Xiao-Quan Lu

The Northwest Normal University, Kao-lan-hsien, Gansu Sheng, China

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Publications (2)3.22 Total impact

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    ABSTRACT: A novel mesoporous-coated stainless steel wire microextraction coupled with the HPLC procedure for quantification of four polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in water has been developed, based on the sorption of target analytes on a selectively adsorptive fiber and subsequent desorption of analytes directly into HPLC. Phenyl-functionalized mesoporous materials (Ph-SBA-15) were synthesized and coated on the surfaces of a stainless steel wire. Due to the high porosity and large surface area of the Ph-SBA-15, high extraction efficiency is expected. The influence of various parameters on polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons extraction efficiency were thoroughly studied and optimized (such as the extraction temperature, the extraction time, the desorption time, the stirring rate and the ionic strength of samples). The results showed that each compound for the analysis of real water samples was tested under optimal conditions with the linearity ranging from 1.02×10(-3) to 200  μg/ L and the detection limits were found from 0.32 to 2.44  ng/ L, respectively. The RSD of the new method was smaller than 4.10%.
    Journal of Separation Science 10/2010; 33(20):3239-44. · 2.59 Impact Factor
  • Ning Ding, Xin-zhen Du, Chun Wang, Xiao-quan Lu
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    ABSTRACT: Dual fluorescence and UV absorption of 2'-ethylhexyl 4-(N,N-dimethylamino)benzoate (EHDMAB) were investigated in cationic, non-ionic and anionic micelles. When EHDMAB was solubilized in different micelles, the UV absorption of EHDMAB was enhanced. Twisted intramolecular charge transfer (TICT) emission with longer wavelength was observed in ionic micelles, whereas TICT emission with shorter wavelength was obtained in non-ionic micelles. In particular, dual fluorescence of EHDMAB was significantly quenched by the positively charged pyridinium ions arranged in the Stern layer of cationic micelles. UV radiation absorbed mainly decays via TICT emission and radiationless deactivation. The dimethylamino group of EHDMAB experiences different polar environments in ionic and non-ionic micelles according to the polarity dependence of TICT emission of EHDMAB in organic solvents. In terms of the molecular structures and sizes of EHDMAB and surfactants, each individual EHDMAB molecule should be buried in micelles with its dimethylamino group toward the polar head groups of different micelles and with its 2'-ethylhexyl chain toward the hydrophobic micellar core. Dynamic fluorescence quenching measurements of EHDMAB provide further support for the location of EHDMAB in different micelles.
    Chinese journal of chemical physics 01/2008; 21(2):163-168. · 0.63 Impact Factor