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Research Article

Determination of Haloacetic Acids in Bottled and Tap Water Sources by Dispersive Liquid-Liquid Microextraction and GC-MS Analysis

Table 2

Comparison between proposed method and methods reported in the literature for HAAs determination in water.

MethodRSD (%)D.RaD.Tb (min)Sample volume (mL)Reference

Evaporate-SPME-GC-MS6.3–7.9Acidic ethanol1030[16]
HS-SPME-GC-ECD6.3–10.9Dimethyl sulphate510[19]
LLE-GC-ECD EPA 552-30.36–4.0Acidic methanol 12040[32]
LLE-GC-MS-MS0.9–19.9PFBBr1801[35]
SDME-GC-MS5.1–8.5Octanol203[36]
LLE-GC-ECD EPA 552-17–59Diazomethane30100[37]
HS-HFLPME-GC-MS-µECD5–12Acidic methanolNA10[38]
µ-SPE-UPLC-UV 0.03–7.4020 [39]
LLE-ESI-MSNANA NA188[40]
UPLC-MS NANANA30[41]
DLLME-GC-MS2.38–9.34Octanol107Proposed method

aDerivatization reagent.
bDerivatization time.