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GC Analysis of Phthalate Esters in Corn Oil (Spiked) on SLB®-5ms after SPME with a 100 μm PDMS Fiber

GC Analysis of Phthalate Esters in Corn Oil (Spiked) on SLB®-5ms after SPME with a 100 μm PDMS Fiber

Conditions

sample/matrix corn oil spiked with phthalate esters at 500 µg/kg
desorption process 260 Cfor 4 min
extraction headspace, 95 C (measured in headspace)
SPME fiber 100 µm PDMS (57300-U)
column F.S. CAP. SLB-5ms 20 m x 0.18 mm I.D., 0.18 µm (28564-U)
oven 60 C (1 min), 10 C/min to 330 C (10 min)
carrier gas helium, 0.6 ml/min, constant
sample Corn oil
liner 0.75 mm I.D. SPME
inj. temp. 260 C

Description

Analysis Note In this application, SPME was used for the analysis of phthalate esters from oily samples, specifically the oil-based flavor packets included with ramen noodle kits. Spiked samples of corn oil and flavored oils included with ramen noodle kits were analyzed using high temperature SPME headspace extraction using a 100 μm PDMS fiber which was then directly desorbed into the GC/MS system. Calibration standards were prepared in corn oil, and spiked samples of chicken and beef oil-based flavors were analyzed. The SLB-5ms GC columns provide consistently low-bleed, inert, efficient, and durable separations.
Categories Analytical Chromatography, SPME Applications, GC Applications, Agriculture, Volatiles, Phthalate Esters
Featured Industry Agriculture
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