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Fast Determination of Total Unbound Fat in Snack Foods Using Accelerated Solvent Extraction and the Rocket Evaporator
Traditional fat determination methods by Sohxlet can be shortened by using this accelerated solvent extraction technique. This automated method provides food manufacturers with accurate total unbound fat content needed for nutritional labeling and maintenance of food quality.
Simultaneous Determination of Trivalent Chromium and Hexavalent Chromium Using Accelerated Solvent Extraction and Ion Chromatography
Since trivalent chromium and hexavalent chromium can interconvert under certain conditions and are both toxic to a certain degree, the simultaneous detection of trivalent chromium and hexavalent chromium content is of vital importance.
Accelerated Solvent Extraction for Monitoring Persistent Organic Pollutants in Ambient Air
Toxic PCBs and PAHs can be eluted from air filters in less time and with less solvent using an accelerated solvent extraction technique.
Automated Solid-Phase Extraction of Triclosan in Tap Water Using Hydrophilic Reversed-Phase Cartridges and HPLC with UV Detection
Analysis of triclosan in tap water by automated SPE since Triclosan safety is currently under review by the U.S. FDA based on recent studies that indicate it may cause endocrine disruption in the body and possibly lead to the emergence of drug-resistant “super” bacteria.
Automated Solid-Phase Extraction of Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate in Wastewater Using a Weak Anion-Exchange Cartridge Followed by HPLC with UV Detection
MDLs of LC techniques employing direct injection of samples are too high for the detection of sufactants at very low levels. Therefore, automated solid-phase extraction (SPE) is performed on large-volume liquid samples for organic analysis.
This webinar illustrates how EPA Method 539, which is for the determination of hormones in drinking water, can be performed using an automated solid phase extraction (SPE) instrument. The system is capable of handling large volume samples, saving time, solvent, and labor for the detection of hormones in drinking water.