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Method development and applications - hollow fiber SLM extraction of mono and dicarboxylic acids

Hussain, Atif LU (2011) KEMR16 20102
Department of Chemistry
Abstract
A highly sensitive (LOD= 0.04-0.4 ng/ml) method was developed for the detection and quantification of monocarboxylic and dicarboxylic acids (C3 -C10) by GC-MS. These compounds exist in trace amount as essential components of secondary organic aerosols i.e. they are important constituents of atmospheric aerosols. Membrane extraction technique was utilized for selective enrichment (1-4300 times) of the target compounds. Good repeatability (RSD% ≤ 10%) using a selective organic phase (10% TOPO in DHE) was achieved with three-phase HF-LPME. Target compounds in real samples (aerosols), after ultrasonic assisted extraction were quantified through GC-MS. Effective derivatization of each target compound was performed with BSTFA reagent. Gas... (More)
A highly sensitive (LOD= 0.04-0.4 ng/ml) method was developed for the detection and quantification of monocarboxylic and dicarboxylic acids (C3 -C10) by GC-MS. These compounds exist in trace amount as essential components of secondary organic aerosols i.e. they are important constituents of atmospheric aerosols. Membrane extraction technique was utilized for selective enrichment (1-4300 times) of the target compounds. Good repeatability (RSD% ≤ 10%) using a selective organic phase (10% TOPO in DHE) was achieved with three-phase HF-LPME. Target compounds in real samples (aerosols), after ultrasonic assisted extraction were quantified through GC-MS. Effective derivatization of each target compound was performed with BSTFA reagent. Gas chromatography, having a capillary column and interfaced with mass spectrometry was used for detection, separation and quantification of the target compounds. (Less)
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author
Hussain, Atif LU
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organization
course
KEMR16 20102
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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keywords
UAE samples, BSTFA, Derivatization, analytisk kemi, HF-LPME, TOPO, DHE, TMS
language
English
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2857153
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2012-06-29 17:12:55
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@misc{2857153,
  abstract     = {A highly sensitive (LOD= 0.04-0.4 ng/ml) method was developed for the detection and quantification of monocarboxylic and dicarboxylic acids (C3 -C10) by GC-MS. These compounds exist in trace amount as essential components of secondary organic aerosols i.e. they are important constituents of atmospheric aerosols. Membrane extraction technique was utilized for selective enrichment (1-4300 times) of the target compounds. Good repeatability (RSD% ≤ 10%) using a selective organic phase (10% TOPO in DHE) was achieved with three-phase HF-LPME. Target compounds in real samples (aerosols), after ultrasonic assisted extraction were quantified through GC-MS. Effective derivatization of each target compound was performed with BSTFA reagent. Gas chromatography, having a capillary column and interfaced with mass spectrometry was used for detection, separation and quantification of the target compounds.},
  author       = {Hussain, Atif},
  keyword      = {UAE samples,BSTFA,Derivatization,analytisk kemi,HF-LPME,TOPO,DHE,TMS},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Method development and applications - hollow fiber SLM extraction of mono and dicarboxylic acids},
  year         = {2011},
}