Food Analysis: Task specific ionic liquids for separation of nickel and cadmium from olive oil samples by thermal ultrasound-assisted dispersive multiphasic microextraction

Vol 2, Issue 02, Pages 55-64,*** Field: Food Analysis

  • Asian Khaligh Semnan university
  • Hamid Shirkhanloo RIPI
Keywords: Olive oil, Cadmium and nicke, Thermal ultrasound-assisted dispersive multiphasic microextraction, Task specific ionic liquid, Atom trap flame atomic absorption spectrometry

Abstract

A novel task-specific ionic liquid (TSILs) was used for highly sensitive extraction and separation of nickel and cadmium in olive oil by thermal ultrasound-assisted dispersive multiphasic microextraction (TUSA-DMPμE). By proposed method, a mixture containing of hydrophilic TSILs (α- Cyano-4-hydroxycinnamic acid diethylamine; [CHCA] [DEA] and 1-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-3-methylimidazolium tetrafluoroborate; [HEMIM][BF4]) as a complexing and extracting solvent, acetone as a dispersant of TSILs was added to diluted olive oil with n-hexane containing Cd (II) and Ni (II) that was already complexed by TSILs in 60OC at pH 6.0-7.5. After optimized conditions, the enrichment factor (EF), Linear range (LR) and limit of detection (LOD) were obtained (19.3; 19.6), (5.0- 415 μg L-1; 2.7- 92 μg L-1) and (1.3 μg L-1;  0.6 μg L-1) with [CHCA] [DEA] and (13.7; 14.2), (7.5- 600 μg L-1; 3.6- 128 μg L-1) and (2.2 ng L-1; 0.9 μg L-1) with [HEMIM][BF4] for Ni and Cd ions in olive  samples respectively.

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Published
2019-07-22
How to Cite
Khaligh, A., & Shirkhanloo, H. (2019). Food Analysis: Task specific ionic liquids for separation of nickel and cadmium from olive oil samples by thermal ultrasound-assisted dispersive multiphasic microextraction. Analytical Methods in Environmental Chemistry Journal, 2(2), 55-64. https://doi.org/10.24200/amecj.v2.i2.64
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