Examination of a New Pressurized Liquid Extraction Method for the Extraction of multiple organic contaminants from various matrices

Maxim Diel, CEM, Kamp-Lintfort, Germany (maxim.diel@cem.com)

As modern chromatography instrumentation continues to advance with sophisticated analysis and faster run times, there is a growing demand for further development on sample preparation, which is currently considered as the bottleneck.

Solvent extraction is an important step in sample preparation involving partial or complete separation of multiple analytes from a complex matrix.

Presented here is a new pressurized liquid extraction method for the extraction of multiple organic compounds from different matrices.

Universality is being shown by examples from different application areas, such as environmental, food, consumer products, plastics, but also from different types of matrices like wet, fatty or dry materials.

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