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      Solid Phase Extraction of Drinking Water – How do I Dry My Extracts?

      December 7, 2020 at 2:23 PM / by Maura Rury posted in SPE solid phase extraction, Drinking water, epa method 525.2, sodium sulfate, drying extracts

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      If you’re a laboratory that’s processing drinking water samples using solid phase extraction, you’ve inevitably gotten to the step in your procedure where you’ve eluted your analytes from your SPE media and you find yourself saying “How do I dry my extracts?”

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      An In-line Drying Solution for Method 1664B

      December 4, 2020 at 1:54 PM / by Michael Ebitson posted in sodium sulfate, epa method 1664b, drying extracts, Biotage Horizon 3100, ISOLUTE

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      When in the lab I always try to streamline and improve workflows. One of the biggest bottlenecks in the lab I’ve experienced and maybe you have too, is the drying of sample extracts.

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      EPA Methods and the Use of Drying Techniques

      November 30, 2020 at 4:43 PM / by Deanna Bissonnette posted in SPE solid phase extraction, contamination, solvent evaporation, EPA Method, Drying, application, sodium sulfate

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      Do you ever tire of using sodium sulfate to dry your extracts? I know I do. That is why, whenever I get the chance to avoid using it, I do. The worst experience when using sodium sulfate is when you do not use enough of it, and the sodium sulfate reaches its maximum capacity leading to water breakthrough into your ‘what was supposed to be a dried extract.’ Then, you must dry the extract again with more sodium sulfate.

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