A new capillary electrophoretic (CE) method was developed for the rapid and simple determination of glutaraldehyde in photographic developing solutions. The proposed system is based on the selective pre-capillary derivatization of glutaraldehyde with sulfite and CE determination of anionic glutaraldehyde-bisulfite adduct formed. Since the developing solutions contain large amounts of sulfite ions, the only procedure required for derivatization is a dilution of the sample with carrier electrolyte. For separations of sulfite, acetate, glutaraldehyde-bisulfite and hydroquinone sulfonate anions, capillaries coated with poly(diallyldimethylammonium chloride) prior to analysis were used. Separation of four anions was accomplished in less than 3 min in 5 mmol l −1 p -hydroxybenzoate-imidazole ( p -HB) electrolyte at pH 6.0 using indirect UV detection at 254 nm. The optimal conditions for the derivatization reaction were established by varying concentration of sulfite, pH and reaction time. The recovery tests established for photographic developer samples were within the range 94.0–98.4%.
Analytica Chimica Acta – Elsevier
Published: Apr 8, 2004
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