Eva Matisová

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There is revived interest in the development and implementation of methods of faster GC. The paper summarises the advantages of faster GC analysis, general approaches to faster GC method development and practical aspects of fast gas chromatography with the utilisation of open tubular capillary columns with the stress on trace analysis. There are a number of(More)
In order to achieve better resolution and lower detection limits for s-triazines, glass capillary columns made of soft soda-lime glass and etched with gaseous hydrogen chloride have been introduced. Columns with non-polar (OV-101, SE-30) mixed (Carbowax 20M + SE-30) and polar stationary liquids (Carbowax 20M) were used. The thickness of the ultra-thin film(More)
Pesticides are widely utilized at various stages of cultivation and during postharvest storage to protect plants against a range of pests and/or to provide quality preservation. Reliable confirmatory methods are required to monitor pesticide residues in baby foods and to ensure the safety of baby food supply. This review covers methods in which pesticide(More)
Fast GC-MS with narrow-bore columns combined with effective sample preparation technique (QuEChERS method) was used for evaluation of various calibration approaches in pesticide residues analysis. In order to compare the performance of analyte protectants (APs) with matrix-matched standards calibration curves of selected pesticides were searched in terms of(More)
In this work, two narrow-bore capillary columns with different internal diameters (I.D.) 0.15 mm (15 m length, 0.15 microm film thickness) and 0.10 mm (10 m length, 0.10 microm film thickness) with the same stationary phase (5% diphenyl 95% dimethylsiloxane), phase ratio and separation power were compared with regard to their advantages, practical(More)
Enveloped and unenveloped forms of herpes simplex virus (HSV) occurring in infected rabbit lung (ZP line) cells were purified by differential and discontinuous Ficoll density gradient centrifugation. Then the viral particles were separated in a sucrose-D2O density gradient. In the course of the procedures, both virus preparations were freed of(More)
Residues of ethylenethiourea (ETU) in grapes and wine were determined by capillary gas chromatography and paper chromatography, without a cleanup step, and after derivatization to S-benzyl-ETU. The detection limit was 0.0002 mg/kg for flame ionization detection, 0.008 mg/kg for paper chromatography with photodensitometric evaluation of the detected spot.(More)
Solid phase extraction (SPE) with the porous carbon sorbent CARB GR was used for the preconcentration of metalaxyl residues from a variety of Slovak grape wines with subsequent capillary GC and GC/MS analysis. Recovery was tested at various concentrations of metalaxyl in standard solutions (recovery, R > or = 92%, relative standard deviation RSD < or =(More)
Four sample preparation techniques were compared for the ultratrace analysis of pesticide residues in baby food: (a) modified Schenck's method based on ACN extraction with SPE cleaning; (b) quick, easy, cheap, effective, rugged, and safe (QuEChERS) method based on ACN extraction and dispersive SPE; (c) modified QuEChERS method which utilizes column-based(More)
The importance of method development in the area of pesticide residues analysis is apparent from legislative requirements continuously decreasing the maximum acceptable concentration levels in food and water. This covers also contribution in the science in the field of ultra-trace analysis of organic pollutants in complex mixtures. Analysis time is one of(More)