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Feasibility of multidimensional GC techniques (heart-cut MDGC and GC x GC) for the analysis of the enantiomers of chiral toxaphenes

AuthorsBordajandi, Luisa R.; Ramos, Lourdes CSIC ORCID ; González, María José
Issue Date2006
CitationOrganohalogen Compounds 68: 100-1003 (2006)
AbstractThe enantioselective analysis of complex mixtures of chiral pollutants is still a challenge. Besides the difficulties in finding appropriate enantioselective stationary phases able to resolve each chiral compound into its constituent enantiomers, there is an increased risk of co-elution due to the higher number of peaks in real samples. In the case of the pesticide toxaphene, one of the most heavily used chlorinated pesticides world-wide distributed; most of the congeners found in real samples are chiral. In order to provide a more comprehensive understanding of their metabolism and the toxicity associated with their presence, the enantioselective analysis has become a relevant tool in the environmental and food fields.
DescriptionPresentado como póster en el 36th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (DIOXIN2016).
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