There are various methods of detection and
quantification of toxic chemical compounds (TCCs) and toxic industrial
chemicals (TICs). The present research is on the most effective methods known
for achieving good human health prevention. The TCCs detection methods are
described and analyzed by showing their advantages and disadvantages. Although
incineration or other oxidative procedures are widely discussed methodologies
for TCC detection and quantification, derive their widespread industrial use
and environmental persistence from their resistance to oxidative degradation.
The more highly chlorinated the TCC, the greater its resistance to oxidation,
and the longer it will persist in the environment. Several detection
methodologies for TCC remediation have been described, including treatment with
Chemical Detector Paper, Colorimetric Detection Tubes, Infra-Red (IR)
Spectroscopy, M21 Remote Sensing Chemical Agent Alarm, TravelI RHC, etc.