Monitoring disinfection by-products in water using thin-film SPME with GC×GC–TOF
Originally presented at the 19th
International GC×GC Symposium in 2022
The poster entitled “Monitoring disinfection by-products in water using thin-film SPME with
GC×GC–TOF MS” was presented by SepSolve Analytical at the 19th International GC×GC Symposium, which was held on 29
May–2 June 2022 as a virtual event.
non-target screening of water samples
pollution can occur when harmful substances contaminate streams, rivers, lakes
or other bodies of water. Different processes are used for removing these
substances from water including disinfection. Halogenated
disinfection by-products are often formed as a result, and these are being
investigated to understand their effect on human health.
poster demonstrates how thin-film solid-phase microextraction (TF-SPME) with
comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography and BenchTOF time-of-flightmass spectrometry (GC×GC–TOF MS) provides efficient non-target screening of
organic pollutants in water. Water samples were analysed before, during and
after treatment with a water purification system to determine compositional
Please complete the form below to download the poster.