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|Titel (primär)||Analysis of organophosphorus insecticides in natural waters by use of stir-bar-sorptive extraction then gas chromatography with atomic emission detection|
|Autor||Mothes, S.; Popp, P.; Wennrich, R.|
|Journal / Serie||Chromatographia|
A procedure has been developed for the determination of eight organophosphorus insecticides in natural waters by use of stir-bar-sorptive extraction (SESE) combined with thermal desorption-GC-atomic emission detection (AED). Optimization of the extraction and thermal desorption conditions showed that an extraction time of 50 min and a desorption time of 6 min were sufficient. Addition of salt and adjustment of the pH were not necessary Recoveries of seven of the compounds investigated were between 62% and 88%. For fenamiphos, which is highly water-soluble, recovery was only 15%. The very low limits of detection, between 0.8 ng L-1 (ethion) and 15.4 ng L-1 (fenamiphos) indicate that the SBSE-GC-AED procedure is suitable for sensitive detection of OPP in natural waters. The procedure was evaluated with real water samples.
|Mothes, S., Popp, P., Wennrich, R. (2003):
Analysis of organophosphorus insecticides in natural waters by use of stir-bar-sorptive extraction then gas chromatography with atomic emission detection
Chromatographia 57 (1 Suppl.), 249 - 252