TITLE

Forensic analysis of anthraquinone, azo, and metal complex acid dyes from nylon fibers by micro-extraction and capillary electrophoresis

AUTHOR(S)
Stefan, Amy R.; Dockery, Christopher R.; Nieuwland, Alexander A.; Roberson, Samantha N.; Baguley, Brittany M.; Hendrix, James E.; Morgan, Stephen L.
PUB. DATE
August 2009
SOURCE
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Aug2009, Vol. 394 Issue 8, p2077
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The extraction and separation of dyes present on textile fibers offers the possibility of enhanced discrimination between forensic trace fiber evidence. An automated liquid sample handling workstation was programmed to deliver varying solvent combinations to acid-dyed nylon samples, and the resulting extracts were analyzed by an ultraviolet/visible microplate reader to evaluate extraction efficiencies at different experimental conditions. Combinatorial experiments using three-component mixture designs varied three solvents (water, pyridine, and aqueous ammonia) and were employed at different extraction temperatures for various extraction durations. The extraction efficiency as a function of the three solvents (pyridine/ammonia/water) was modeled and used to define optimum conditions for the extraction of three subclasses of acid dyes (anthraquinone, azo, and metal complex) from nylon fibers. The capillary electrophoresis analysis of acid dye extracts is demonstrated using an electrolyte solution of 15 mM ammonium acetate in acetonitrile/water (40:60, v/ v) at pH 9.3. Excellent separations and discriminating diode array spectra are obtained even for dyes of similar color. [Figure not available: see fulltext.]
ACCESSION #
43467502

 

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