GC/MS and CE Methods for the Analysis of Trace Organic Acids in Reclaimed Water Supplies 941392
The objective of this study was to investigate combining GC/MS and CE methods to allow sub-mg/L levels of organic acids to be determined in various water samples. This study also served as a basis for evaluating these instruments for in-flight spacecraft water-quality monitoring and to help determine the modifications needed to convert terrestrial hardware for use in microgravity environments. This paper reports on current GC/MS and CE method development and data generated from some recent spacecraft-related water samples. Plans for further method development are also discussed.
Citation: Homan, M., Mudgett, P., Schultz, J., and Sauer, R., "GC/MS and CE Methods for the Analysis of Trace Organic Acids in Reclaimed Water Supplies," SAE Technical Paper 941392, 1994, https://doi.org/10.4271/941392. Download Citation
Mark E. Homan, Paul D. Mudgett, John R. Schultz, Richard L. Sauer
KRUG Life Sciences
International Conference On Environmental Systems
SAE 1994 Transactions: Journal of Aerospace-V103-1