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Combined Contactless Conductometric, Photometric, and Fluorimetric Single Point Detector for Capillary Separation Methods

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Ryvolova, M and Preisler, J and Foret, F and Hauser, PC and Krasensky, P and Paull, B and Macka, M, Combined Contactless Conductometric, Photometric, and Fluorimetric Single Point Detector for Capillary Separation Methods, Analytical Chemistry, 82, (1) pp. 129-135. ISSN 0003-2700 (2010) [Refereed Article]

DOI: doi:10.1021/ac902376v

Abstract

This work for the first time combines three on-capillary detection methods, namely, capacitively coupled contactless conductometric (C(4)D), photometric (PD), and fluorimetric (FD), in a single (identical) point of detection cell, allowing concurrent measurements at a single point of detection for use in capillary electrophoresis, capillary electrochromatography, and capillary/nano-liquid chromatography. The novel design is based on a standard 6.3 mm i.d. fiber-optic SMA adapter with a drilled opening for the separation capillary to go through, to which two concentrically positioned C(4)D detection electrodes with a detection gap of 7 mm were added on each side acting simultaneously as capillary. guides. The optical fibers in the SMA adapter were used for the photometric signal (absorbance), and another optical fiber at a 45 degrees angle to the capillary was applied to collect the emitted light for FD. Light emitting diodes (255 and 470 nm) were used as light sources for the PD and FD detection modes. LOD values were determined under flow-injection conditions to exclude any stacking effects: For the 470 nm LED limits of detection (LODs) for FD and PD were for fluorescein (1 x 10(-8) mol/L) and tartrazine (6 x 10(-6) mol/L), respectively, and the LOD for the CID was for magnesium chloride (5 x 10(-7) mol/L). The advantage of the three different detection signals in a single point is demonstrated in capillary electrophoresis using model mixtures and samples including a mixture of fluorescent and nonfluorescent dyes and common ions, underivatized amino acids, and a fluorescently labeled digest of bovine serum albumin.

Item Details

Item Type:Refereed Article
Research Division:Chemical Sciences
Research Group:Analytical Chemistry
Research Field:Separation Science
Objective Division:Expanding Knowledge
Objective Group:Expanding Knowledge
Objective Field:Expanding Knowledge in the Chemical Sciences
Author:Paull, B (Professor Brett Paull)
Author:Macka, M (Professor Mirek Macka)
ID Code:71635
Year Published:2010
Web of Science® Times Cited:33
Deposited By:Research Division
Deposited On:2011-07-26
Last Modified:2011-08-18
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