Deep Eutectic Solvents for Extraction and Preconcentration of Organic and Inorganic Species in Water and Food Samples: A Review

Muhammad Farooque Lanjwani, Mustafa Tuzen*, Muhammad Yar Khuhawar, Mohammad Reza Afshar Mogaddam, Mir Ali Farajzadeh

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Abstract

Deep eutectic solvents (DESs) have been developed as green solvents and these are capable as alternatives to conventional solvents used for the extraction of organic and inorganic species from food and water samples. The continuous generation of contaminated waste and increasing concern for the human health and environment have compelled the scientific community to investigate more ecological schemes. In this concern, the use of DESs have developed in one of the chief approach in the field of chemistry. These solvents have appeared as a capable substitute to conventional hazardous solvents and ionic liquids. The DESs has distinctive properties, easy preparation and components availability. It is not only used in scienctific fields but also used in quotidian life. There are many advantages of DESs in analytical chemistry, they are largely used for extraction and determination of inorganic and organic compounds from different samples. In previous a few years, several advanced researches have been focused on the separation and preconcentration of low level of pollutants using DESs as the extractants. This review summarizes the use of DESs in the separation and preconcentration of organic and inorganic species from water and food samples using various microextraction processes.

Original languageEnglish
JournalCritical Reviews in Analytical Chemistry
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StateAccepted/In press - 2022

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Keywords

  • Deep eutectic solvents
  • extraction and preconcentration
  • future trends
  • green solvents
  • organic and inorganic species
  • water and food samples

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Analytical Chemistry

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