An investigation on the partitioning of naphthalene and phenanthrene between water and some water-insoluble phases has been carried out by Uv-vis-NIR spectrophotometry. The analysis of the experimental results emphasized the role of intermolecular interactions and structural features of the hosting phases as driving forces of the partitioning of these polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. The critical comparison of the resulting distribution constants allowed to evaluate the potentials of some extracting phases to set up sensitive analytical methods and/or effective environment remediation technologies.

CERAULO L, FANARA S, FERRUGIA M, & TURCO LIVERI V (2007). Partitioning study of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons between water and some selected water-insoluble phases. ANNALI DI CHIMICA, 97(9), 915-924 [10.1002/adic.200790076].

Partitioning study of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons between water and some selected water-insoluble phases

CERAULO, Leopoldo;FANARA, Serena;FERRUGIA, Mirella;TURCO LIVERI, Vincenzo
2007

Abstract

An investigation on the partitioning of naphthalene and phenanthrene between water and some water-insoluble phases has been carried out by Uv-vis-NIR spectrophotometry. The analysis of the experimental results emphasized the role of intermolecular interactions and structural features of the hosting phases as driving forces of the partitioning of these polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. The critical comparison of the resulting distribution constants allowed to evaluate the potentials of some extracting phases to set up sensitive analytical methods and/or effective environment remediation technologies.
CERAULO L, FANARA S, FERRUGIA M, & TURCO LIVERI V (2007). Partitioning study of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons between water and some selected water-insoluble phases. ANNALI DI CHIMICA, 97(9), 915-924 [10.1002/adic.200790076].
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