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RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Twelve sludges have been analysed for chlorobenzenes, the details of which are provided in Table 1. A typical GC-ECD chromatogram for a sludge extract is shown in Figure 2. This illustrates the considerable complexity of sludge extracts since, even with the relative specificity of electron-capture detection, the presence of many other compounds can be detected. In our work, the identity of the di-chlorobenzenes in selected samples was confirmed using gas chromatography—mass spectrometry.

Micro-steam distillation involves the distillation of aqueous based samples, with subsequent transfer of any steam volatile organic compounds present in the sample into an organic solvent. One advantage of the technique is that since, in general, high molecular weight organic compounds and inorganics are not steam volatile they are not extracted. Thus it is not necessary to clean-up the extract before chromatographic separation is carried out. This technique has been used to extract hydrocarbons from mussel tissue (Donkin and Evans, 1984) and has been tested for extracting a range of organic compounds from water (Dix and Fritz, 1987).

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