Chromatography, Selenium, Analytical chemistry, High-performance liquid chromatography and Mass spectrometry are his primary areas of study. As a member of one scientific family, Julian F. Tyson mostly works in the field of Chromatography, focusing on Speciation and, on occasion, Reactivity, Nutritional yeast and Ion pairs. In his study, Hydrolysis is inextricably linked to Derivatization, which falls within the broad field of Selenium.
His study in Analytical chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Laser and Fluorescence spectrometry. His study in the field of Electrospray is also linked to topics like Yeast extract. His Mass spectrometry research includes themes of Standard addition and Sample preparation.
His primary areas of investigation include Analytical chemistry, Chromatography, Atomic absorption spectroscopy, Detection limit and Flow injection analysis. His Analytical chemistry study focuses on Matrix in particular. He has included themes like Hydrochloric acid and Selenium in his Chromatography study.
His Atomic absorption spectroscopy research incorporates elements of Hydride, Nickel, Microwave digestion, Dilution and Chromium. As a part of the same scientific family, Julian F. Tyson mostly works in the field of Detection limit, focusing on Arsenic and, on occasion, Extraction. His work carried out in the field of Flow injection analysis brings together such families of science as Standard addition, Dispersion and Detector.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Arsenic, Analytical chemistry, Chromatography, Detection limit and Environmental chemistry. Julian F. Tyson studied Arsenic and Linear range that intersect with Analyte and Volume. He has researched Analytical chemistry in several fields, including Biomolecule, Sodium and Atomic spectroscopy.
The various areas that Julian F. Tyson examines in his Chromatography study include Inductively coupled plasma and Selenium. The Inductively coupled plasma study combines topics in areas such as Cerium and Mass spectrometry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mercury, Hydrochloric acid, Extraction and Atomic absorption spectroscopy in addition to Detection limit.
Julian F. Tyson mainly focuses on Chromatography, Environmental chemistry, Arsenic, High-performance liquid chromatography and Detection limit. His research integrates issues of Computational chemistry and Sample preparation in his study of Environmental chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry and Selenium as well as High-performance liquid chromatography.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Gas chromatography, Derivatization and Selenium Compound in addition to Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. His Detection limit study is related to the wider topic of Analytical chemistry. In the subject of general Atomic absorption spectroscopy, his work in Cold vapour atomic fluorescence spectroscopy is often linked to Sodium borohydride, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
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Chemical speciation influences comparative activity of selenium-enriched garlic and yeast in mammary cancer prevention.
Clement Ip;Marc Birringer;Eric Block;Mihály Kotrebai.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2000)
Selenium speciation in enriched and natural samples by HPLC-ICP-MS and HPLC-ESI-MS with perfluorinated carboxylic acid ion-pairing agents
Mihály Kotrebai;Marc Birringer;Julian F. Tyson;Eric Block.
Speciation of selenoamino acids and organoselenium compounds in selenium-enriched yeast using high-performance liquid chromatography-inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
Susan M. Bird;Peter C. Uden;Julian F. Tyson;Eric Block.
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (1997)
High-performance liquid chromatography of selenium compounds utilizing perfluorinated carboxylic acid ion-pairing agents and inductively coupled plasma and electrospray ionization mass spectrometric detection.
Mihály Kotrebai;Julian F. Tyson;Eric Block;Peter C. Uden.
Journal of Chromatography A (2000)
High-performance liquid chromatography of selenoamino acids and organo selenium compounds Speciation by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
Susan M Bird;Honghong Ge;Peter C Uden;Julian F Tyson.
Journal of Chromatography A (1997)
Chromatographic speciation of anionic and neutral selenium compounds in Se-accumulating Brassica juncea (Indian mustard) and in selenized yeast.
Chethaka Kahakachchi;Harriet Totoe Boakye;Peter C. Uden;Julian F. Tyson.
Journal of Chromatography A (2004)
Interaction of laser radiation with solid materials and its significance to analytical spectrometry: a review
Susan A. Darke;Julian F. Tyson.
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (1993)
Identification of the principal selenium compounds in selenium-enriched natural sample extracts by ion-pair liquid chromatography with inductively coupled plasma- and electrospray ionization-mass spectrometric detection
Mihály Kotrebai;Julian F. Tyson;Peter C. Uden;Marc Birringer.
Analytical Communications (1999)
Atomic spectrometry update. Advances in atomic emission, absorption, and fluorescence spectrometry, and related techniques
E. Hywel Evans;Jason A. Day;Christopher D. Palmer;W. John Price.
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (1991)
Determination of acetaminophen by flow injection with on-line chemical derivatization: Investigations using visible and FTIR spectrophotometry
Maiella L Ramos;Julian F Tyson;David J Curran.
Analytica Chimica Acta (1998)
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