Applications of Solid Phase Microextraction

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Royal Society of Chemistry, 1999 - Science - 655 pages
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Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) has been introduced as a modern alternative to current sample preparation technology, and has a wide range of applications. Focusing on quantitative aspects of analysis, Applications of Solid Phase Microextraction aims to describe these applications.

In industry, practical uses of SPME can be found in environmental, food, pharmaceutical, clinical and forensic applications, all of which are described in this book. Important scientific applications such as reaction monitoring, characterization of coatings and distributions of analytes in natural multiphase systems are also discussed. Throughout there are descriptions of new technologies, including new coatings and interfaces for analytical instrumentation (SPME/LC and SPME/CE), automation and calibration processes.

Written by internationally recognised experts, edited by the scientist involved in the research since its infancy, and encompassing a wide range of applications, this book will be ideal for anyone wishing to explore the feasibility of using SPME technology.

 

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Contents

Quantitation by SPME before Reaching a Partition
22
SPME Coupled to Capillary Electrophoresis
41
Selectivity in SPME
49
Properties of Commercial SPME Coatings
57
SolGel Technology for Thermally Stable Coatings
73
Solid versus Liquid Coatings
92
Application of SPME to Study Sorption Phenomena
111
The Use of SPME to Measure Free Concentrations
129
Analysis of Food and Plant Volatiles
349
Application of SPME to Measure Volatile Metabolites
364
Application of SPME Methods for the Determination
372
Analysis of Vodkas and White Rums by SPMEGCMS
393
Analysis of Food Volatiles Using SPME
407
Analysis of Volatile Contaminants in Foods
423
Determination of Pesticides in Foods by Automated
435
SPME in the Study of Chemical Communication in Social
448

Estimation of Hydrophobicity of Organic Compounds
140
Air Sampling with SPME
159
The Application of SPME in Water Analysis
169
The Application of SPME to Pesticide Residue Analysis
188
Interlaboratory Validation of SPME for the Quantitative
201
SPME for the Determination of Organochlorine Pesticides
212
Determination of Sulfurcontaining Compounds
227
Analysis of Creosote and Oil in Aqueous Contaminations
238
Direct Analysis of Solids Using SPME
248
Analysis of Solid Samples by Hot Water ExtractionSPME
258
Field Analysis by SPME
269
Organometallic Speciation by Combining Aqueous Phase
284
Metal Speciation by SPMECGCICPMS
296
The Application of SPMELCMS to the Determination
311
SPM EH PLC of Environmental Pollutants
327
Analysis of Industrial Pollutants in Environmental Samples
333
Propyl Chloroformate Derivatisation and SPMEGC
461
Isolation of Drugs and Poisons in Biological Fluids
470
Onfiber Derivatization for Analysis of Steroids by SPME
486
SPMEQuadrupole Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry for
497
Analysis of Drugs in Biological Fluids Using SPME
510
Application to Toxicological
527
Optimization of Drug Analysis by SPME
540
Applications of SPME for the Biomonitoring of Human
557
Applications of SPME in Criminal Investigations
573
SPMEGCMS Detection Analysis of Maillard Reaction
585
SPME Investigation of Intermediates Produced during
609
Infrared Spectroscopic Detection for SPME
625
SPME in NearIR Fiberoptic Evanescent Field Absorption
638
Subject Index
654
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About the author (1999)

Janusz Pawliszyn is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. The primary focus of his research program is the design of highly automated and integrated instrumentation for the isolation of organic materials from complex matrices and the subsequent separation, identification, and determination of these species. For his pioneering work, Professor Pawliszyn received the 1995 McBryde Medal, the 1996 Tswett Medal, the 1996 Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography Award, and the 1996 Caledon Award. He is a member of the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Microcolumn Separations. The Analyst, and Field Analytical Chemistry and Technology. He presently holds the Supelco-Varian-NSERC Industrial Research Chair in New Analytical Methods and Technologies.

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