Roger C. Burk

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Sonication at two frequencies (20 and 900 kHz) was carried out on dilute (220 ppm) aqueous solutions of chlorobenzene. The formation of chloride ions was followed using ion chromatography. The solutions became more colored with time; the absorbance maximum was around 270 nm. Some of the compounds remaining in the solution could be identified; they were(More)
Two polycrystalline graphites (pencil lead and glassy carbon) were used as sorbents for solid-phase microextraction of a nonionic alkylphenol ethoxylate surfactant (Triton X-100). Analyses were performed by reversed-phase HPLC-fluorescence detection. The presence of the benzene ring in the congeners of Triton X-100 also allowed their direct detection at(More)
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