AS246: SIMULANT SOLUTION EXTRACTION USING AUTOMATED DISPERSIVE LIQUID-LIQUID MICROEXTRACTION (DiLLME) IN EXTRACTABLES AND LEACHABLES ANALYSIS

Anatune

4th June 2021


A Dispersive Liquid-Liquid Microextraction method has been successfully developed to automate the extraction of simulant solutions. This method has provided improved sample integrity and limits of detection, more accurate and repeatable screening data, and reduced analysis times.

This automated solution provides significant advantages. These include maintaining consistent precision over the manual or semi-manual liquid extraction techniques typically used for sample preparation in Extractables and Leachable analysis.

 

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