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Lee Kyue-Hyung
Oshima, Mitsuko
Motomizu, Shoji
Abstract
A new technique for the preconcentration of trace elements and matrix elimination with a chitosan-based chelating resin was proposed as a useful pretreatment prior to a measurement by inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS). A small volume of the sample solution (80 µl) was discretely introduced into a nebulizer of ICP-MS using a segmented flow injection (SFI) system; a maximum of fifteen elements were simultaneously measured by a single injection. A chitosan-based chelating resin containing iminodiacetate (IDA) functional groups was used for matrix elimination and enrichment of analyte metal ions. Several metal ions, such as Al, Fe, Ni, Co, Cu, Zn, Ag, Cd, Pb and U, were quantitatively retained on the IDA chelating resin in a micro-column (resin: 1 ml) at pH 6, whereas Na, K, Mg and Ca were completely eluted from the column by washing with an ammonium acetate solution. The concentrations of 24 and 26 elements in river water certified reference materials, JAC 0031 and JAC 0032, respectively, were determined by the proposed SFI/ICP-MS system after pretreating the samples with the proposed technique, as well as without any pretreatment. The thus-obtained analytical data were evaluated by comparing them with the reference values, as well as with those obtained in other studies.
Published Date
2000-07-10
Publication Title
Analytical Sciences
Volume
volume16
Issue
issue7
Publisher
日本分析化学会
Start Page
731
End Page
738
ISSN
0910-6340
NCID
AA10500785
Content Type
Journal Article
language
英語
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岡山大学
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日本分析化学会
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