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The use of liquid chromatography in analysing organic and inorganic environmental pollutants


, : The use of liquid chromatography in analysing organic and inorganic environmental pollutants. Chemicke Listy 86(8): 568-576

The application of HPLC methods for the analysis of environmental pollutants is described. Inorganic pollutants are determined by IC methods based on ion exchange (PCR-HPLC, SCIC-HPLC) or hydrophobic interactions (RP-HPLC). Examples of both cation and anion analysis of environmental samples are described. Organic pollutants are mainly analysed using hydrophobic interactions between the samples and the reverse phase (RP-HPLC).

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