Emanuela Gionfriddo | Authors


The Role of Microextraction Techniques in Facilitating Gas Chromatography Separation of Complex Mixtures

Microextraction is an affordable solution for preventing “garbage in–garbage out” effects in one-dimensional (1D) and two-dimensional (2D) GC separations, by providing analyte preconcentration, interference removal, tuning of extraction coverage, and easy coupling to GC systems.

Exploring the Efficiency of Various Extraction Approaches for Determination of Crude MCHM Constituents in Environmental Samples

It is important to develop analytical methods to detect crude MCHM components in environmental water samples. This article describes two microextractive methods based on solid-phase microextraction (SPME) in fibre format and thin film microextraction (TFME) that were developed and validated for 4-MCHM and other constituents of crude MCHM.