Exploiting the bead-injection approach in the integrated sequential injection Lab-on-Valve format using hydrophobic packing materials for on-line matrix removal and preconcentration of trace levels of cadmium in environmental and biological samples via formation of non-charged chelates prior to ETAAS detection
Miró, Manuel2; Jonczyk, Sylwia2; Wang, Jianhua1; Hansen, Elo Harald1
1 Department of Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark2 unknown
The concept of renewable microcolumns within the conduits of an automated single injection lab-on-valve system was exploited in a sorption/elution fashion using sorbents of hydrophobic nature. The scheme's practical applicability was demonstrated for the electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry determination of trace level concentrations of cadmium in complex matrices. Statistical comparisons between the proposed procedure and certified values revealed no significant differences at the 95% confidence level.
Journal of Analytical and Atomic Spectrometry, 2003, Vol 18, Issue 2, p. 89-98