Passive sampling and/or extraction techniques in environmental analysis: a review
- J. Namieśnik, B. Zabiegała, Á. Kot-Wasik, M. Partyka, A. Wasik
- Environmental ScienceAnalytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
The main milestones in the development of passive techniques for sampling and/or extraction of analytes, and in biomonitors used in environmental analysis, are summarized in this review.
Analytical methodologies for determination of artificial sweeteners in foodstuffs
Determination of nine high-intensity sweeteners in various foods by high-performance liquid chromatography with mass spectrometric detection
- A. Zygler, A. Wasik, Á. Kot-Wasik, J. Namieśnik
- ChemistryAnalytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
- 5 April 2011
The proposed method has been successfully applied to the determination of the nine high-intensity sweeteners in drinks, yoghurts and fish products and is suitable for routine quality control analysis of foodstuffs.
Advances in passive sampling in environmental studies.
Simultaneous determination of nine intense sweeteners in foodstuffs by high performance liquid chromatography and evaporative light scattering detection--development and single-laboratory validation.
Organotin compounds in marine sediments
Organotin compounds are widely used in almost all sectors of industry. Antifouling paints, which were applied to ship hulls to protect from fouling organisms, are the main source of TBT and TPhT…
Determination of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs in Natural Waters Using Off-Line and On-Line SPE Followed by LC Coupled with DAD-MS
Two different procedures for simultaneous determination of six NSAIDs (diflunisal, diclofenac, fenoprofen, ibuprofen, naproxen and tolmetin) in environmental waters are described. Final analysis of…
Retention behaviour of some high-intensity sweeteners on different SPE sorbents.
Organotin compounds in the liver tissue of marine mammals from the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea.
- T. Ciesielski, A. Wasik, I. Kuklik, K. Skora, J. Namieśnik, P. Szefer
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Science and Technology
- 1 March 2004
In comparison to butyltin levels in marine mammals from other geographic regions, the samples analyzed indicate a significant degree of tributyltIn pollution along the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea.