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Abstracts accepted for poster presentation

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Poster Presentations
PO-1 -V. AndruchPavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Košice, Slovak Republic
CLOUD-POINT EXTRACTION-SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF VANADIUM(V) WITH 1-(2-THIAZOLYLAZO)-2-NAPHTHOL AND HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
PO-2 -R.J. BarrioUniversity of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
SELECTIVE EXTRACTION OF GLYPHOSATE USING STIR BARS COATED WITH WATER COMPATIBLE IMPRINTED POLYMERS
PO-3 -K. Bielicka-DaszkiewiczPoznan University of Technology, Poznan, Poland
MICRO-SOLID PHASE EXTRACTION METHOD AS THE TOOL FOR ISOLATION ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
PO-4 -M. BogdanovSofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Sofia, Bulgaria
IONIC LIQUIDS VS. MOLECULAR SOLVENTS IN THE SAMPLE PREPARATION FOR ANALYSIS OF VALUE ADDED NATURAL PRODUCTS IN PLANTS
PO-5 -I. DakovaSofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Sofia, Bulgaria
CHROMIUM DETERMINATION AND SPECIATION IN TEXTILE MATERIALS BY NEW CORE-SHELL ION-IMPRINTED SORBENT
PO-7 -B. EngelTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
AMBLYOMMA HEBRAEUM: ANALYSIS OF TICK ATTACHMENT CEMENT
PO-8 -V. EskinaNational University of Science and Technology "MISIS", Moscow, Russian Federation
ADVANCED S,N-CONTAINING COMPLEX-FORMING SORBENT FOR SEPARATION AND CONCENTRATION OF ECOTOXICAL AND PLATINUM GROUP ELEMENTS IN SECONDARY RAW MATERIALS
PO-10 -M. FilipBabeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
DETERMINATION OF SOME PURINE DERIVATIVES IN RUMINANTS MILK USING SOLID-PHASE EXTRACTION AND HPLC WITH DAD DETECTION
PO-11 -U. HofstetterThermo Fisher Scientific, Dreieich, Germany
DETERMINATION OF PESTICIDES AND POPs RESIDUES IN HONEY BY ACCELERATED SOLVENT EXTRACTION AND GC-MS/MS
PO-12 -U. HofstetterThermo Fisher Scientific, Dreieich, Germany
BENEFITS OF A NOVEL AUTOMATED SPME TECHNOLOGY FOR THE DETECTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS AT TRACE LEVEL IN WATER
PO-13 -S. JamshidiStockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
BUCKY GEL BASED MICROEXTRACTION PACKED SORBENT TECHNIQUE FOR MICROEXTRACTION AND PRECONCENTRATION OF PROPRANOLOL AND METOPROLOL FROM AQUEOUS AND BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES
PO-14 -G. MendašInstitute for Medical Research and Occupational Health, Zagreb, Croatia
DETERMINATION OF TEMBOTRIONE IN URINE BY SOLID-PHASE EXTRACTION AND LC-MS/MS
PO-15 -A. NedelchevaSofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Sofia, Bulgaria
IONIC LIQUID MICELLAR EXTRACTION FOR THE QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF SESQUITERPENIC ACIDS IN VALERIANAE RADIX
PO-16 -J. PereiraCQM - Centro de Química da Madeira, Funchal, Portugal
ANALYSIS OF DIETARY POLYPHENOLS USING AN INNOVATIVE MICROEXTRACTION APPROACH, µSPEed, FOLLOWED BY ULTRAHIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
PO-17 -J. RičanyováNicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland
THE BIOMOLECULAR SELECTIVITY AND SHAPE SPECIFICITY OF RECOGNIZING MECHANISM FOR MOLECULARLY IMPRINTED POLYMERS FROM STEROIDAL HORMONES
PO-18 -M.A. Rodríguez-DelgadoUniversidad de La Laguna (ULL), San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Spain
HOLLOW FIBER LIQUID-PHASE MICROEXTRACTION AND MAGNETIC DISPERSIVE SOLID-PHASE EXTRACTION FOR THE DETERMINATION OF PHTHALATES ACID ESTERS IN ENVIRONMENTAL WATER SAMPLES
PO-20 -M.A. Rodríguez-DelgadoUniversidad de La Laguna (ULL), San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Spain
CORE-SHELL COATED POLYDOPAMINE MAGNETIC NANOPARTICLES AS EXTRACTION SORBENT IN MICRO-DISPERSIVE SOLID-PHASE EXTRACTION FOR THE DETERMINATION OF OESTROGENIC COMPOUNDS IN MILK
PO-21 -M. Sadeghi Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
COUNTER CURRENT SALTING–OUT HOMOGENOUS LIQUID–LIQUID EXTRACTION AND DISPERSIVE LIQUID–LIQUID MICROEXTRACTION BASED ON SOLIDIFICATION OF FLOATING ORGANIC DROP FOLLOWING BY HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY FOR ISOLATION AND PRECONCENTRATION OF SOME PESTICIDES FROM REAL SAMPLES
PO-22 -S. Santana-VieraUniversidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
OPTIMIZATION OF AN ON-LINE SPE WITH UPLC-MS/MS METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF ANTINEOPLASTIC COMPOUNDS IN WASTEWATER
PO-23 -S. Santana-VieraUniversidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
APPLICATION OF A SPE MULTIRESIDUE METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF ANTINEOPLASTIC DRUGS IN WASTEWATER SAMPLES
PO-24 -A. StavrianidiLomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
DIFFERENT EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES FOR ISOLATION OF STEROIDAL SAPONINS FROM TIBULUS TERRESTRIS
PO-25 -G. StidsenRestek Corporation, USA
DETERMINATION OF VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN WATER (ISO 17943) WITH SPME ARROW
PO-26 -M. StreletskayaZavaritsky Institute of Geology and Geochemistry, Ekaterinburg, Russia
COPPER CHROMATOGRAPHIC PURIFICATION USING Cu SPEC AND AG MP-1 RESINS
PO-27 -I. SvinyarovSofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Sofia, Bulgaria
IONIC LIQUID-ASSISTED RECOVERY OF GLAUCINE FROM GLAUCIUM FLAVUM CR. (PAPAVERECEAE)
PO-28 -Ş. TokalıoğluUniversity of Erciyes, Kayseri, Turkey
POLYDOPAMINE COATED Fe3O4(Fe3O4@PDA) FOR SOLID PHASE EXTRACTION OF COPPER FROM WATER AND FOOD SAMPLES
PO-29 -Ş. TokalıoğluUniversity of Erciyes, Kayseri, Turkey
MAGNETIC SOLID PHASE EXTRACTION OF MERCURY FROM VARIOUS SAMPLES BY ZnFe2O4/REDUCED GRAPHENE OXIDE AND ITS DETERMINATION WITH COLD VAPOR ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY
PO-30 -A. AsselahUniversity of M’Hamed Bougara (UMBB), Boumerdes, Algeria
THE ANALYSIS OF METHYL ESTER SULFONATE SURFACTANTS BY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-ELECTROSPRAY IONIZATION TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY
PO-31 -R. DiazCharles River Laboratories, 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands
FIVE-BATCH ANALYSIS: WHEN THE IMPURITIES ARE THE KEY
PO-32 -D. FabbriUniversity of Torino, Torino, Italy
HPLC-HRMS FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF TRASFORMATION PRODUCTS OF IONIC LIQUIDS
PO-33 -L. HanfUniversity of Muenster, Münster, Germany
IDENTFICATION AND QUANTIFICATION OF Mn2+ AND Mn3+ IN LITHIUM ION BATTERY ELECTROLYTES BY MEANS OF CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS AND ULTRAVIOLET-VISIBLE LIGHT-DETETCION
PO-34 -F. HorsthemkeUniversity of Münster, Münster, Germany
FAST SCREENING METHOD TO CHARACTERIZE LITHIUM ION BATTERY ELECTROLYTES BY MEANS OF SOLID PHASE MICROEXTRACTION - GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY - MASS SPECTROMETRY
PO-35 -J. KahrAIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Vienna, Austria
IN-OPERANDO FTIR-GCMS COUPLED GAS ANALYSIS FROM ORGANIC CARBONATE- BASED ELECTROLYTES IN LITHIUM ION BATTERIES
PO-36 -C. KanakakiTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
FAST AND POTENTIALLY ON-LINE GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHODS FOR THE MONITORING OF VOLATILE EMISSIONS OF LITHIUM ION BATTERIES
PO-37 -A. NezhadPetro-Canada Lubricants Inc., Ontario, Canada
CHARACTERIZATION OF TALLOW FATTY ACIDS USING FD, GC×FI AND GC×EI MASS SPECTROSCOPY
PO-39 -A. TazeroutiUniversity of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene (USTHB), Algiers, Algeria
SEPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A MIXTURE OF POSITIONAL ISOMERS OF ALANINE BASED SURFACTANTS USING UPLC/ESI-MS
PO-40 -Ö. YilmazcanRudolf-Duraner, Bursa, Turkey
DETERMINATION OF THE SELECTED CYCLIC SILOXANES IN THE TEXTILE CHEMICALS BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY
PO-41 -S. ZhivkovaBulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgeria
RECOVERY OF PHENYLACETIC ACID FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION BY MEANS OF HYDROPHOBIC BUT POLAR IONIC LIQUID
PO-42 -M. Alimzhanovaal-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
STUDY OF PETROLEUM BIOMARKERS IN CRUDE OILS FROM KAZAKHSTAN DEPOSITS
PO-43 -T. BaderZweckverband Landeswasserversorgung, Langenau, Germany
NON-TARGET SCREEENING FOR THE EVALUATION OF WATER TREATMENT PROCESSES
PO-44 -J. ByronMax Planck - Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany
CHIRAL FINGERPRINTING THE AMAZON RAINFOREST
PO-45 -P. CalzaUniversity of Torino, Torino, Italy
COMBINED EVALUATION OF MICROPOLLUTANTS AND THEIR TRANSFORMATION PRODUCTS IN REAL WASTEWATER
PO-46 -M. GertsiukNational Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine
SOFTWARE FOR PREDICTING OF SPREAD RIVERS POLLUTION IN EMERGENCIES
PO-47 -K. KilianUniversity of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF Sc(III) SORPTION ONTO CARBON-BASED MATERIALS
PO-48 -R. LadjiUnité de Recherche en Analyse et Développement Technologiques en Environnement (UR-ADTE/CRAPC), Tipasa, Algeria
PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF N-ALKANES AND POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS (PAHS) IN URBAN AND INDUSTRIAL AREAS OF ALGIERS, ALGERIA
PO-49 -L. McGregor SepSolve Analytical, Peterborough, UK
HIGH-THROUGHPUT GC×GC-FID FOR ROUTINE ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSES
PO-50 -T. OymakCumhuriyet University, Sivas, Turkey
FRACTIONATION OF METALS IN STREET DUSTS OF ORGANISED INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT USING BCR SEQUENTIAL EXTRACTION PROCEDURE
PO-51 -T. OymakCumhuriyet University, Sivas, Turkey
EFFECTIVE AND RAPIDLY DETERMINATION OF U (VI) IN SEA WATER USING Fe3O4/SiO2/APTES FUNCTIONALIZED WITH MUREXIDE
PO-52 -M.C. PantilimonPolitehnica University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania
IMPROVED ANALYTICAL PERFORMANCE FOR THE SCREENING OF PHENOLIC RELATED COMPOUNDS IN DIFFERENT WATER MATRICES
PO-53 -S. Panto'LECO EATC, Berlin, Germany
DEVELOPMENT OF A GC-MS METHOD FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS SCREENING OF TARGET AND NON-TARGET CONTAMINAnTS IN RIVER WATER
PO-54 -K. Si-AhmedU.S.T.H.B., Algiers, Algeria
RP-HPLC METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION FOR THE ANALYSIS AND QUANTIFICATION OF ANILINE AND ITS DEGRADATION PRODUCTS IN WASTEWATER
PO-55 -K. StyszkoAGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland
ENDOCRINE DISRUPTING CHEMICALS IN ATMOSPHERIC AEROSOLS COLLECTED IN DIFFERENT MID-EUROPEAN URBAN SITES
PO-56 -M. SzopińskaGdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland
APPLICATION OF GC-MS/MS FOR ANALYSIS OF PAHs AND PCBs IN POLAR ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES
PO-57 -E. Van MeenenWater-link laboratory, Rumst, Belgium
OPTIMIZATION AND VALIDATION OF A SENSITIVE IC-ICPMS METHOD FOR THE QUANTIFICATION OF Cr (VI) IN SURFACE AND DRINKING WATERS, FIELD STUDY
PO-58 -L. AvagyanKNAUER Wissenschaftliche Geräte GmbH, Berlin, Germany
DETERMINATION OF GALLIC ACID AND TANNIC ACID FROM GALLNUT EXTRACT
PO-59 -I. AnanievaLomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
HPLC-MS PROFILING OF FLAVONOIDS IN SCUTELLARIAE BAICALENSIS EXTRACTS
PO-60 -A. ChikhouneUniversity of Frères Mentouri Constantine 1, Constantine, Algeria
TERPENES FROM FLOWERS AND STEMS OF PITURANTHOS SCOPARIUS’ ESSENTIAL OIL
PO-61 -T. CzabanyBiomin Research Center, Tulln, Austria
HYDROPHILIC INTERACTION CHROMATOGRAPHY (HILIC) FOR LC-MS/MS ANALYSIS OF CITRULLINE IN VARIOUS BIOLOGICAL MATRICES
PO-62 -N. DevdarianiGeorgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia
METHOD OF SEPARATION OF ORGANIC SUBSTANCES FROM NATURALLY "DRY" PELOID OF GEORGIA
PO-63 -R. Gadzała-KopciuchNicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland
APPLICATION OF ULTRA-HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY COMBINED WITH ESLD AND MS IN QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF SELECTED LIPIDS IN THE SEEDS OF FENUGREEK
PO-64 -V. GlavnikNational Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana, Slovenia
PROANTHOCYANIDINS AND BIOACTIVITY ANALYSES OF JAPANESE KNOTWEED EXTRACTS
PO-65 -V. GlavnikNational Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana, Slovenia
GRAFTED HPTLC OF PROANTHOCYANIDINS
PO-66 -B. HohnováInstitute of Analytical Chemistry of the CAS, Brno, Czech Republic
PRESSURIZED LIQUID EXTRACTION AND ULTRASOUND-ASSISTED EXTRACTION OF SILYMARIN COMPLEX FROM FRUITS OF SILYBUM MARIANUM L. GAERTNER
PO-67 -U. JugNational Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana, Slovenia
FRACTIONATION AND ISOLATION OF JAPANESE KNOTWEED PROANTHOCYANIDINS BY HPTLC AND HPTLC-MS
PO-68 -M. KissoudiAristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
EXTRACTION, PURIFICATION AND EVALUATION OF FOOD-GRADE PHYCOCYANIN FROM ARTHOSPIRA PLATENSIS
PO-69 -A. Kot-WasikGdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland
LIPOPHILICITY ASSESSMENT OF POLYPHENOLS BASED ON RETENTION BEHAVIOR IN RP-HPLC UNDER DIFFERENT CONDITIONS
PO-70 -J. KrukThe Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland
FORMS OF FLAVONOIDS OCCURRENCE IN PLANTS AND ITS DETERMINATION BY CHIRAL CHROMATOGRAPHY AND HYDROLYSIS
PO-71 -L. liU.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, Dulles, USA
ABUNDANCE OF PORPHYROXINE IN OPIUM, A POTENTIAL SIGNATURE CHARACTER IN OPIUM ORIGIN AND HEROIN PRODUCTION
PO-72 -L. McGregor Markes international, Cardiff, UK
COMPARISON OF AROMA COMPOUNDS IN WHISKY BY SPME–GC×GC–TOF MS/FID
PO-73 -S. Mecherara-IdjeriUniversity of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene (USTHB), Algiers, Algeria
ANALYSIS OF FATTY ACIDS AND ESSENTIAL OIL OF PISTACIA LENTISCUS FRUITS
PO-74 -M. MoraesFederal University of São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil
CE/DAD INDIRECT DETECTION PROTOCOLS APPLIED TO FINGERPRINT OF SECONDARY METABOLITES FROM DIPTERYX ODORATA SEEDS
PO-75 -D. NedeltchevaBulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgeria
CHEMICAL PROFILING OF BULGARIAN ROSE ABSOLUTE (Rosa damascena Mill.) USING GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY AND TRIMETHYLSILYL DERIVATIVES
PO-76 -K. NaumoskaMax Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz, Germany
ACTIVITY MEDIATED 2D CHROMATOGRAPHIC SEPARATION OF CINNAMON EXTRACT COMPOUNDS
PO-77 -S. ParkYonsei University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
MS-BASED SECONDARY METABOLITE PROFILING OF LINDERA GLAUCA (SIEBOLD & ZUCC.) BLUME
PO-78 -B. SavareearUniversity of Liège, Liège, Belgium
TD-GC×GC-LRTOFMS/FID AND TD-GC×GC-HRTOFMS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF TOBACCO HEATING PRODUCTS
PO-79 -B. SavareearUniversity of Liège, Liège, Belgium
METHOD DEVELOPMENT FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF Ky3R4F CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO HEATING PRODUCTS USING TD-GCxGC-TOFMS/FID
PO-80 -P. ŠilarováUniversity of Pardubice, Pardubice, Czech Republic
DETERMINATION OF ANTHOCYANINS IN ELDERBERRY FRUIT
PO-81 -H. SklenarovaCharles University, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
OPTIMIZATION OF HPLC DETERMINATION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS IN APPLE EXTRACTS
PO-82 -F. TazeroutiUniversity of Science and Technology Houari Boumediene (USTHB), Algiers, Algeria
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY OF PINUS HALEPENSIS MILL. EXTRACTS OBTAINED BY SOLVENT FREE MICROWAVE EXTRACTION
PO-83 -E. van BeelenWaters Corporation
THE USE OF GREEN SEPARATION TECHNOLOGIES COMBINED WITH TRIPLE DETECTION TECHNIQUES FOR NATURAL PRODUCTS PROFILING
PO-84 -M. BicovaUniversity of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Praha, Czech Republic
REVEALING THE ADULTERATION OF FOOD POPPY SEEDS TREATED BY THERMAL STABILIZATION
PO-85 -A. DedićUniversity of Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
EXTRACTION AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF LYCOPENE FROM FRESH AND PROCESSED TOMATO FRUIT
PO-86 -A. BilkováCharles University, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
CONTENT OF PHENOLIC SUBSTANCES ASSAYED BY HPLC-DAD IN APPLES KEPT UNDER DIFFERENT STORAGE CONDITIONS
PO-87 -R. Gadzała-KopciuchNicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland
ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC CONTAMINANTS IN HUMAN MILK
PO-88 -R. Gadzała-KopciuchNicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland
DEVELOPMENT OF METHOD OF ISOLATION AND DETERMINATION OF HYDROXYMETHYLFURFURAL AND ITS FURAN DERIVATIVES IN HONEY WITH SPE/LC AND QuEChERS/LC
PO-89 -U. HofstetterThermo Fisher Scientific, Dreieich, Germany
PESTICIDE ANALYSIS: LOW LEVEL QUANTITATION AND SCREENING USING NEW GC-MS TECHNOLOGY
PO-90 -P. JantaChulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF VOLATILE COMPOUNDS IN TOM YUM SOUP AND TOM YUM PASTES BY HEADSPACE SOLID PHASE MICROEXTRACTION GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY
PO-91 -S. KorinkovaCzech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority (CAFIA), Prague, Czech Republic
ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO THE ANALYSIS OF MYCOTOXINS IN FOODSTUFFS
PO-92 -S. KotucovaCzech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority (CAFIA), Prague, Czech Republic
TARGET ANALYSIS OF DELTA-9-TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL (THC) AND RELATED COMPOUNDS BY UHPLC-MS/MS IN FOOD AND BEVERAGES
PO-94 -S. NeubauerUniversity of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany
LC-HR-MS/MS BASED DEGRADATION PROFILES OF THE PROTEINOGENIC AMINO ACIDS
PO-95 -J. PereiraCQM - Centro de Química da Madeira, Funchal, Portugal
MICROEXTRACTION AND ANALYSIS OF BIOGENIC AMINES IN FOODSTUFFS
PO-96 -J. RičanyováPoznan University of Technology, Poznan, Poland
LC/Q-TOF/MS DETERMINATION OF SYNTHESIZED βN-ALKANOYL-5HYDROXYTRYPTAMIDES IN COFFEE BEANS
PO-97 -G. SchadShimadzu Europe GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany
INVESTIGATION OF MYCOTOXINS IN BEVERAGES SUCH AS BEER WITH THE MYCOTOXIN SCREENING SYSTEM USING SEVERAL CLEANUP TECHNIQUES
PO-98 -D. StadlerUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Tulln, Austria
ASSESSMENT OF RELATIVE MATRIX EFFECTS FOR A "DILUTE AND SHOOT" MULTI-MYCOTOXIN LC-MS/MS METHOD
PO-99 -B. ŠvecováUniversity of Pardubice, Pardubice, Czech Republic
ANALYSIS OF CZECH MEADS
PO-100 -M. VlassaBabeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
IMPROVEMENT OF A GC-MS METHOD FOR DETERMINING ODD- AND BRANCHED-CHAIN FATTY ACIDS IN MILK
PO-101 -W. WongbubphaChulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
COMPARATIVE QUANTIFICATION OF NON-VOLATILE COMPOUNDS IN TOM YUM SOUP AND TOM YUM PASTES USING HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY
PO-102 -M. ZelenáUniversity of Pardubice, Pardubice, Czech Republic
DETERMINATION OF SELECTED PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS IN MEAD
PO-103 -M. ZougaghRegional Institute for Applied Chemistry Research (IRICA), Ciudad Real, Spain
RAPID SAMPLE SCREENING METHOD FOR AUTHENTICITY CONTROLLING VANILLA FLAVOURS USING LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH ELECTROCHEMICAL DETECTION AT ALUMINIUM DOPED ZIRCONIA NANOPARTICLES-MODIFIED ELECTRODE
PO-104 -M. CeboUniversity of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany
COMBINE TARGETED AND UNTARGETED UHPLC-ESI-MS/MS METHOD WITH DATA-INDEPENDENT ACQUISITION FOR QUANTIFICATION OF PLATINUM-INDUCED FATTY ACIDS AND PROFILING OF OXYLIPINS IN PLATELETS
PO-105 -B. DrotleffUniversity of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany
COMBINATION OF UNTARGETED LIPIDOMIC PROFILING AND CLASS-SPECIFIC QUANTIFICATION
PO-106 -P. ĎurčMasaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORETIC ANALYSIS OF EXHALED BREATH CONDENSATE IN NON-INVASIVE DIAGNOSTIC OF GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE
PO-107 -P.E. HayesUniversity College Cork, Cork, Ireland
MIXED-MODE CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA QUORUM SENSING SIGNALLING MOLECULES
PO-108 -H.E. HummelJustus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Giessen, Germany
HYPHENATING GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY AND CHEMICAL ECOLOGY: DETECTOR SYSTEM FOR SIGNAL COMPOUNDS IN INSECT BEHAVIOUR
PO-109 -A. KalužíkováCharles University of Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
SEX-RELATED CHARACTERIZATION OF POLAR LIPIDS OF VERNIX CASEOSA
PO-110 -A. Kot-WasikGdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland
QUALITATIVE COMPARATIVE LIPIDOMICS OF HUMAN BREAST MILK, MILK FORMULA AND COW MILK USING SPME AND LC-MS BASED APPROACH
PO-111 -D. MoravcováAcademy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Brno, Czech Republic
CHARACTERIZATION OF LOW-MOLECULAR UV-VIS ABSORBING pI MARKERS SUITABLE FOR ANALYSIS OF BIOLOGICAL AGENS USING CAPILLARY ISOELECTRIC FOCUSING
PO-112 -J. PavlíkCharles University, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
DETERMINATION OF SELECTED HCV ANTIVIRALS IN SAMPLES ARISED FROM CELL EXPERIMENTS USING UHPLC-MS/MS
PO-115 -R. van LingThermo Scientic, Breda, The Netherlands
ULTRA-FAST pH-GRADIENT ION EXCHANGE CHROMATOGRAPHY FOR THE SEPARATION OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY CHARGE VARIANTS
PO-116 -D. AkhmerovaLomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
OPPORTUNITIES OF LC-MS ANALYZES FOR STUDYING KINETICS OF BALLPOINT PEN INK STROKES AGING
PO-117 -M. Anghelone Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria
MULTIANALYTICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND STUDY OF PHOTOSTABILITY OF SYNTHETIC ORGANIC PIGMENTS (SOPs)
PO-118 -Y. LiUniversity of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing, P.R. China
ANALYSIS AND IDENTIFICATION OF DYESTUFFS IN QING DYNASTY TEXTILES USING ULTRA-PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY – QUADRUPOLE – TIME OF FLIGHT MASS SPECTROMETRY
PO-119 -V. PintusAcademy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria
Py-GC/MS ANALYSES OF ACRYLIC EMULSION PAINTS: CURRENT RESEARCH FOR FUTURE ART COLLECTIONS
PO-120 -H. AlwaelKing Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
SORPTION CHARACTERISTICS AND ION CHROMATOGRAPHIC DETERMINATION OF PHOSPHATE IONS IN AQUEOUS MEDIA BY POLYURETHANE FOAM CHEMICALLY IMMOBILIZED WITH GOLD NANOPARTICLES
PO-121 -M. AntoniadouTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF THE BARRIER DISCHARGE IONIZATION DETECTOR FOR GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY
PO-122 -M. AntoniadouTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
DEVELOPMENT OF A MULTIPLEX SAMPLING SYSTEM FOR GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH A BARRIER IONIZATION DISCHARGE DETECTOR
PO-123 -F. BenesUniversity of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Praha, Czech Republic
APPLICATION OF SFC-HRMS/MS FOR ANALYSIS IN HEMP OILS
PO-124 -A. BorowiakAgilent Technologies, Waldbronn, Germany
SFC – SEPARATIONS FOR CONCENTRATIONS FROM LARGE TO MINISCULE
PO-125 -T. CrossThermo Fisher Scientific, Hemel Hempstead, UK
QUANTITATION OF APIs AND IMPURITIES IN MULTI-COMPONENT DRUGS BY TERNARY GRADIENT REVERSED PHASE CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH CHARGED AEROSOL DETECTION
PO-126 -A. DedicUniversity of Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF HPLC METHOD FOR THE SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF TETRACYCLINE AND OXYTETRACYCLINE USING POST-COLUMN EUROPIUM COMPLEXATION AND SENSITISED FLUORESCENCE DETECTION
PO-127 -J.L. Dores-SousaVrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
THERMOPLASTIC MICROFLUIDIC CHIPS FOR HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY: PRATICAL ASPECTS OF CHIP PROTOTYPING, STATIONARY-PHASE IMPLEMENTATION, AND APPLICATION
PO-128 -M. FenclovaUniversity of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Praha, Czech Republic
APPLICATION OF ION MOBILITY Q-TOF LC/MS PLATFORM FOR SEPARATION OF ISOMERS: CHARACTERIZATION OF SILYMARIN COMPLEX
PO-129 -A. FialkovTel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel
GC-MS WITH COLD EI AND ITS UNEXPECTED BENEFITS
PO-130 -F. HorakTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN DISSOLVED AND SOLID FRACTIONS OF AQUEOUS NANOPARTICLE SUSPENSIONS USING A STANDING-WAVE-SEPARATION-CELL IN COMBINATION WITH ON-LINE ICP-OES DETECTION
PO-131 -A. JamesEllutia Ltd, Ely, UK
METHOD DEVELOPMENT USING ULTRA-FAST GC
PO-132 -A. JamesEllutia Ltd, Ely, UK
MAX GC-FTIR A NEW CONCEPT IN GC DETECTION
PO-133 -K. MarákováComenius University Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovakia
CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS COUPLED WITH MASS SPECTROMETRY FOR ANALYSIS OF PHARMACEUTICAL SAMPLES
PO-134 -G. MorlockJustus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Giessen, Germany
OPEN-SOURCE DEVELOPMENTS FOR THE TOOLBOX OF ANALYSTS
PO-135 -E.M. Öncü KayaAnadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey
DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL, SENSITIVE AND RAPID HPLC FLUORESCENCE METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF CITREOVIRIDIN
PO-136 -G. SchadShimadzu Europe GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany
THE POWER OF SELECTIVITY AND THE STRENGTH TO CHOOSE - CHIRAL SCREENING USING AN SFC/LC SWITCHING SYSTEM
PO-137 -M. TsunodaUniversity of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATIION OF BRANCHED-CHAIN AMINO ACIDS IN HUMAN PLASMA USING PILLAR ARRAY COLUMNS
PO-138 -E. van BeelenWaters Corporation
ORTHOGONAL DETECTION TECHNIQUES TO PROVIDE MORE COMPLETE CHARACTERIZATION
PO-139 -E. van BeelenWaters Corporation
COMPREHENSIVE SCREENING WITH HRMS COUPLED WITH ION MOBILITY SEPARATION AND AN INTEGRATED SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION SYSTEM
PO-140 -J. WeissThermo Fisher Scientific, Dreieich, Germany
ENHANCING ANALYTICAL CONFIDENCE AND DETECTION LIMITS FOR IC AND LC APPLICATIONS BY COUPLING THEM TO SINGLE QUADRUPOLE MASS SPECTROMETRY
PO-141 -M. WunschBASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany
MULTIPLEXING GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY FOR HIGH THROUGHPUT ANALYSIS
PO-142 -A.Ö. AytekinYeditepe University, Istanbul, Turkey
CHITOSAN MEMBRANE AND ITS MODIFICATION FOR REMOVAL OF PROTEIN
PO-144 -C. CalderónUniversity of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany
CHIRAL SEPARATION OF SHORT CHAIN ALIPHATIC HYDROXYCARBOXYLIC ACIDS ON CINCHONA CARBAMATE-BASED WEAK CHIRAL ANION EXCHANGERS AND ZWITTERIONIC CHIRAL ION EXCHANGERS
PO-145 -N. CantwellUniversity College Cork, Cork, Ireland
INVESTIGATING NEW PARTICLE ASSEMBLIES, PACKING AND DETECTION PLATFORMS FOR IMPROVED CHROMATOGRAPHIC EFFICIENCIES AND SPEED
PO-146 -H.M. DoganTurkish Academy of Sciences, Ankara, Turkey
MOLYBDENUM DISULFIDE/CARBON NANOTUBES/ANILINE NANOCOMPOSITE AS A PROMISING SORBENT FOR QUANTITATIVE EXTRACTION OF DNA
PO-147 -O. FerroukhiUSTHB, Alger, Algeria
A NOVEL MESOGENIC ETHER CROWN STATIONARY PHASE FOR REVERSED-PHASE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
PO-148 -R. HegadeGhent University, Ghent, Belgium
CHIRAL STATIONARY-PHASE OPTIMIZED SELECTIVITY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY: A NOVEL APPROACH FOR THE SEPARATION OF MIXTURES OF ENANTIOMERS
PO-150 -I. KaradjovaSofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Sofia, Bulgaria
ION-IMPRINTED POLYMERS FOR SPECIATION OF KINETICALLY LABILE Fe(II) AND Fe(III) IN SURFACE WATERS
PO-151 -M. KhalifaMinistry of Health, Safat, Kuwait
CHROMATOGRAPHIC COLUMNS FOR HPLC: AN OVERVIEW OF TODAY'S COLUMNS TECHNOLOGY AND THEIR APPLICATION IN DRUG QUALITY CONTROL LABORATORIES
PO-152 -L. MatysovaCharles University, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
NEWLY FAST UHPLC METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF TERBINAFINE IN SOLID DISPERSIONS
PO-153 -J. OostdijkAgilent Technologies, Middelburg, The Netherlands
DEVELOPMENT OF J&W DB-BAC1 ULTRA INERT AND DB-BAC2 ULTRA INERT GC COLUMNS: IMPROVED RESOLUTION AND PEAK SHAPE PERFORMANCE FOR THE DETERMINATION OF BLOOD ALCOHOLS
PO-155 -Z. ShedaniaTbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
ENANTIOSEPARATION OF CHIRAL SULFOXIDES IN HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH POLYSACCHARIDE-BASED CHIRAL SELECTORS AND AQUEOUS-ORGANIC MOBILE PHASES
PO-156 -P. JoosLaboratory - water-link, Rumst, Belgium
STRATEGY FOR THE DETERMINATION OF UNKNOWNS IN DRINKING AND SURFACE WATERS USING GCxGC-HR MS
PO-157 -J. KrupcikSlovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia
THE USE OF COMPREHENSIVE TWO-DIMENSIONAL GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY IN ENANTIOSELECTIVE ESSENTIAL OILS QUALITY AND AUTHENTICITY
PO-158 -H. LimStockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
A MULTIDIMENSIONAL ON-LINE LC/GC SYSTEM FOR PAH ANALYSIS IN AIR, DIESEL AND WOOD PARTICULATES
PO-159 -L. McGregor SepSolve Analytical, Peterborough, UK
TACKLING THE EXTENDED LIST OF FRAGRANCE ALLERGENS BY FLOW-MODULATED GC×GC WITH PARALLEL FID/TOF MS DETECTION
PO-160 -S. Panto'LECO EATC, Berlin, Germany
DEVELOPMENT OF A GCxGC-TOFMS METHOD FOR THE QUANTIFICATION OF THE EXTENDED LIST OF SUSPECTED ALLERGENS IN FRAGRANCE MATERIALS
PO-161 -M. SchiellSanofi Deutschland GmbH, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
2D-LC-MS/MS IN ELUCIDATION OF DRUG METABOLITES
PO-163 -L. AvagyanKNAUER Wissenschaftliche Geräte GmbH, Berlin, Germany
SYSTEMATIC HPLC METHOD DEVELOPMENT AND ROBUSTNESS EVALUATION OF 13 CARBONYL DNPH DERIVATIVES USING DRYLAB SOFTWARE
PO-165 -O. DjellouliCtr Univ A. Salhi of Naama, Naama, Algeria
UNCERTAINTY CONTRIBUTION OF THE BASELINE NOISE EFFECT DURING AN HPLC-UV ELUTION OF FOUR VITAMERS COMPOUNDS
PO-166 -D. HansenPhenomenex LTD, Aschaffenburg, Germany
HYDROGEN VS. HELIUM: EVALUATION OF CARRIER GASES FOR CHLORINATED CONTAMINANT TESTING BY GC/ECD
PO-167 -D. HansenPhenomenex LTD, Aschaffenburg, Germany
ACHIRAL SFC: NO C18 EQUIVALENT, NO PROBLEM
PO-168 -B.L. HeBristol-Myers Squibb Co., New Brunswick, USA
EPIMERIC SEPARATION AND METHOD DEVELOPMENT FOR IMPURITY ANALYSIS OF AN ANTIBODY-DRUG CONJUGATE (ADC) PAYLOAD-LINKER
PO-169 -V. KukuevaInstitute of environmental geochemistry, Kiev, Ukraine
QUANTUM-CHEMICAL PREDICTIONS OF PHOSPHORUS CONTAINING SUBSTANCES DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS WITH ENVIRONMENTAL PURPOSES
PO-170 -D. NedeltchevaBulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgeria
MASS SPECTROMETRY AS A TOOL FOR INVESTIGATION OF TAUTOMERIC SYSTEMS IN GAS PHASE
PO-171 -Š. UkićUniversity of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
CRITICAL COMPARISON OF IC MODELING/OPTIMIZATION APPROACHES
PO-172 -V. Munteanu"Babes Bolyai" University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
SPECTROSCOPIC, ELECTROCHEMICAL AND CHROMATOGRAPHIC INTERROGATION OF FORMYL PHENOTHIAZINE REGIOISOMERS
PO-173 -Y.-M. LeeChungbuk National University, Chongju, Korea
CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF NATURAL ORIGIN-PEPTIDES DERIVATIVES FOR ANTI-WRINKLE FUNCTIONAL COSMETICS

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PT-6 -V. DorrerTU Wien, Vienna, Austria
HANGING THREADS OF ARACHNOCAMPA LUMINOSA - CHALLENGES OF SAMPLE PREPARATION AND SEPARATION FOR BIOADHESIVES
PT-9 -B. FodorEötvös University, Budapest, Hungary
QUANTITATIVE ALKYLSILYL SPECIATION AND DIRECT SAMPLE PREPARATION OF PLANT CANNABINOIDS PRIOR TO THEIR ANALYSIS BY GC-MS
PT-19 -K. PlachkaCharles University, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic
DETERMINATION OF LOVASTATIN IN FOOD SAMPLES USING UHPLC-MS/MS METHOD AND AUTOMATED MOLECULARLY IMPRINTED SOLID PHASE EXTRACTION
PT-38 -I. SulaevaUniversity of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria
MOLAR MASS CHARACTERISATION OF TECHNICAL LIGNINS: SEC, AsFlFFF-MALLS AND DOSY-NMR
PT-93 -K. ManolidiNCSR “Demokritos”, Athens, Greece
PRESENCE OF 2,4-DIAMINOBUTYRIC ACID (DAB) IN SPIRULINA FOOD SUPPLEMENTS
PT-113 -A. RoodtUniversity of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa
A NEW METHOD FOR THE COLLECTION AND COMPARISON OF HUMAN SKIN VOLATILE CHEMICALS
PT-114 -J. SchlotterbeckUniversity of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany
CHALLENGES IN SELECTIVITY OF NON-TARGETED AND DATA-INDEPENDENT LIPIDOMIC PROFLING
PT-143 -M.C. BruzzonitiUniversity of Turin, Turin, Italy
MESOPOROUS SUBSTRATES WITH ION-EXCHANGE FUNCTIONALITIES FOR THE REMOVAL OF SUGAR MATRICES
PT-149 -R. HegadeGhent University, Ghent, Belgium
CHIRAL STATIONARY PHASE OPTIMIZED SELECTIVITY SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CHROMATOGRAPHY (SOS-SFC): A NOVEL APPROACH FOR OPTIMIZING THE SEPARATION OF ENANTIOMERS
PT-154 -M. ShashkovBoreskov Institute of catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia
NEW 6-METHYLQUINOLINE IONIC LIQUIDS AS STATIONARY LIQUID PHASES FOR CAPILLARY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY
PT-162 -G. WinterHochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, Rheinbach, Germany
FEASIBILITY STUDY: ANALYSIS OF N-NITROSAMINES WITH HS-GC-IMS
PT-164 -J.L. Dores-SousaVrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
SELECTIVITY AND MIXED-MODE RETENTION MECHANISM OF SMALL-MOLECULES IN LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY USING A REVERSED-PHASE / WEAK ANION-EXCHANGE STATIONARY PHASE
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