Liquid Phase Extraction thoroughly presents both existing and new techniques in liquid phase extraction. It not only provides all information laboratory scientists need for choosing and utilizing suitable sample preparation procedures for any kind of sample, but also showcases the contemporary uses of sample preparation techniques in the most important industrial and academic project environments, including countercurrent chromatography, pressurized-liquid extraction, single-drop Microextraction, and more. Written by recognized experts in their respective fields, it serves as a one-stop reference for those who need to know which technique to choose for liquid phase extraction.
Used in conjunction with a similar release, Solid Phase Extraction, it allows users to master this crucial aspect of sample preparation.
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Table of Contents
1. Core Concepts and Milestones 2. Solvent Selection 3. Aqueous-Organic Biphasic Systems: Extraction of Organic Compounds 4. Aqueous-Organic Biphasic Systems: Extraction of inorganic Ions 5. Aqueous Two-Phase Systems 6. Octanol-Water Partition Constant 7. Prediction of Partition Constants from Structure 8. Surfactant-Based Extraction Systems 9. Membrane-Based Extraction Systems 10. Totally Organic Biphasic Systems 11. Countercurrent Chromatography 12. Soxhlet Extraction 13. Microwave- and Ultrasound-Assisted Extraction 14. Pressurized-Liquid Extraction 15. Quick, Easy, Cheap, Effective, Rugged, and Safe (QuEChERS) Extraction 16. Gas-Phase Stripping Methods 17. Single-drop Microextraction 18. Dispersive Liquid-Liquid Microextraction 19. Extraction with Ionic Liquids 20. Extraction with Deep Eutectic Solvents 21. Environmental Applications 22. Applications in Food Analysis 23. Extraction of Plant Materials and Natural Products 24. Biomedical Applications 25. Industrial Applications 26. Radiochemical Applications
AuthorsColin F. Poole Department of Chemistry, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA. Prof. Colin F. Poole was born and educated in the United Kingdom receiving a B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Leeds (1971) followed by graduate studies at the University of Bristol, MSc. in analytical chemistry (1972), and Ph.D. with Prof. E. D. Morgan at the University of Keele (1975) on the analysis of insect moulting hormones. Since 1980 he has been at the Department of Chemistry, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA , except for 1995-1996, spent as the Governors' Lecturer and Professor of Analytical Chemistry at Imperial College of Science, Technology & Medicine, London, in the United Kingdom. He is a former Science Advisor to the US Food and Drug Administration, a position he occupied for 25 years. Professor Poole has broad interests in the separation and detection of small molecules in biological, environmental, and food samples using a range of sample preparation, chromatographic and data analysis tools. He is the co-author of over 400 papers, 20 books, an editor of Journal of Chromatography A and a member of the editorial boards of 5 other analytical chemistry journals.