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By Michael J. Telepchak

United Chemical applied sciences, Inc., Bristol, PA. presents state-of-the-art strong section extraction equipment to be used in forensic and medical toxicology. experiences simple rules and special, in-depth motives of the way to use stable part extraction. For researchers. DNLM: Forensic drugs.

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This system was designed in order to meet the strict requirements that the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration certification has placed on laboratories to address the problem of cross-contamination between samples. Clean-Thru tips provide a completely disposable system that eliminates any contact between the sample, or wash solvents and the extraction apparatus. The continuous passage of the sample through the system provides a direct, accurate route to waste or collection vessels.

Fig. 8. Silica gel shapes and adsorption, liquid/solid. The primary differences seen in recovery in many SPE sorbents can be attributed to the effectiveness of the endcapping process. The most efficient bonded phase is one that has the minimum number of hydroxyl groups unreacted and, consequently, the maximum surface coverage. Owing to the steric hindrance from the bonded moiety itself only a proportion of the silanol groups can be bonded, and there was little that could be done in the past to avoid this problem.

Introduction to Solid Phase Extraction 29 New bonding techniques allow for the placement of copolymers on the silica particle. This surface is useful in that one bonded moiety can be used for the retention of the compound out of the matrix, while the other bonded moiety can be used for extremely selective elution profiles. 16 Copolymeric Bonded Phases for Drug Abuse Testing Analytical demand for more efficient, robust and clean extraction of drugs from biological matrices led to the development of copolymeric mixed-mode sorbents (Table 13).

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