PROMOTE

Protecting Water Resources from Mobile Trace Chemicals - PROMOTE
a Water JPI project

Project results and deliverables

Results and deliverables of the PROMOTE project will be published here as soon as available

    Publications

    Screening for polar chemicals in water by trifunctional mixed-mode liquid chromatography-high resolution mass spectrometry (2017)

    http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.est.6b05135

    Ranking REACH registered neutral, ionizable and ionic organic chemicals based on their aquatic persistency and mobility (2017)

    http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2017/em/c7em00158d#!divAbstract

    Halogenated methanesulfonic acids: A new class of organic micropollutants in the water cycle (2016)

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0043135416304146

    Mind the gap: Persistent and mobile organic compounds – water contaminants that slip through (2016)

    http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdf/10.1021/acs.est.6b03338

    Posters

    General

    PROMOTE: PROtecting water resources from MObile TracE chemicals (poster presentation at the ICCE 2015) (798 KB)

    Prioritization

    Assessment of persistence and mobility of REACH-registered chemicals – The influence of input parameters, evaluation criteria and concepts (poster presentation at the SETAC Europe 2017) (449.8 KB)
    Prioritization of REACH registered, persistent and mobile chemicals with regard to potential environmental emissions (poster presentation at the water 2016 conference of the GDCh - German Chemical Society) (597.6 KB)

    Method development

    Method development of a HILIC-UHPLC-MS/MS method for the analysis of mobile water contaminations (poster presentation at the water 2017 conference of the GDCh - German Chemical Society) (4.5 MB)
    Evaluation of sample preparation methods for highly polar organic contaminants from aqueous matrices (poster presentation at the water 2017 conference of the GDCh - German Chemical Society) (1.2 MB)
    Mixed-mode liquid chromatography-high resolution mass spectrometry screening for polar chemicals in waters (poster presentation at the European Conference on Pesticids and Releated Organic Micropollutants in the Environment 2016) (305 KB)
    Development of a solid phase extraction method for the enrichment of highly polar organic contaminants from aqueous matrices (poster presentation at the LC-MS Leipzig 2016) (1.3 MB)
    Stationary phase selection in HILIC: a study about stationary phase retention properties and the influence of mobile phase parameters (poster presentation at the SETAC Europe 2016) (1.7 MB)
    Method development for the non-target analysis of highly polar organic substances in aqueous samples with HILIC-ESI-HRMS (poster presentation at the water 2015 conference of the GDCh - German Chemical Society) (7.2 MB)

    Screening/Monitoring for PMOCs

    Screening for Emerging Persistent and Mobile Organic Water Contaminants by LC and SFC Coupled to MS (poster presentation at the SETAC Europe 2017) (1.4 MB)
    Fast and accurate screening of small polar organics in the water cycle with UHPLC-QTOF (poster presentation at the SETAC Europe 2016) (795.4 KB)
    Identification of persistent and mobile contaminants impacting raw and drinking waters (poster presentation at the water 2016 conference of the GDCh - German Chemical Society) (1.3 MB)
    Non-target screening of highly polar organic micropolutants in environmental water samples (poster presenation at the ICCE 2015) (1.8 MB)

    Transformation

    Hydrolysis and biotransformation-derived persistent and mobile organic contaminants potentially impacting raw and drinking waters (poster presentation at the water 2017 conference of the GDCh - German Chemical Society) (970.9 KB)
    Synthesis of reference substances and method development for the analysis of chlorinated and brominated methanesulfonic acids (poster presentation at the SETAC Europe 2017) (2 MB)

    Book chapters

    High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry Identification of Micropollutants Transformation Products Produced During Water Disinfection With Chlorine and Related Chemicals (2016)

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0166526X16300071

    Software tools

    PREGA

    PREGA is a freeware tool for off-line optimization of HPLC separation, which is able to simplify method development in several chromatographic modes, including Reversed-Phase or Mixed-Mode HPLC