A New Polymeric Sorbent for Solid Phase Extraction of Phenols, Explosives, Bases, and Polar Compounds in Water
17 Dec 2014

UCT has developed a new polymeric sorbent for solid phase extraction of a range of compounds, including acids, bases, neutrals, and even some mid-polar to polar compounds. This poster presents the analytical performance of this new sorbent for the extraction of phenols, explosives, organophosphorus pesticides and triazine herbicides, and other compounds, including bases, polar and non-polar analytes.

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