Analytical methodology based on a silicone rod (SR) micro extraction combined with HPLC-DAD method for the determination of pharmaceuticals and antibacterial products in effluent wastewaters: characterization of the sorption removal processes by cork

Mallek, Maryam
Solid-phase microextraction (SPME) allow the achievement of high enrichment levels by using small volumes of solvents, enabling the low detection limits required for the determination of ketoprofen, naproxen, carbamazepine, diclofenac, and triclosan in matrices of environmental interest to be obtained using HPCL-DAD. The state of art of the different SPME techniques and their latest innovations has been reviewed. An analytical method based on microextraction with polymethylsiloxane rods (PDMS) and studying the different parameters and conditions that affect the extraction stages (pH, organic modifier, ionic strength, kinetics and sample volume) and desorption (solvent, solvent volume, desorption time and sonication application). It has been shown that granulated cork can be a low-cost alternative for the elimination of PPCPs and phenolic compounds from water given that it has a high adsorption capacity towards these pollutants ​
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