Morin applied in speciation of aluminium in natural waters and biological samples by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography with fluorescence detection

Lian, Hong-Zhen; Kang, Yu-Fen; Bi, Shu-Ping; Yasin, Arkin; Shao, Da-Lin; Chen, Yi-Jun; Dai, Le-Mei; Tian, Li-Ching
June 2003
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Jun2003, Vol. 376 Issue 4, p542
Academic Journal
A reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatographic method with fluorescence detection for the determination of labile monomeric aluminium has been developed through pre-column complexation using morin as the analytical reagent. The highly fluorescent aluminium–morin complex (excitation wavelength 418 nm, emission wavelength 490 nm) was separated on a Spherisorb ODS 2 column with an eluent consisting of 30% methanol and 70% water (pH 1.0 with perchloric acid). The most remarkable point of this protocol was that only the most toxic aluminium species, that is, free aqua-aluminium ion and its monomeric hydroxo complex ions, selectively respond among various aluminium complexes. This strategy has been successfully applied to direct fractionation of the toxic aluminium in natural waters and biological samples without any pretreatment.


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