Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME) is a novel sample pretreatment and enrichment technology, which was invented by Professor Janusz Pawliszyn, University of Waterloo and Academician of The Royal Academy of Sciences of Canada in 1990.
SPME is a kind of microextraction technology developed in the field of solid-phase extraction. It’s a solvent-free extraction technology that integrates sampling, extraction, concentration and injection. In addition, it overcomes the shortcomings of traditional sample pretreatment, such as low recovery and easy to block adsorbent pore.
- Fast and easy, high sensitivity and good selectivity
- Integration of sampling and sample preparation steps
- Flexibility in configuration: convenience of automation
- Green environmental protection technology of solvent free extraction
- On-site and in-vivo technologies