Quantitative Determination of Disinfection Byproduct Haloacetic Acids in Drinking Water using a New Mixed-Mode column and Liquid Chromatography Tandem MS Haloacetic Acids
DescriptionHaloacetic acids (HAAs) occur in drinking water during the disinfection process and have been regulated by the US EPA as HAA5. Haloacetic acids have been linked to potential threats to human health thus monitoring of their presence is of critical importance to public health. We describe a sensitive LC-MS/MS method for direct analysis of three regulated chlorinated HAAs at trace level in drinking water without sample derivatization, concentration, or ion paring agents. the mixed mode column was developed specifically for the regulated HAA's in Japan.
|Keywords:||Drinking water, haloacetic acids, TSQ Quantum Ultra, Mixed mode column|
|Author:||Jack, Richard,Wang, Leo,Yang, Charles,Jiang, Guifeng,Liu, Xiaodong|
|Affiliation:||Thermo Fisher Scientific|
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