Porous graphitic carbon sorbents in biomedical and environmental applications View Full Text


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DATE

2009-03-26

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Monika Michel, Bogusław Buszewski

ABSTRACT

This review is written as a privilege of the work of Professor Mietek Jaroniec on surface phenomena, adsorption, chromatographic separations, chemistry of conventional and ordered nanoporous materials.The problems of the porous graphitic carbon (PGC) application in analytical field are presented. Special attention is paid on possibilities of use PGC as a specific sorbent and packing material for selective isolation and analytes enrichment from complex matrices by means of liquid-solid extraction techniques (SPE, SPME, MSPD) and as particular stationary phase in analytical chromatographic columns. Surface and adsorption properties as well as a unique mechanism of retention on porous graphitized carbon sorbents are described. As supplement the examples of application in biomedical and environmental area are added. More... »

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193-202

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