Solid phase microextraction (SPME) is considered simple, ecofriendly, sustainable, cost31 effective and timesaving sample preparation mode in comparison with other sample preparation procedures. The researchers always try to develop new sorbents with higher surface area in comparison with other conventional sorbents aiming to enhance the extraction efficiency. In this work for the first time, a comparative study was performed between Ca-BTC MOF (1,3,5-benzenetricarboxylic acid, BTC; metal-organic framework, MOF) and a hybrid Ca-BTC-MCC MOF (microcrystalline cellulose, MCC) by using as model compounds seven drugs with different physicochemical properties. The evaluation of the extraction efficiency of both sorbents were obtained by means of an HPLC/DAD instrument configuration in reversed phase mode under isocratic elution mode. The results indicate that Ca-BTC MOF showed superior extraction efficiency than Ca-BTC-MCC MOF in the case of all analytes except nirmatrelvir and ritonavir. The results highlight that not only the surface area of adsorbents controlled the adsorption capacity, but also other factors have a role in extraction efficiency including morphology of adsorbent and physico-chemical properties of the analytes. It is worth mentioning that this is the first time that a comparative study was performed between Ca-BTC MOF and Ca-BTC-MCC MOF hybrid material.

A hybrid microcrystalline cellulose/metal-organic framework for dispersive solid phase microextraction of selected pharmaceuticals: A proof-of-concept

M. Locatelli;
2023-01-01

Abstract

Solid phase microextraction (SPME) is considered simple, ecofriendly, sustainable, cost31 effective and timesaving sample preparation mode in comparison with other sample preparation procedures. The researchers always try to develop new sorbents with higher surface area in comparison with other conventional sorbents aiming to enhance the extraction efficiency. In this work for the first time, a comparative study was performed between Ca-BTC MOF (1,3,5-benzenetricarboxylic acid, BTC; metal-organic framework, MOF) and a hybrid Ca-BTC-MCC MOF (microcrystalline cellulose, MCC) by using as model compounds seven drugs with different physicochemical properties. The evaluation of the extraction efficiency of both sorbents were obtained by means of an HPLC/DAD instrument configuration in reversed phase mode under isocratic elution mode. The results indicate that Ca-BTC MOF showed superior extraction efficiency than Ca-BTC-MCC MOF in the case of all analytes except nirmatrelvir and ritonavir. The results highlight that not only the surface area of adsorbents controlled the adsorption capacity, but also other factors have a role in extraction efficiency including morphology of adsorbent and physico-chemical properties of the analytes. It is worth mentioning that this is the first time that a comparative study was performed between Ca-BTC MOF and Ca-BTC-MCC MOF hybrid material.
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