AS249: Taste and Odour Analysis in Water Using The Element Robotic DiLLME Analyser
A Dispersive Liquid-Liquid MicroExtraction (DiLLME) method has been successfully developed and validated to automate the extraction of geosmin, 2-methylisoborneol and other taste and odour compounds in water.
Using the sensitivity and selectivity of the Agilent 7010B High Efficiency Source, small sample sizes of 8 mL were used whilst achieving very low limits of detection.
This automated solution provides significant advantages, such as reducing the manual preparation steps and the reproducibility that comes with an automated system.
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