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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Hu YL, Wang YY, Hu YF, Li GK
Article Title: Liquid-liquid-solid microextraction based on membrane-protected molecularly imprinted polymer fiber for trace analysis of triazines in complex aqueous samples.
Publication date: 2009
Journal: Journal of Chromatography A
Volume: 1216
Issue: (47)
Page numbers: 8304-8311.
DOI: 10.1016/j.chroma.2009.09.063
Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6TG8-4XBR4NV-1/2/6df83cb6879a3f4f83aa2e8f6f960c95

Abstract: A novel liquid-liquid-solid microextraction (LLSME) technique based on porous membrane-protected molecularly imprinted polymer (MIP)-coated silica fiber has been developed. In this technique, a MIP-coated silica fiber was protected with a length of porous polypropylene hollow fiber membrane which was filled with water-immiscible organic phase. Subsequently the whole device was immersed into aqueous sample for extraction. The LLSME technique was a three-phase microextraction approach. The target analytes were firstly extracted from the aqueous sample through a few microliters of organic phase residing in the pores and lumen of the membrane, and were then finally extracted onto the MIP fiber. A terbutylazine MIP-coated silica fiber was adopted as an example to demonstrate the feasibility of the novel LLSME method. The extraction parameters such as the organic solvent, extraction and desorption time were investigated. Comparison of the LLSME technique was made with molecularly imprinted polymer based solid-phase microextraction (MIP-SPME) and hollow fiber membrane-based liquid-phase microextraction (HF-LPME), respectively. The LLSME, integrating the advantages of high selectivity of MIP-SPME and enrichment and sample cleanup capability of the HF-LPME into a single device, is a promising sample preparation method for complex samples. Moreover, the new technique overcomes the problem of disturbance from water when the MIP-SPME fiber was exposed directly to aqueous samples. Applications to analysis of triazine herbicides in sludge water, watermelon, milk and urine samples were evaluated to access the real sample application of the LLSME method by coupling with high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). Low limits of detection (0.006-0.02μgL-1), satisfactory recoveries and good repeatability for real sample (RSD 1.2-9.6%, n=5) were obtained. The method was demonstrated to be a fast, selective and sensitive pretreatment method for trace analysis of triazines in complex aqueous samples
Template and target information: terbutylazine
Author keywords: Liquid-liquid-solid microextraction, molecularly imprinted polymer, solid-phase microextraction, membrane, Liquid-phase microextraction


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