Current Trends in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry

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Current Trends in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry

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Review Article Pages 125-144

A Review of Pyrethroid and Mitin Analysis in Environmental Matrices by Sample Extraction & Preparation, ELISAs with a Unique Focus on GC/NICI-MS

Authors: Peter J Baugh

Abstract: Since the 1980s, pyrethroids, such as permethrin and cyfluthrin, have replaced other more intransigent and unreliable pesticides/insecticides as proofing agents for a range of applications, for example, to protect fabrics against moth invasion and bed net materials for employment in African countries in prevention of invasive mosquito attack.

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Original Article Pages 114-124

Synthesis of Polyphosphate Polymer Employing the Bisphenol (BHBF) and the Dichloride of Phenylphosphonic (PPDC): Evaluation of the Thermal Characteristics

Authors: Lucas Dominguini, Karina Martinello, Michael Peterson, Humberto Gracher Riella and Márcio Antônio Fiori

Abstract: Polymeric materials are used in many industrial segments. These materials are easily burned and release toxic compounds during the combustion reactions. Scientific communities have manifested high interest in this area. Due the broad application of these materials in many products, several studies have been realized with polymeric materials containing compounds with flame retardant properties.

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Research Article Pages 108-113

Mercury Levels in Human Hairs and Nails of Traditional Gold Miners in Butana-Area East of Sudan

Authors: Israa M Idris, Younis MH Younis and Abdalla A Elbashir

Abstract: The aim of this study is to assess the mercury (Hg) exposure level of gold miners in Butana mining area, in Eastern, Sudan. To achieve this goal 40 biological samples such as hair and nails (20 for each) samples were obtained randomly from the gold miners in 10 sampling sites and analyzing using US EPA Method 7473. A direct mercury analyzer (DMA-80; Milestone Inc., Shelton, CT, USA) was adopted to determine the mercury levels.

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Research Article Pages 95-107

A Quick and Inexpensive Method to Determine Pesticide Residues in Olive Oil by UHPLC-MS/MS and GC-MS/MS

Authors: Patrizia Stefanelli, Tiziana Generali, Danilo Attard Barbini, Silvana Girolimetti

Abstract: Olive oil samples were analyzed for twenty-nine pesticides by means of gas chromatography and Ultra HPLC coupled to mass spectrometry. The list of the investigated pesticide residues includes the twenty-seven pesticide residues of the target protocol of COIPT proficiency tests, yearly organized in our laboratory.

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