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Optimization of methods for determination of organotin compounds and for evaluation of their ecotoxicity

RYBOVÁ, V. ZLÁMALOVÁ GARGOŠOVÁ, H. SÝKORA, R. ČÁSLAVSKÝ, J. VÁVROVÁ, M.

Originální název

Optimization of methods for determination of organotin compounds and for evaluation of their ecotoxicity

Anglický název

Optimization of methods for determination of organotin compounds and for evaluation of their ecotoxicity

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en

Originální abstrakt

Organotin compounds are antropogenic contaminants. They are mainly contained in pesticide formulations, fertilizers, wood preservatives and in PVC (stabilizers).The most widely used separation technique for the determination of organotin compounds is gas chromatography (GC) due to its high separation efficiency and the possibility of using different types of detectors. Usually, organotins are extracted from the sample and subsequently derivatized in order to improve volatility. Flame photometric detector (FPD), atomic emission detector (AED) and mass spectrometer are most suitable for their detection. For the evaluation of ecotoxicological effects of the organotin compounds the following aquatic organisms seem to be the most suitable: crustaceans Thamnocephalus platyurus and Daphnia magna from the group of aquatic invertebrates, Lemna minor (Duckweed lesser) from the group of monocotyledonus plants. A set of alternative tests Thamnotoxkit F and Daphtoxkit F could be also used as an alternative.

Anglický abstrakt

Organotin compounds are antropogenic contaminants. They are mainly contained in pesticide formulations, fertilizers, wood preservatives and in PVC (stabilizers).The most widely used separation technique for the determination of organotin compounds is gas chromatography (GC) due to its high separation efficiency and the possibility of using different types of detectors. Usually, organotins are extracted from the sample and subsequently derivatized in order to improve volatility. Flame photometric detector (FPD), atomic emission detector (AED) and mass spectrometer are most suitable for their detection. For the evaluation of ecotoxicological effects of the organotin compounds the following aquatic organisms seem to be the most suitable: crustaceans Thamnocephalus platyurus and Daphnia magna from the group of aquatic invertebrates, Lemna minor (Duckweed lesser) from the group of monocotyledonus plants. A set of alternative tests Thamnotoxkit F and Daphtoxkit F could be also used as an alternative.

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@proceedings{BUT103810,
  author="Veronika {Konečná} and Helena {Zlámalová Gargošová} and Richard {Sýkora} and Josef {Čáslavský} and Milada {Vávrová}",
  title="Optimization of methods for determination of organotin compounds and for evaluation of their ecotoxicity",
  annote="Organotin compounds are antropogenic contaminants. They are mainly contained in pesticide formulations, fertilizers, wood preservatives and in PVC (stabilizers).The most widely used separation technique for the determination of organotin compounds is gas chromatography (GC) due to its high separation efficiency and the possibility of using different types of detectors. Usually, organotins are extracted from the sample and subsequently derivatized in order to improve volatility. Flame photometric detector (FPD), atomic emission detector (AED) and mass spectrometer are most suitable for their detection. For the evaluation of ecotoxicological effects of the organotin compounds the following aquatic organisms seem to be the most suitable: crustaceans Thamnocephalus platyurus and Daphnia magna from the group of aquatic invertebrates, Lemna minor (Duckweed lesser) from the group of monocotyledonus plants. A set of alternative tests Thamnotoxkit F and Daphtoxkit F could be also used as an alternative.",
  booktitle="Book of Abstracts, 14th European Meeting on Environmental Chemistry hosted by Chemical Society of Montenegro.",
  chapter="103810",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2013",
  month="december",
  pages="92--92",
  type="conference proceedings"
}