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3 Aktuelle Fachpublikationen zum Thema Festphasenextraktion

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Sequence‐Defined Oligomers from Hydroxyproline Building Blocks for Parallel Synthesis Applications

01.07.2016 | Rosemary L. Kanasty, Arturo J. Vegas, Luke M. Ceo, Martin Maier, Klaus Charisse, Jayaprakash K. Nair, Robert Langer, ..., Angewandte Chemie, 2016

Abstract The functionality of natural biopolymers has inspired significant effort to develop sequence‐defined synthetic polymers for applications including molecular recognition, self‐assembly, and catalysis. Conjugation of synthetic materials to biomacromolecules has played an increasingly ...

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Fast Quantitation of Target Analytes in Small Volumes of Complex Samples by Matrix‐Compatible Solid‐Phase Microextraction Devices

09.05.2016 | Hamed Piri‐Moghadam, Fardin Ahmadi, German Augusto Gómez‐Ríos, Ezel Boyacı, Nathaly Reyes‐Garcés, Ali Aghakhani, Bar ..., Angewandte Chemie, 2016

Abstract Herein we report the development of solid‐phase microextraction (SPME) devices designed to perform fast extraction/enrichment of target analytes present in small volumes of complex matrices (i.e. V≤10 μL). Micro‐sampling was performed with the use of etched metal tips coated with a ...

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Development of Coated Blade Spray Ionization Mass Spectrometry for the Quantitation of Target Analytes Present in Complex Matrices

10.11.2014 | German Augusto Gómez‐Ríos, Janusz Pawliszyn, Angewandte Chemie, 2014

Abstract Coated blade spray (CBS) is a technology based on solid‐phase microextraction (SPME) that has been designed for the quick extraction/cleanup of analytes from complex matrices and direct desorption/ionization under ambient mass spectrometry conditions. The entire analytical process can ...

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