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Simultaneous analysis of all 5 organic priority pollutant fractions

Simultaneous analysis of all 5 organic priority pollutant fractions

Journal of High Resolution Chromatography & Chromatography Communications 4(4): 156-163

Acrolein, actrylonitrile, volatile organics, base/neutral extractables, acid extractables and pesticide fraction organics were analyzed in a single chromatographic run. This was accomplished by injecting the extractable organics, then applying a cryogenic focus to the front of the column and desorbing the volatile components. The column utilized for this procedure was a fused silica open tubular column coated with the liquid phase SE-54. Minimum detection limits of this procedure by electron impact gas chromatography/mass spectrometry were .ltoreq.1 .mu.g/l in tests conducted on actual water samples.

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