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      Fabric Sol–gel Phase Sorptive Extraction Technique: A Review

      Viktoria Kazantzi, Aristidis Anthemidis

      Separations

      MDPI AG

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              Magnetic materials as sorbents for metal/metalloid preconcentration and/or separation. A review.

              The use of magnetic materials in solid phase extraction has received considerable attention in recent years taking into account many advantages arising from the inherent characteristics of magnetic particles. Magnetic solid phase extraction (MSPE) methodology overcomes problems such as column packing and phase separation, which can be easily performed by applying an external magnetic field. The use of magnetic particles in automatic systems is growing over the last few years making the on-line operation of MSPE a promising technique in the frame of green chemistry. This article aims to provide all recent progress in the research of novel magnetic materials as sorbents for metal preconcentration and determination coupled with different detection systems as well as their implementation in sequential injection and microfluidic systems. In addition, a description of preparation, characterization as well as applications of various types of magnetic materials, either with organic or inorganic coating of the magnetic core, is presented. Concluding remarks and future trends are also commented.
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                Journal
                SEPAF2
                Separations
                Separations
                MDPI AG
                2297-8739
                June 2017
                May 24 2017
                : 4
                : 2
                : 20
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                10.3390/separations4020020
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