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13-Jun-2018 | Kissoudi, Maria ; Samanidou, Victoria, Molecules, 2018
Molecules, Vol. 23, Pages 1437: Recent Advances in Applications of Ionic Liquids in Miniaturized Microextraction Techniques Molecules doi: 10.3390/molecules23061437 Authors: Maria Kissoudi Victoria Samanidou Green sample preparation is one of the most challenging aspects in green ...
29-May-2018 | Gurpur Rakesh D. Prabhu; Henryk Witek; Pawel Lukasz Urban, Analyst, 2018
Most analytical methods are based on “analogue” inputs from sensors of light, electric potentials, or currents. The signals obtained by such sensors are processed using certain calibration functions to determine concentrations of the target analytes. The signal readouts are normally done after an ...
27-May-2018 | Author(s): Sergio L.C. Ferreira, Valfredo A. Lemos, Vanessa S. de Carvalho, Erik G.P. da Silva, Antonio F.S. ..., Microchemical Journal, 2018
Publication date: July 2018 Source:Microchemical Journal, Volume 140 Author(s): Sergio L.C. Ferreira, Valfredo A. Lemos, Vanessa S. de Carvalho, Erik G.P. da Silva, Antonio F.S. Queiroz, Caio S.A. Felix, Daniel L.F. da Silva, Gilson B. Dourado, Rafael V. Oliveira This ...
24-May-2018 | S. Zink; F. A. Moura; P. Alves da Silva Autreto; D. S. Galvão; B. Mizaikoff, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018
Synthetic molecular recognition materials, such as molecularly imprinted polymers (MIPs), are of increasing importance in biotechnology and analytical chemistry, as they are able to selectively bind their respective template. However, due to their specificity, each MIP has to be individually ...
18-Jan-2018 | Erica Brunelle; Crystal Huynh; Eden Alin; Morgan Eldridge; Anh Minh Le; Lenka Halámková; Jan Halámek, Analytical Chemistry, 2018
Analytical Chemistry DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.8b00039
18-Jan-2018 | Robert L. C. Voeten; Iro K. Ventouri; Rob Haselberg; Govert W. Somsen, Analytical Chemistry, 2018
Analytical Chemistry DOI: 10.1021/acs.analchem.8b00015
10-Jan-2018 | Jeena John, Sudha Devi Rugmini, Balachandran Sreedharan Nair, International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 2018
ABSTRACT Spiroborate esters of curcumin find applications in the field of medicinal and analytical chemistry. The present paper reports the hydrolytic and thermal stability of rosocyanin, a 1:2 spiroborate ester of curcumin used for the photometric estimation of boron in different matrices. ...
28-Dec-2017 | Dandan Ge, Yi Zhang, Yixiu Dai, Shumin Yang, Journal of Separation Science, 2017
Abstract Deep eutectic solvents are considered as new and green solvents that can be widely used in analytical chemistry such as microextraction. In the present work, a new dl‐menthol‐based hydrophobic deep eutectic solvent was synthesized and used as extraction solvents in an air‐assisted ...
24-Dec-2017 | Author(s): Khairunnisa Amreen, Annamalai Senthil Kumar, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2017
Publication date: 15 January 2018 Source:Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, Volume 809 Author(s): Khairunnisa Amreen, Annamalai Senthil Kumar Studies related to interaction of whole blood with dissolved oxygen with a new analytical method is a continued research interest in the ...
22-Dec-2017 | Carlos Diego L. de Albuquerque; Regivaldo G. Sobral-Filho; Ronei J. Poppi; Alexandre G. Brolo, Analytical Chemistry, 2017
Single molecule surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SM-SERS) has the potential to revolutionize quantitative analysis at ultralow concentrations (less than 1 nM). However, there are no established protocols to generalize the application of this technique in analytical chemistry. Here, a protocol ...