Trends in Environmental Analytical Chemistry

(The TQCC of Trends in Environmental Analytical Chemistry is 29. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Characterization, determination and elimination technologies for sulfur from petroleum: Toward cleaner fuel and a safe environment262
Trends in the sample preparation and analysis of nanomaterials as environmental contaminants173
Microplastics in Mediterranean coastal area: toxicity and impact for the environment and human health87
Occurrence of pharmaceuticals and their metabolites in sewage sludge and soil: A review on their distribution and environmental risk assessment75
Organic UV filters in marine environments: An update of analytical methodologies, occurrence and distribution74
Overview of nanosorbents used in solid phase extraction techniques for the monitoring of emerging organic contaminants in water and wastewater samples69
Progress and challenges in the detection of residual pesticides using nanotechnology based colorimetric techniques62
Perspectives of magnetic nature carbon dots in analytical chemistry: From separation to detection and bioimaging57
Significance of nanomaterials in electrochemical sensors for nitrate detection: A review56
Wide-scope screening of polar contaminants of concern in water: A critical review of liquid chromatography-high resolution mass spectrometry-based strategies55
Magnetic nanomaterials for the removal, separation and preconcentration of organic and inorganic pollutants at trace levels and their practical applications: A review53
Current trends and analytical methods for evaluation of microplastics in stormwater52
Applications of single-drop microextraction in analytical chemistry: A review50
Biomolecules as promising ligands in the synthesis of metal nanoclusters: Sensing, bioimaging and catalytic applications49
Trends in nanomaterial-based solid-phase microextraction with a focus on environmental applications - A review48
Layer double hydroxides (LDHs)- based electrochemical and optical sensing assessments for quantification and identification of heavy metals in water and environment samples: A review of status and pro47
Biogenic synthesis of gold and silver nanoparticles used in environmental applications: A review45
Trends in polymers functionalized nanostructures for analysis of environmental pollutants45
Organic pollutants adsorbed on microplastics: Analytical methodologies and occurrence in oceans45
Recent advancement of carbon nanomaterials engrained molecular imprinted polymer for environmental matrix41
Recent development in nanomaterials fabricated paper-based colorimetric and fluorescent sensors: A review41
Trends in the use of passive sampling for monitoring polar pesticides in water40
Molecularly imprinted polymer-carbon paste electrode (MIP-CPE)-based sensors for the sensitive detection of organic and inorganic environmental pollutants: A review39
Nanomaterials based non-enzymatic electrochemical and optical sensors for the detection of carbendazim: A review39
Analysis of emerging and related pollutants in aquatic biota39
Molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs) combined with nanomaterials as electrochemical sensing applications for environmental pollutants38
Porous graphene-based electrodes: Advances in electrochemical sensing of environmental contaminants36
Advances in aptameric biosensors designed to detect toxic contaminants from food, water, human fluids, and the environment34
Recent advancement on chromo-fluorogenic sensing of aluminum(III) with Schiff bases34
The nanomaterials and recent progress in biosensing systems: A review33
Use of pollution indices and ecological risk in the assessment of contamination from chemical elements in soils and sediments – Practical aspects33
Atmospheric pressure chemical ionization in gas chromatography-mass spectrometry for the analysis of persistent organic pollutants33
Topical advances in nanomaterials based electrochemical sensors for resorcinol detection33
Pharmaceuticals and their metabolites in the marine environment: Sources, analytical methods and occurrence32
An overview of emerging pollutants in air: Method of analysis and potential public health concern from human environmental exposure31
Recent developments in electrochemical detection of cadmium29
How environmentally friendly is the analytical process? A paradigm overview of ten greenness assessment metric approaches for analytical methods29
Recent progress in detection of chemical and biological toxins in Water using plasmonic nanosensors29