Water monitoring using polymer inclusion membranes: a review
Bambang Kuswandi, Fidelis Nitti, M Ines GS Almeida, Spas D Kolev
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS | SPRINGER HEIDELBERG | Published : 2020
Water monitoring by conventional analytical methods is often complicated, time-consuming and laborious, requiring highly skilled personnel, thus calling for simpler, rapid and cost-effective methods. Polymer inclusion membranes (PIM) are of interest in environmental analysis due to their selectivity and sensitivity for the detection of a wide range of analytes such as metals. PIM have been used in the development of passive sampling, analyte separation and preconcentration, and sensing. PIM are also suitable for the automation of chemical analysis. Here we review PIM applications in environmental water monitoring.
Awarded by World Class Professor (WCP) Scheme B 2019, Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Republic of Indonesia
The authors thank the NDT programme of IDB Project 2018 of the University of Jember Indonesia and World Class Professor (WCP) Scheme B 2019, No. T/50/D2.3/KK.04.05/2019, Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Republic of Indonesia, for providing fellowship to BK to visit Kolev Group at the School of Chemistry, The University of Melbourne.