Extraction of organic acids by ion-pair formation with tri-n-octylamine. Part V. Simultaneous determination of synthetic dyes, benzoic acid, sorbic acid, and saccharin in soft drinks and lemonade syrups

Puttemans, M.L.; Dryon, L.; Massart, D.L.

Journal - Association of Official Analytical Chemists 67(5): 880-885

1984


ISSN/ISBN: 0004-5756
PMID: 6501150
Accession: 015787034

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Abstract
Synthetic dyes, benzoic acid, sorbic acid, and saccharin are extracted simultaneously from soft drinks with 0.01M tri-n-octylamine at pH = 5.5 and are back-extracted to an aqueous phase with 0.1M sodium perchlorate. The perchlorate solution is injected directly into the reverse phase liquid chromatographic system which permits the separation of all the substances investigated. Forty-six commercial samples of soft drinks and 11 lemonade syrups were analyzed. All samples conformed to the legal prescriptions.