We need to analyse teriary amines (di & tri) in river water at low ppm level. The problem is that below 20 ng, the adsorption effects prevent accurate calibration & analysis. Is it possible to derivatize teriary amines, or to minimize the adsorption effects by the addition of other amines?
By jaap de ZEEUW on Thursday, September 23, 1999 - 03:39 am:
There are specific columns developed for amine analysis. Latest one is bonded phase called CP-Sil 8 for amines. It elutes the primary and diamines very nicely; Also alkanolamines. Tertiary amines should not be any problem. Depending on the volatility, you may choose a thin or a thick film.
If you sent the range of components to the helpdesk(firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com), they will share the information on the application with you.
jaap de Zeeuw
By Peter Cole on Thursday, October 14, 1999 - 06:46 am:
Jaap,the performance of this column is really good.We had symmetrical peaks down to 1ng injection.
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