Comparison of supercritical fluid extraction and conventional liquid‐solid extraction for the determination of benzo[a]pyrene in water‐soluble smoke

Comparison of supercritical fluid extraction and conventional liquid‐solid extraction for the determination of benzo pyrene in water‐soluble smoke

B. Laffon Lage

2011

Scholarcy highlights

  • Comparison of supercritical fluid extraction and conventional liquid‐solid extraction for the determination of benzopyrene in water‐soluble smoke
  • Extraction of benzopyrene from 12 samples of water‐soluble liquid smokes by means of a conventional liquid‐solid extraction method was compared with extraction with a supercritical fluid
  • Results were satisfactory for both methods, there being no significant differences between the recoveries and precisions obtained for each one
  • The merits and disadvantages of each extraction method are discussed

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