Satellite high-performance liquid chromatography for trace sample cleanup.
Abushamaa A; Naim A; Giese RW
J Chromatogr A 1996 Aug; 742(1-2):295-297
The general problems of losses, interferences and contamination associated with sample cleanup are familiar to those who perform trace analysis. Sorting these problems out in a multistep method, especially when they are irreproducible and the amount of the analyte is barely detectable in the first place, can be a tedious undertaking. In part this explains why there are many more publications in which the trace measurement of pure standards rather than real samples are reported.
Sampling; Sampling-methods; Trace-analysis; DNA-adducts; Enzymology
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Journal of Chromatography A
Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts