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Title

Influencia de las condiciones experimentales en la determinación de S, Cl, Br y I en agua por espectrometría de masas de alta resolución (HR-ICP-MS)

AuthorsRejas, Marta ; Gil, R. A.; Martinez, L. D.; Saavedra Alonso, Julio ; Fernandez-Turiel, J. L.
KeywordsCl
I
HR-ICP-MS
Br
S
Issue Date2016
PublisherSociedad Geológica de España
CitationGeotemas 16: 561-564 (2016)
AbstractA systematic study was undertaken to optimize a method to determine S, Cl, Br and I in water by high resolution inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (HR-ICP-MS). The sample composition and preparation conditions (the total dissolved solids -TDS-, the total organic compounds -TOC- and the addition of nitric acid) were evaluated to assess the sample matrix influence. Furthermore, the effect of instrumental parameters (carrier gas flow rate, sample flow rate, radiofrequency -RF- power and analyzer resolution) was also studied to minimize the contribution of polyatomic species, and to establish the required resolution. Low, medium or high resolutions were compared in terms of background level and sensitivity. After optimization, a multivariate robustness test was carried out by means of a Placket-Burman design. This method was applied to samples of the Llobregat and Ter rivers which are used for the drinking water system of the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (~4.5 million inhabitants), Catalonia, northeast Spain.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/147690
Identifiersissn: 1576-5172
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