Dissertation (M.Sc.) - University of Wolverhampton 1993.
Speciation analysis for organotin compounds in sediments by capillary gas chromatography with flame photometric detection after microwave-assisted acid leaching B. Lalère, J. Szpunar, H. Budzinski, P. Garrigues and O. F. X. Donard, Analyst, , , Gas chromatogra-phy (GC) is preferred to liquid chromatography (LC) for separating organotin compounds because of its great resolution power and the availability of sensitive detectors such as. The separation and detection of volatile organometallic compounds containing tin, iron, and nickel has been achieved using capillary GC–inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry (capillary GC‐ICP‐MS). Detection limits range from to pg/s. The presence of volatile organotin compounds in a harbor sediment has been by: Sensitive, Simultaneous Determination of Organomercury, -lead, and -tin Compounds with Headspace Solid Phase Microextraction Capillary Gas Chromatography Combined with Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry , 69 (8), DOI: /aco.
A gas chromatography-triple quadrupole mass spectrometer (GC-MS/MS) method has been developed for the determination of 17 organotin compounds in beverages. The sample was derivatized with NaBEt 4, and used liquid-liquid extraction with hexane. Data were acquired in the MRM mode and an external standard was used for quantitative determination. As part of a continuing evaluation of new analytical and sample preparation techniques conducted by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the use of capillary gas chromatography with atomic emission detection (GC‐AED) for the simultaneous determination of organotin, organolead, and organomercury compounds in environmental samples was investigated. Trace determination of organotin compounds in water, sediment and mussel samples by low‐pressure gas chromatography coupled to tandem mass spectrometry. Capillary gas chromatography with a helium microwave-induced plasma emission detector has been used to determine mono-, di- and tributyltin compounds. Detection limits achievable for organotin compounds in nonsaline sediments are in the range of 3–4 ng L −1. View chapter Purchase book.
Gas chromatography (GC), coupled with highly sensitive detectors such as FPD, PFPD, MIP-AES, MS, ICP-MS is widely used technique for determination and provides good separation of organotin . The concurrent determination of pesticidal and non-pesticidal organotin compounds in several water matrices, using a simultaneous in situ ethylation and liquid–liquid extraction followed by splitless injection mode capillary gas chromatography with pulsed flame photometric detection, is described. The speciation analysis of nine organotin compounds includes low molecular weight–low . J. Agric. Food Chem. All Publications/Website. OR SEARCH CITATIONS. 1. Introduction. Organotin compounds (OTs) are widely used in the transportation, sanitation, agricultural, and food industries; they also find applications in stabilizers, antifouling coatings, pesticides, and germicides (Yi, Leung, Lam, Lee, & Giesy, ).However, the widespread application of OTs as biocides in antifouling systems, aquaculture facilities, and agriculture since the s.