ANALISIS MEDIOAMBIENTAL VERDE: NUEVOS DISOLVENTES, MATERIALES Y DISPOSITIVOS

PID2021-122327OB-I00

Nombre agencia financiadora Agencia Estatal de Investigación
Acrónimo agencia financiadora AEI
Programa Programa Estatal para Impulsar la Investigación Científico-Técnica y su Transferencia
Subprograma Subprograma Estatal de Generación de Conocimiento
Convocatoria Proyectos de I+D+I (Generación de Conocimiento y Retos Investigación)
Año convocatoria 2021
Unidad de gestión Plan Estatal de Investigación Científica y Técnica y de Innovación 2021-2023
Centro beneficiario AGENCIA ESTATAL CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS (CSIC)
Identificador persistente http://dx.doi.org/10.13039/501100011033

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Chromatographic data for the determination of sulfonamides in waters associated to Fig. 7 (in CSV) of the paper "Preparation and further evaluation of L-menthol-based natural deep eutectic solvents as supported liquid membrane for the hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction of sulfonamides from environmental waters" published in Advances in Sample Preparation

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Díaz-Álvarez, Myriam
  • Martín-Esteban, Antonio
Data were automatically generated by the instrument., In this work, the use of a hydrophobic natural deep eutectic solvent (NADES) as supported liquid membrane (SLM) for hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction (HF-LPME) of sulfonamides is proposed. The combination of formic acid:L-menthol (1:1) was selected as optimum. The optimized HF-LPME procedure was applied to the analysis of an artificial water containing humic acids, tap and river water samples by HPLC with UV detection at 268 nm. The chromatographic data associated to Fig.7 of paper published in Advances of Sample Preparation are provided as csv files as follows:
Fig7Aa: Milli-Q water; Fig7Ab; artificial water; Fig7Ba: Tap water (a); Fig7Bb: Manzanares river; Fig7Bc: Jarama river. All the samples were spiked with selected sulfonamides at 10 µg/L concentration level., "Hacia un analisis medioambiental verde: nuevos disolventes, materiales y dispositivos (GREENNESS)" (Grant PID2021-122327OB-I00 funded by MCIN/AEI/ 10.13039/501100011033 and by “ERDF A way of making Europe”)., Fig7Aa_Díaz-Álvarez and Martín-Esteban_SAMPRE.csv, Fig7Ab_Díaz-Álvarez and Martín-Esteban_SAMPRE.csv, Fig7Ba_Díaz-Álvarez and Martín-Esteban_SAMPRE.csv, Fig7Bb_Díaz-Álvarez and Martín-Esteban_SAMPRE.csv, Fig7Bc_Díaz-Álvarez and Martín-Esteban_SAMPRE.csv, Peer reviewed




Recent advances and future trends in molecularly imprinted polymers-based sample preparation

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Díaz-Álvarez, Myriam
  • Turiel, Esther
  • Martín-Esteban, Antonio
18 Pág., Molecular imprinting technology is a well-established technique for the obtainment of tailor-made polymers, so-called molecularly imprinted polymers, with a predetermined selectivity towards a target analyte or structurally related compounds. Accordingly, molecularly imprinted polymers are considered excellent materials for sample preparation providing unprecedented selectivity to analytical methods. However, the use of molecularly imprinted polymers in sample preparation still presents some shortcomings derived from the synthesis procedure itself limiting its general applicability. In this regard, molecularly imprinted polymers use to display binding sites heterogeneity and slow diffusion mass transfer of analytes to the imprinted sites affecting their overall performance. Besides, the performance of molecularly imprinted polymers in organic solvents is excellent, but their selective binding ability in aqueous media is considerably reduced. Accordingly, the present review pretends to provide an updated overview of the recent advances and trends of molecularly imprinted polymers-based extraction, focusing on those strategies proposed for the improvement of mass transfer and selective recognition in aqueous media. Besides, with the progressive implementation of Green Chemistry principles, the different steps and strategies for the preparation of molecularly imprinted polymers are reviewed from a green perspective., The Grant PID2021-122327OB-I00 funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and by “ERDF A way of making Europe” is gratefully acknowledged. This article is based upon work from the Sample Preparation Study Group and Network, supported by the Division of Analytical Chemistry of the European Chemical Society., Peer reviewed




FT-IR spectra of selected NADES and their components (L-menthol and formic acid) associated to Figures S1 (in CSV) of the paper "Hydrophobic natural deep eutectic solvents based on L-menthol as supported liquid membrane for hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction of triazines from water and urine samples" to be published in Talanta

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Díaz-Álvarez, Myriam
  • Turiel Trujillo, Esther
  • Martín Esteban, Antonio
In this work, the use of a hydrophobic natural deep eutectic solvent (NADES) as supported liquid membrane (SLM) for hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction (HF-LPME) of triazines is proposed. The combination of formic acid:L-menthol (2:1) was selected as optimum. FT-IR spectra of selected NADES and its components associated to Fig. S1 of paper submitted to Talanta are provided as csv files as follow: FigS1 (menthol); FigS1 (formic acid); FigS1 /NADES)., "Hacia un analisis medioambiental verde: nuevos disolventes, materiales y dispositivos (GREENNESS)" (Grant PID2021-122327OB-I00 funded by MCIN/AEI/ 10.13039/501100011033 and by “ERDF A way of making Europe”), FigS1 (menthol)_Díaz-Álvarez, Turiel and Martín-Esteban_Talanta.csv, FigS1 (formic acid)_Díaz-Álvarez, Turiel and Martín-Esteban_Talanta.csv, FigS1 (NADES)_Díaz-Álvarez, Turiel and Martín-Esteban_Talanta.csv, Peer reviewed




Chromatographic data for the determination of triazines in water and urine samples associated to Figures 6 and 7 (in CSV) of the paper "Hydrophobic natural deep eutectic solvents based on L-menthol as supported liquid membrane for hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction of triazines from water and urine samples" to be published in Talanta

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Díaz-Álvarez, Myriam
  • Turiel Trujillo, Esther
  • Martín Esteban, Antonio
In this work, the use of a hydrophobic natural deep eutectic solvent (NADES) as supported liquid membrane (SLM) for hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction (HF-LPME) of triazines is proposed. The combination of formic acid:L-menthol (2:1) was selected as optimum.
The optimized HF-LPME procedure was applied to the analysis of an artificial water containing humic acids, tap and river water, and urine samples by HPLC with UV detection at 268 nm. The chromatographic data associated to Fig.6 and 7 of paper submitted to Talanta are provided as csv files as follows:
Fig6a: Milli-Q water; Fig6b; artificial water; Fig7a: Tap water; Fig7b: River water; Fig7c: Urine river. All the samples were spiked with selected sulfonamides at 5 µg/L concentration level., "Hacia un analisis medioambiental verde: nuevos disolventes, materiales y dispositivos (GREENNESS)" (Grant PID2021-122327OB-I00 funded by MCIN/AEI/ 10.13039/501100011033 and by “ERDF A way of making Europe”)., Fig6a_Díaz-Álvarez_Turiel and Martín-Esteban_Talanta.csv, Fig6b_Díaz-Álvarez_Turiel and Martín-Esteban_Talanta.csv, Fig7a_Díaz-Álvarez_Turiel and Martín-Esteban_Talanta.csv, Fig7b_Díaz-Álvarez_Turiel and Martín-Esteban_Talanta.csv, Fig7c_Díaz-Álvarez_Turiel and Martín-Esteban_Talanta.csv, Peer reviewed




Combined cytotoxicity of ZnO nanoparticles and chlorpyrifos in the rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mikyss, gonadal cell line RTG-2

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Sánchez-Arguello, Paloma
  • Franco, Daniel
  • Fernández, María Dolores
9 Pág., The toxicity of ZnO nanoparticles (ZnO NPs) in aquatic organisms has been extensively studied, but little information is available on the effects associated with their interaction with other contaminants. In this context, the in vitro effects of co-exposure of chlorpyrifos (CPF) and ZnO NPs on fish-derived cells were investigated. A selection of concentrations was tested in single and binary exposures: CPF (0.312 - 75 mg/L) and ZnO NPs (10 - 100 mg/L). Cytotoxicity was measured using commonly used cellular endpoints: Alamar Blue/CFDA-AM for viability and plasma membrane integrity, NRU for lysosomal disruption and MTT for mitochondrial function. In addition, specific mechanisms of toxicity for CPF and ZnO NPs were tested: acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activity and ROS generation, respectively. AChE was by far the most sensitive assay for single exposure to CPF. There was no concentration-response relationship for ROS after single exposure to ZnO NPs, but 10 mg/L produced significant effects only for this cellular endpoint. Co-exposure of CPF with 10 m/L of ZnO NPs produced significant effects in almost all endpoints tested, which were enhanced by co-exposure with 100 mg/L of ZnO NPs. AChE testing of additional co-exposures with bulk ZnO, together with the application of the Independent Action (IA) prediction model, which allowed us to draw more in-depth conclusions on the toxicological behavior of the mixture. Synergism was observed at 0.625 mg/L CPF concentration and antagonism at 5 mg/L CPF in mixtures containing 100 mg/L of both ZnO NPs and bulk ZnO. However, more cases of synergism between CPF and ZnO NPs occurred at intermediate CPF concentrations, demonstrating that nano-sized particles have a more toxic interaction with CPF than bulk ZnO. Therefore it can be argued that in vitro assays allow the identification of interaction profiles of NP-containing mixtures by achieving multiple endpoints with a large number of concentration combinations., The Grant PID2021–122327OB-I00 funded by MCIN/AEI/ 10.13039/501100011033 and by “ERDF A way of making Europe” and the funding of the project S2018/BAA-4330 of the Community of Madrid are gratefully acknowledged., Peer reviewed




Hydrophobic natural deep eutectic solvents based on L-menthol as supported liquid membrane for hollow fiber liquid-phase microextraction of triazines from water and urine samples

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Díaz-Álvarez, Myriam
  • Turiel Trujillo, Esther
  • Martín Esteban, Antonio
This work proposes the use of a hydrophobic natural deep eutectic solvent (NADES) as a supported liquid membrane (SLM) for hollow fiber liquid phase microextraction (HF-LPME) of triazines. NADES were prepared using L-menthol as hydrogen bond acceptor combined with different hydrogen bond donors of natural origin: carboxlylic acids, alcohols and amines. Studies were carried out to determine whether the prepared NADES met the necessary requirements to be used as a SLM, such as stability in the HF and compatibility with HPLC. Then, the ability of each prepared NADES to extract 6 triazine herbicides by HF-LPME from aqueous samples was evaluated. Among them, the mixture L-menthol: formic acid (molar ratio 1:2) provided better extraction results and was selected as SLM. The influence the different parameters on extraction efficiency such as pH of both sample and acceptor solution, salting-out effect, extraction time and stirring rate on the extraction efficiency was carefully studied and optimized. The optimized HF-LPME procedure was applied to the analysis of aqueous samples such as artificial water containing humic acids, tap water, river water and urine, with excellent clean-up ability for all samples analyzed. Relative recoveries ranged from 68 to 128 %, and the LODs and LOQs obtained for the 6 triazines were 0.75–3.1 µg/L and 2.5–10.3 µg/L, respectively, depending on the analyte and the kind of sample. Additionally, according to the AGREEprep tool assessment, the proposed method appears as a greener approach compared to other microextraction methods reported in the literature for the analysis of triazines in water samples., The Grant PID2021-122327OB-I00 funded by MCIN/AEI/ 10.13039/501100011033 and by “ERDF A way of making Europe” is gratefully acknowledged. This article is based upon work from the National Thematic Network on Sustainable Sample Treatment (RED2022-134079-T) funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, and the Sample Preparation Study Group and Network, supported by the Division of Analytical Chemistry of the European Chemical Society., Peer reviewed