عنوان
Multiwall carbon nanotube- zirconium oxide nanocomposite hollow fiber solid phase microextraction for determination of polyaromatic hydrocarbons in water, coffee and tea samples
نویسنده (گان)
Nozohour yazdi,Mahnaz;Yamini,Yadollah
چکیده مقاله
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the application of hollow fiber solid-phase microextraction (HF-SPME) followed by HPLC-UV to determine the ultra-trace amounts of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) as model analytes in complex coffee and tea samples. HF-SPME can be effectively used as an alternative to the direct immersion SPME (DI- SPME) method in complex matrices. The DI-SPME method suffers from serious limitation in dirty and complicated matrices with low sample clean-up, while the HF-SPME method has high clean-up and selectivity due to the high porosity of hollow fiber that can pick out analyte from complicated matrices. As a hollow fiber sorbent, a novel multiwall carbon nanotube/zirconium oxide nanocomposite (MWCNT/ZrO2) was fabricated [1, 2]. The excellent adsorption of PAHs on the sorbent was attributed to the dominant roles of π–π stacking interaction and hydrophobic interaction. Under the optimized extraction conditions, the wide linear range of 1-100 µg L-1 with coefficients of determination better than 0.998 and low detection limits of 0.33 µg L-1 with satisfactory precision (RSD < 4%) were obtained. Compared to other methods, MWCNT/ZrO2 hollow fiber solid phase microextraction demonstrated a good capability for determination of PAHs in complex coffee and tea samples.

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