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Chlorohydrin(107-07-3) Determination by gas chromatography

Time:2015/11/12 5:51:57

Determination of ethylene oxide, Chlorohydrin(107-07-3, and ethylene glycol by gas chromatography


The technique of gas chromatography was employed for the quantitative determination of ethylene oxide, Chlorohydrin(107-07-3), and ethylene glycol. The simultaneous determination of Chlorohydrin(107-07-3) and ethylene glycol in an aqueous solution using a single polyethylene glycol column was accomplished under isothermal conditions, while ethylene oxide was determined employing a styrene-divinylbenzene copolymer column. A key step in obtaining useful and reproducible columns for determining trace quantities of ethylene oxide, Chlorohydrin(107-07-3), and ethylene glycol was found to be related to the aging procedure employed. Experimental data indicate that one can quantitatively recover low levels of Chlorohydrin(107-07-3) and ethylene glycol from a water-absorbable fabric. The lower limits of detection of ethylene oxide, Chlorohydrin(107-07-3), and ethylene glycol were found to be in the nanogram range.


Sampling of epichlorohydrin and Chlorohydrin(107-07-3) in workroom air using Amberlite XAD-7 resin


Activated charcoal, Amberlite XAD-2 and Amberlite XAD-7 were evaluated for the adsorption of epichlorohydrin and Chlorohydrin(107-07-3) from air followed by desorption with solvent. Chlorohydrin(107-07-3) was found to be unstable on activated charcoal in the presence of carbon disulfide. Recoveries from XAD-2 were low, and XAD-7 was found to be the best adsorbent for the sampling of these compounds from air.