Solid Phase Extraction: State of the Art and Future Perspectives

This book is a collection of 13 innovative papers describing the state of the art and the future perspectives in solid-phase extraction covering several analytical fields prior to the use of gas or liquid chromatographic analysis. New sorptive materials are presented including carbon nanohorn supras...

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Main Author: Samanidou, Victoria
Format: eBook
Published: MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute 2019
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653 |a wastewater 
653 |a preparative high-performance liquid chromatography 
653 |a urea-formaldehyde co-oligomers 
653 |a dispersive solid-phase extraction 
653 |a preparative purification 
653 |a derivatization 
653 |a organochlorine pesticides 
653 |a metal-organic frameworks 
653 |a in-syringe micro solid-phase extraction 
653 |a environmental samples 
653 |a gas chromatography-mass spectrometry 
653 |a benzotriazoles 
653 |a online solid-phase extraction 
653 |a organic pollutants 
653 |a water 
653 |a liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry 
653 |a IBD 
653 |a extraction 
653 |a paper 
653 |a peptide 
653 |a fabric phase sorptive extraction 
653 |a hydrophilic solid-phase extraction 
653 |a antibacterial diterpenes 
653 |a graphene 
653 |a analyte partitioning 
653 |a solid phase peptide synthesis 
653 |a perfluoroalkyl acids 
653 |a enantiomeric excess 
653 |a sorptive phase 
653 |a peroxynitrite 
653 |a Chemistry 
653 |a HPLC-DAD 
653 |a solid phase extraction (SPE) 
653 |a bamboo charcoal 
653 |a nitrated DNA lesion 
653 |a Science (General) 
653 |a microextraction 
653 |a in-house loaded SPE 
653 |a solid-phase extraction 
653 |a Salvia prattii 
653 |a antidepressants 
653 |a personal care products 
653 |a HPLC-PDA 
653 |a carbon nanohorns 
653 |a response surface methodology 
653 |a parabens 
653 |a melamine sponge 
653 |a method validation 
653 |a FPSE 
653 |a GC–MS/MS 
653 |a sample preparation 
653 |a LC-MS/MS 
653 |a gradient elution 
653 |a isotope-dilution 
653 |a chiral compounds 
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520 |a This book is a collection of 13 innovative papers describing the state of the art and the future perspectives in solid-phase extraction covering several analytical fields prior to the use of gas or liquid chromatographic analysis. New sorptive materials are presented including carbon nanohorn suprastructures on paper support, melamine sponge functionalized with urea–formaldehyde co-oligomers, chiral metal–organic frameworks, UiO-66-based metal–organic frameworks, and fabric phase sorptive media for various applications. Solid-phase extraction can be applied in several formats aside from the conventional cartridges or mini-column approach, e.g., online solid-phase extraction, dispersive solid-phase microextraction, and in-syringe micro-solid-phase extraction can be very helpful for analyte pre-concentration and sample clean-up. Polycyclic musks in aqueous samples, 8-Nitroguanine in DNA by chemical derivatization antibacterial diterpenes from the roots of salvia prattii, perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in aater samples by bamboo charcoal-based SPE, parabens in environmental water samples, benzotriazoles as environmental pollutants, organochlorine pesticide residues in various fruit juices and water samples and synthetic peptide purification are among the applications cited in this collection. All these outstanding contributions highlight the necessity of this analytical step, present the advantages and disadvantages of each method and focus on the green analytical chemistry guidelines that have to be fulfilled in current analytical practices.