Juan Antonio Ocaña-González

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In recent years, the interest in new extraction methods with lower sample volume requirements, simpler equipment and handling, and lower reagent consumption, has led to the development of a series of microextraction methods based on extraction phases in the microliter order. Nowadays, many references can be found for several of these methods, which imply a(More)
Browning in sparkling wines was assessed by the use of excitation-emission fluorescence spectroscopy combined with PARAllel FACtor analysis (PARAFAC). Four different cava sparkling wines were monitored during an accelerated browning process and subsequently storage. Fluorescence changes observed during the accelerated browning process were monitored and(More)
Parabens are a family of synthetic esters of p-hydroxibenzoic acid widely used as preservatives in cosmetics and health-care products, among other daily-use commodities. Recently, their potential endocrine disrupting effects have raised concerns about their safety and their potential effects as emerging pollutants, leading to the regulation of the presence(More)
A new support containing silver nanoparticles to assist electromembrane extraction (EME) procedures is proposed. For the first time, synthesized agar films containing silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) have been used as a support for liquid membranes in EME. Agarose films of 20 μm thickness containing 107.9 mg Ag/g agar were synthesized and characterized by(More)
This work assesses the potential of multidimensional fluorescence spectroscopy combined with chemometrics for characterization and authentication of Spanish Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) wine vinegars. Seventy-nine vinegars of different categories (aged and sweet) belonging to the Spanish PDOs "Vinagre de Jerez", "Vinagre de Montilla-Moriles" and(More)
A flow-injection analysis chemiluminescence method based on the enhancement effect of the flumequine-Tb(III) complex on the weak native emission of the Ce(IV)-Na2SO3 system has been developed for the determination of flumequine. The method includes a cleanup and preconcentration stage (750-fold) of the sample by hollow-fiber liquid-phase microextraction(More)
Capillary electrophoresis has been a continuously evolving analytical methodology since its first introduction in the 80s of the last century. The development of new CE separation procedures, the coupling of these systems to more sensitive and versatile detection systems and the advances in miniaturization technology have allowed the application of CE to(More)
The objective of proteomics is the study of proteins (including their structure elucidation, the characterization of their role in biochemical process, the detection and identification of anomalous modifications in their structures and behavior, etc.) from both a qualitative and quantitative point of view. These studies have to face several difficulties as(More)
The toxicological effects of diverse pollutants typically found on wastewaters of diverse origin (industrial, urban, etc.) have led to regulation of their emission by national and trans-national organizations, and an increasing interest in the development of fast and reliable methods for their analysis. This paper is an up-to-date comprehensive review on(More)
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