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Record number 462655
Title BCR- ringtest of some individual chlorobiphenyls in cleaned eel-fat extracts (3/1984): Splitless injection : summary of results
Author(s) Anonymous,
Source Wageningen : RIKILT (Report / RIKILT 84.93) - 7
Department(s) Wageningen Food Safety Research
Publication type Research report
Publication year 1984
Keyword(s) polychloorbifenylen - identificatie - kwantitatieve analyse - gaschromatografie - kwaliteitscontroles - analytische scheikunde - polychlorinated biphenyls - identification - quantitative analysis - gas chromatography - quality controls - analytical chemistry
Categories Analytical Chemistry
Abstract In the meeting on PCB analyses organized in Ulm, Donau, West Germany, 11-13 April 1984, where the second ringtest 2/1983 (Report 84.27 d.d. 1984- 03-26 ) was discussed, it was decided to organize a next ringtest. In this ringtest identification and quantification of some individual chlorobiphenyls should be carried out in the extracts of eel - fat samples (cleaned- up by saponification) using splitless injection (part 1) and/or on-column injection after optimization (part 2). For the optimization of the on-column injection prof. D.L. Massart of the University of Brussels, Belgium had offered his cooperation to find the optimum settings by using a computer program. Results will be reported in part 2. In this report only the results of the splitless injection are given.
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