Analytical applications of phase transfer catalysis

  • C. de Ruiter
  • H. Lingeman

Abstract

The development of analytical techniques and methods to determine low concentrations of analytes, in complex matrices, is a challenge for the analyt­ical chemist today. These developments frequently require improvements of the physical and/or chemical properties of the analytes in terms of stability, gas chromatographic (GC) or liquid chromatographic (LC) separation, capillary electrophoretic separation and detection. An important tool to obtain compounds with favourable physico-chemical properties is the conversion of the analytes by means of a chemical derivatization procedure [1,2].

Keywords

Crown Ether Phase Transfer Quaternary Ammonium Salt Derivatization Reagent Phase Transfer Catalyst 
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