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Electrophoresis

Derivatizing assay for the determination of aldehydes using micellar electrokinetic chromatography.


PMID 27990662

Abstract

In this work, the use of a novel derivatization agent for the determination of aldehydes (in this particular case: formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, propionaldehyde, and valeraldehyde) using micellar electrokinetic chromatography is reported. The derivatization reaction is based on the reaction of aldehydes with benzhydrazide to form the corresponding derivates with maximum absorbance at 250 nm. The experimental conditions of the derivatization reaction as well of the separation were optimized. The adducts were separated with a +22 kV voltage at a temperature of 29°C. The adducts' separation was performed in less than 14 min using as the running buffer a mixture containing 110 mmol/L of sodium dodecyl sulfate and 27 mmol/L of sodium tetraborate at pH 9.45. Samples were injected using hydrodynamic mode (50 mbar × 5 s). The calibration curves were linear up to 15.0 mg/L with r

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