Can you please suggest a test method - GC/HPLC/other for chloral hydrate?
By Scott Fredrickson on Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - 10:10 am:
EPA Method 551
See the latest J&W Flyer, pg. 9
I know nothing about this analysis, but remembered your question. We have done several of these materials in air samples, however.
By Stan on Wednesday, September 8, 1999 - 06:54 pm:
EPA Method 551 is used for chloral hydrate. It elutes nicely on a narrow bore DB-5, using an ECD.
A 35 mL sample aliquot is extracted with 2 mL of methyl-tert-butyl ether(MTBE). 2 ÁL of the extract is then injected into the GC. Aqueous calibration standards are also extracted and analyzed in order to compensate for any extraction losses. A typical sample can be extracted and analyzed in 40-50 minutes.
By Rajini on Tuesday, September 14, 1999 - 10:55 am:
Thank you for the info.
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