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Thiocyanate and nitrite analysis using miniaturised isotachophoresis on a planar polymer chip

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Thiocyanate and nitrite analysis using miniaturised isotachophoresis on a planar polymer chip. / Prest, Jeff E.; Baldock, Sara J.; Beardah, Matthew S.; Doyle, Sean P.; Fielden, Peter R.; Goddard, Nicholas J.; Brown, Bernard J. Treves.

In: Analyst, Vol. 136, No. 15, 07.08.2011, p. 3170-3176.

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Prest, Jeff E. ; Baldock, Sara J. ; Beardah, Matthew S. ; Doyle, Sean P. ; Fielden, Peter R. ; Goddard, Nicholas J. ; Brown, Bernard J. Treves. / Thiocyanate and nitrite analysis using miniaturised isotachophoresis on a planar polymer chip. In: Analyst. 2011 ; Vol. 136, No. 15. pp. 3170-3176.

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abstract = "A new method has been developed to improve the determination of thiocyanate using isotachophoresis. This method uses complexation with copper(II) as a mechanism for improving the separation of thiocyanate from chlorate and perchlorate. By using a pH of 3.25 the method can also be used to analyse nitrite. Separations were carried out using a miniaturised poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) separation device. Linearity was observed from 1.25 to 75 mg dm−3 with a correlation coefficient of 0.998 for both thiocyanate and nitrite. Limits of detection for these two species were calculated to be 0.8 mg dm−3 and 0.9 mg dm−3 respectively. The method was successfully applied to the analysis of these anions in a range of samples including explosive residues.",
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