Fast direct determination of strontium in seawater using high-performance chelation ion chromatographyстатья

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[1] Fast direct determination of strontium in seawater using high-performance chelation ion chromatography / E. P. Nesterenko, P. N. Nesterenko, B. Paull et al. // Microchemical Journal. — 2013. — Vol. 111. — P. 8–15. A new method for the fast direct chromatographic determination of strontium in seawater has been developed. Two coupled silica monolithic columns (total dimensions 200×4.6mm I.D.) chemically modified with iminodiacetic acid (IDA) functional groups were used for baseline separation of all alkaline-earth metals in seawater in less than 4min at flow rate of 4.0mLmin-1, using an eluent containing 0.25M sodium chloride and 2mM glycolic acid, pH 5.11. Several colour-forming ligands, including o-cresolphthalein complexone (o-CPC), methylthymol blue (MTB), xylenol orange (XO), 4-(2-pyridylazo)resorcinol (PAR) and ZnEDTA-PAR were evaluated as reagents for post-column reaction (PCR) based spectrophotometric detection. Sensitivity of the developed method for strontium was at the low mgL-1 level in undiluted seawater samples, in the presence of excessive amounts of calcium and magnesium, using post-column reaction detection with o-CPC at 570nm. The method allowed quantitative determination of strontium in seawater samples (LOD 3.23±0.15mgL-1, sr=4.6%), with direct injection of just 4μL of seawater onto the chromatographic column. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. [ DOI ]

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