What is Solid Phase Microextraction Solid-phase microextraction (SPME) is a new technology for sample analysis pretreatment that has emerged internationally in recent years. Who invented solid phase microextraction? In 1990, it was pioneered by Arhturhe and Pawliszyn of Waterloo University… Read More »Top 4 Key Points to Explain Solid Phase Microextraction
Solid Phase Extraction
Solid phase extraction is an effective technique for cleaning up and concentrating samples, prior to HPLC or GC analysis.
The technique offers targeted selectivity for analytes of interest, versatility for a wide range of sample volumes, can be easily automated for high-throughput, and is performed by quick and simple methods ( load, wash, elute).