. Ditschuneit, and In H. Jaeger (Ed.): Glass Capillary Chromatography in Clinical Medicine and Pharmacology, Marcel Dekker, New York, (1985) 66. Glass capillary GLC of bile acids. H. Jaeger, W. Nebelung, H. U. Kloer, H. Ditschuneit, and In H. Jaeger (Ed.): Glass Capillary Chromatography in Clinical Medicine and Pharmacology, Marcel Dekker, New York, (1985) 67. Xanthogenates as "suicide" substrates of cytochrome P-450. S. Yanev,, H. Remmer, and T. Stoytchev In K. Magyar (Ed.): Cytochrome P-450: Biochemistry, Biophysics and Induction. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, (1985) 68. Derivatives for the analysis of monosaccharides by capillary GLC: Trimethylsilylated deoxy(methoxyamino)alditols. H. J. C. Neves, A. M. V. Riscado, and Carbohydr. Res. 152, 1-6 (1986) 69. Lipids in cyanophora paradoxa. II. Arachidonic acid in the lipid fractions of the endocyanelle. D. Zook, H. E. A. Schenk,, D. Thiel, K. Poralla, and T. Härter Endocyt. C. Res. 3, (1986).

9 9 70. Single derivatives for GC-MS assay of reducing sugars and selective detection by the nitrogen-phosphorous detector (NPD). H. J. C. Neves, A. M. V. Riscado, and J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 9, (1986) 71. Photochemical activation of chloroethenes, leading to destruction of photosynthetic pigments. and W. Frank Experientia 42, (1986) 72. Photochemische Aktivierung luftgetragener Chlorkohlenwasserstoffe. (Photochemical activation of airborne chlorocarbons.) Nachr. Chem. Tech. Lab. 34, (1986) 73. Tetrachloromethane metabolism in vivo under normoxia and hypoxia. H. Dürk, C. Klessen, and Arch. Toxicol. 60, (1987) 74. Monohydroperoxides of linoleic acid in endoplasmic lipids of rats exposed to tetrachloromethane., M. Wiegand, M. Strecker, and D. Thiel Lipids 22, (1987) 75. Fatty acids in liver microsomal lipids of rats exposed to hypoxia, tetrachloromethane, or both., H. Dürk, and D. Thiel Biochim. Biophys. Acta 922, (1987) 76. Derivatives for separation of amino acid enantiomers. S. Abdalla, E. Bayer, and Chromatographia 23, (1987) 77. Automation of gas chromatographic analysis. In H. Jaeger (Ed.): Capillary Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry in Medicine and Pharmacology, Hüthig, Heidelberg, (1987) 78. Separation of amino acid enantiomers using chiral polysiloxanes. Quantitative analysis by enantiomer labelling E. Bayer,, and G. J. Nicholson In R. Zumwalt, K. Kuo, and C. W. Gehrke (Eds.): Amino Acid Analysis by Gas Chromatography, Vol. II. CRC-Press, Boca Raton, USA, (1987)

10 Analysis of amino acid racemization and the separation of amino acid enantiomers In R. Zumwalt, K. Kuo, and C. W. Gehrke (Eds.): Amino Acid Analysis by Gas Chromatography, Vol. II. CRC-Press, Boca Raton, USA, (1987) 80. Quantitative determination of airborne C 1 - and C 2 -halocarbons by GC/ECD. and W. Frank J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 11, (1988) 81. Assignment of the configuration of the amino acids in peptidic siderophores. P. Demange, M. A. Abdallah, and J. Chromatogr. 438, (1988) 82. Optimization of the gas chromatographic determination of airborne halocarbons. and W. Frank Fresenius Z. Anal. Chem. 332, (1988) 83. Chiral stationary phases for capillary gas chromatography: Towards higher selectivity and stability. J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 11, (1988) 84. Trichloressigsäure im Boden, eine Ursache neuartiger Waldschäden. (Trichloroacetic acid in soil, a cause of forest decline.) Nachr. Chem. Tech. Lab. 36, 868 (1988) 85. Uptake of airborne tetrachloroethene by spruce needles. and W. Frank Environ. Sci. Technol. 23, (1989) 86. C 1 - and C 2 -halocarbons in soil air of forests., W. Frank, and D. Thiel Atmos. Environ. 23, (1989) 87. Mass spectrometric detection of cross-linked fatty acids formed during radical-induced lesion of lipid membranes., D. Thiel, and J. MacLeod Biochem.J. 260, (1989) 88. Oxidation of airborne C 2 -chlorocarbons to trichloroacetic and dichloroacetic acid., J. Vital, and W. Frank Fresenius Z. Anal. Chem. 333, 713 (1989)

11 Quantitative determination of fatty acid hydroperoxides in vivo., M. Wiegand, and D. Thiel In Simic, Taylor, Ward and von Sonntag (Eds.): Oxygen Radicals in Biology and Medicine. Plenum Publ. Comp., New York, (1989) 90. The determination of (-)-(S)- and (+)-(R)-ifosfamide in plasma using enantioselective gas chromatography. C. L. Young,, C. R. Stewart, and I. W. Wainer Chirality 1, (1989). 91. Neuartige Waldschäden und luftgetragene Chlorkohlenwasserstoffe. (Forest decline and airborne chlorocarbons.) Z. Umweltchem. Ökotox. 4, 7-11 (1989) 92. Ethanol promotes oxygen-radical attack on proteins but not on lipids. H. Remmer, W. Kessler, H. Einsele, Th. Hintze, G. Diaz de Toranzo, A.M. Gharaibeh, and Drug Metabolism Reviews, 20 (2-4), (1989) 93. Assessment of endogenous nitrosamine formation and metabolic activation by 15 N-isotope labelling., P. Hackenberg, and R. Bertele In G. Eisenbrand, G. Bozler, and H.v. Nicolai (Eds.): The Significance of N-Nitrosation of Drugs. Fischer, Stuttgart, (1990) 94. Gas chromatography of enantiomers on chiral stationary phases. In B. Holmstedt,, and B. Testa (Eds.): Chirality and Biological Activity. Alan R. Liss Inc., New York, (1990) 95. Montane Baumschäden durch das Herbizid Trichloressigsäure - Symptome und mögliche Ursachen. (Forest decline included by the herbicide trichloroacetic acid - symptoms and possible causes.), A. Vincon and J. Reiss Z. Umweltchem. Ökotox. 2, (1990)

12 Concentrations of Airborne C 1 - and C 2 -Halocarbons in Forest Areas in West. Germany: Results of three Campaigns in 1986, 1987 and and W. Frank Atmos. Environ. 24A, (1990) 97. The micro trap, an alternative to cryofocussing in capillary gas chromatography. W. Frank and Chromatographia 29, (1990) 98. Trichloroacetic acid in the foliage of forest trees., A. Vincon, J. Reiss and H. Scholl J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 13, (1990) 99. Airborne chlorocarbons, photooxidants, and forest decline. Ambio 20, (1991) 100. Airborne C 1 - and C 2 -halocarbons at four representative sites in europa., W. Frank, and H.J.C. Neves Atmos. Environ. 25 A, (1991) 101. C 1 - und C 2 -Halogenkohlenwasserstoffe - Immissionskonzentration in der bodennahen Atmosphäre Deutschlands. (Halogenated C 1 - and C 2 -hydrocarbons-concentrations in the low atmosphere in Germany), W. Frank, and M. Gey Z. Umweltchem. Ökotox. 3, (1991) 102. Automated trace analysis of airborne C 1 - and C 2 -halocarbons., W. Frank, H.J. Neves, and R. Englert Fresenius Anal. Chem. 340, (1991) 103. Levels of airborne halocarbons at urban and mountain forest sites in Germany and at the Atlantic Coast. W. Frank, H.J.C. Neves, and Chemosphere 23, (1991) 104. A versatile approach to the reproducible synthesis of functionalized polysiloxane stationary phases., I. Abe, and G. Fabian J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 15, (1992)

13 Acetylene, a mammalian metabolite of 1,1,1-trichloroethane. H. Dürk, J.L. Poyer, C. Klessen, and Biochem. 286, (1992) 106. Trichloroacetic acid in conifer needles in Finland., H. Scholl, S. Sutinen, and Y. Norokorpi Ann. Bot. Fennici 29, (1992) 107. Effect of stand density on damage to birch (Betula pubescens) caused by phytotoxic air pollutants. Y. Norokorpi and Ann. Bot. Fennici 30, (1993) 108. Short-chain aliphatic halocarbons: Environmental levels and ecotoxicological properties. Dioxin 93, Organohalogen Compounds, 14, (1993) 109. Haloacetics acids, phytotoxic secondary air pollutants., H. Scholl, D. Renschen, B. Rether, A. Laouedj, and Y. Norokorpi Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 1, 4-14 (1994) 110. A method for reproducible preparation of chiral polysiloxanes with regular repeat units as stationary phases for capillary gas chromatography. I. Abe, T. Nishiyama, and J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 17, 9-14 (1994) 111. Trichloroacetic acid as a phytotoxic air pollutant and the dose-response relationship for defoliation of scots pine. Y. Norokorpi and Sci. Total Environ. 160/161, (1995) 112. Trace analysis of airborne haloacetates., D. Renschen, A. Klein, and H. Scholl J. High Resol. Chromatogr. 18, (1995) 113. Gas chromatographic enantiomer separation of pharmaceuticals on capillary columns coated with novel chiral polysiloxanes. I. Abe, T. Nishiyama, T. Nakahara, and J. Chromatogr. 694 A, (1995) 114. Environmental chloroacetic acids in foods analyzed by GC-ECD. S. Reimann, K. Grob, and Mitt. Geb. Lebensm. Unters. Hyg. 87, (1996)

14 Chloroacetic acids in rainwater. S. Reimann, K. Grob, and Environ. Sci. Technol. 30, 7, (1996) 116. Evironmental trifluoroacetate., A. Klein, and D. Renschen Nature 382, 34 (1996) 117. Secondary Air Pollutants: Epistomatal wax erosion of scots pine needles. B. M. Gullvag,, and Y. Norokorpi Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 3, 3, (1996) 118. A biossay-directed method for the separation of volatile compounds from landfill leachates. W. Brack and Chemosphere 34, (1996) 119. Transport and fate of trifluoracetate in upland forest and wetland ecoystems. G.E. Likens, S.L. Tartowski, W. Berger, D.G. Richey, C.T. Driscoll, H.G. Frank, and A. Klein Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 94, (1997) 120. Chlorophyll a fluorescence: A tool for the investigation of toxic effects in the photosynthetic apparatus. W. Brack and Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safety, 40,1/2, (1998) 121. Separation of chlorophenols by capillary zone electrophoresis. The influence of ph of the electrophoretic buffer on selectivity. X. Liu and J. High Resol. Chromatogr., 21, (1998) 122. Monitoring von Halogenacetaten als phytotoxische (F)CKW-Abbauprodukte in Nadelproben aus dem LfU-Standortfichtenmeßnetz. (Monitoring of haloacetates as phytotoxic fluoro) chlorocarbon degradation products in needle samples from the Bavarian monitoring network., L. Peichl, H. Binniker, W. Baumeister und O. Vierle BayLfU, 151, (1998) 123. Volatile fractions of landfill leachates and their effect on Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii: In vivo chlorophyll a fluorescence. W. Brack, H. Rottler, and Environ. Toxicol. Chem., 17, 10, (1998)

15 New stereoselective GC phases: Immobilized chiral polysiloxanes with (S)-(-)-t-leucine derivatives as selectors. I. Abe, K. Terada, T. Nakahara, and J. High Resol. Chromatogr., 21, (1998) 125. Separation of chlorophenols by capillary zone electrophoresis. X. Liu, L. Zhou, Q. Wang, D. Zhu, and Chinese J. Anal. Chem., 26, 4, (1998) 126. Trifluoroacetate in the environment. Evidence for sources other than HFC/HCFCs. A. Jordan and Environ. Sci. Technol., 33, (1999) 127. Temperature-dependence of supported-liquid-membrane extraction. L. Chimuka, M. M. Nindi, M. E.M. ElNour,, and C. Velasco J. High Resol. Chromatogr., 22, (1999) 127 a Halogenierte Essigsäuren belasten die Umwelt S. Müller and Umweltschutz 2, (1999) 128. New directions: Exchange of comments on The origins and occurence of trichloroacetic acid. A. Jordan and Atmos. Environ. 33, (1999) 129. A procedure for obtaining reproducible results in capillary electrophoresis. X. Liu, J. Wang, J. Wang, Z. Shang, and Chinese J. Anal. Chem., 28, 9, (2000) 130. Uptake, toxicity, and effects on detoxication enzymes of atrazine and trifluoroacetate in embryos of zebrafish. C. Wiegand, S.Pflugmacher, M. Giese,, and C. Steinberg Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safety, 45, (2000) 131. Haloacetates in fog and rain. A. Römpp, O. Klemm, W. Fricke, and Environ. Sci. Technol., 35, (2001)

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