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KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 membrane preparation using polycarbonate (PC) film was studied. The 15 µm thickness film was prepared by polycarbonate rasins with using extrusion method. The nuclear track was created by irradiation the thin film and uranium screen with neutron from Thai Research Reactor (TRRl/Ml). The etching of irradiated film makes the latent track, from fission fragment of uranium, porous. The studied of using LiOH, NaOH and KOH etchants in various time shown that, the suitable condition was the etching in 6 N NaOH solution at 70 °C for 1 hr. The pore density, pore size and the flow rate of the porous film were also determined. IC-121 SYNTHESIS AND DESIGNING THE FLUORESCENCE DETECTION OF CHEMOSENSING ENSEMBLE FOR HISTIDINE Kornvalai Panpae, Phannee Ratanachaisit, Jinda Songninluck, Phantawach Teeravorn The 11 th Asian Chemical Congress (11th ACC), August 24-26, 2005, Korea University, Seoul, Korea, pp. 359-360 The synthesis of the imidazolate - bridged dinuclear copper (II)complex [L Cu 2 (Im)] (CIO 4 ) 3 (H 2 O). ½(MeCN), (ImH = imidazole, L = bis-p-xylylBISDIEN) have been studied for the selectivity of the fluorescent detection of histidine amino acid. The imidazol group of histidine deprotonates and bridges the two Cu(II) centers of a dimetallic polyanime macrocyclic complex (I), displacing the previously bound and quenched fluorescent indicators e.g. coumarine 343, fluorescein, and eosine Y. Thus, histidine recognition is signaled by the revival of the fluorescence of each of indicators. Selectivity with respect to other natural amino acids is achieved by choosing an indicator of tuned affinity toward the dicopper (II) receptor. The results provide a convenient framework for the construction of a fluorosensor for histidine. IC-122 DIFFERENTIAL PULSE ANODIC STRIPPING VOLTAMMETRY DETERMINATION OF NI AND CO IN MINERAL WATER Kornvalai Panpae, Pacharin Trangkasetsin, Anek Sapjamnong The 11 th Asian Chemical Congress (11th ACC), August 24-26, 2005, Korea University, Seoul, Korea, p. 271 117 Differential pulse anodic stripping voltammetry (DPASV) was used for determination of Ni and Co in drinking mineral water. This is mainly because of its high sensitivity and low cost of instrumentation. Nickel, a trace element in the environment, has been reported to be a micronutrient for many organism. In mineral water, nickel occurs at nanomolar levels, closely related with phosphates and silicates. Cobalt, an essential component of vitamin B12 is an important micronutrient and is accumulated by animals and plants. The content of cobalt in natural water is lower than that of nickel-less than 10.0 nM in drinking mineral water. The voltammograms were recorded with 764 VA Trace Analyzer (Metrohm) with a plotter, equipped with a static hanging mercury drop electrode (HMDE), AE= 0.05 mm ; and Ag/AgCI electrode in saturated KCI as a reference electrode and a platinum auxiliary electrode. Ni and Co standard solutions were measured to construct the corresponding calibration curves. Various 8 Brands of mineral water samples procured from the local markets in Bangkok were analyzed. The DPASV results show that the average Ni and Co concentrations are 32.10±0.01 nM and 5.50±0.01nM, respectively. A detection limit of 0.03 nM is obtained in connection to a 10 min adsorption time. The response is linear up to 48.0 mM and the standard deviations at 48.0 mM of Ni and Co are 0.068 and 0.084, respectively. IC-123 DETERMINATION OF OPTIMUM CONDITIONS FOR CHROMIUM AND IRON REMOVAL FROM COD WASTEWATER BY ELECTROCHEMICAL TREATMENT PROCESS Winyu Pibanwong, Arissara Thatpitak, Anawat Pinisakul The 11 th Asian Chemical Congress (11th ACC), August 24-26, 2005, Korea University, Seoul, Korea, p. 293 The research was to study the optimum conditions for chromium and iron removal from chemical oxygen demand (COD) wastewater by electrochemical treatment (ECT) process. The initial chromium and iron concentration in COD wastewater were in the range of 280-317 mg/L and 4,828-6,312 mg/L, respectively. The initial pH values were in acidic range but cannot be measured by pH-meter. The experiments were conducted by using ECT reactors which made of International Conference

118 acrylic plastic consisting of 6 iron electrodes to be the bipolar system. The direct current (DC) was applied to the reactors. From the experimental results, it was found that the optimum conditions for chromium and iron removal were the following : adjusting initial pH to 3.0-3.5 by sodium hydroxide and electrical potential of 10 volt, the operation time of 1 hour. After using the optimum conditions, the chromium and iron contents cannot be detected which met the Notification of Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment. The chromium (VI) was reduced to be chromium (III) and precipitated with hydroxide ion which was produced by reaction of water at the cathode. The iron was also precipitated as the hydroxide form. From the chromium mass balance study, it was found that the major mechanism for chromium removal was the chromium precipitated in sludge (98%). The operation cost for ECT process (5.60 Baht/L) was lower than the precipitation process (6.34 Baht/L). IC-124 HPLC METHODS FOR ANALYSIS OF HISTIDINE IN SOME MARINE AND FRESHWATER FISHS OF THAILAND USING O - PHTHALDIALDEHYDE PRECOLUMN DERIVATIZATION Phannee Rattanachaisit The 11 th Asian Chemical Congress (11th ACC), August 24-26, 2005, Korea University, Seoul, Korea, p. 337 Precolumn derivatization applying o- phthaldialdehyde (OPA) was used to analyze free histidine, precursor of histamine, which is considered indicators of fish quality and safety. This method uses 75% methanol to eliminate the use of strong acid as the extraction solution. Each analysis took 10 min, was reproducible and allowed separation of histidine in fish samples. A binary solvent [Solvent A ; sodium phosphate buffer pH 4.6 : tetrahydrofuran, Solvent B ; sodium phosphate buffer 4.6 :methanol] derivery system couple with fluorescence detector and a Phnomenex Spersurb 5 ODS column were utilized for HPLC separation. Linearity of the calibration curves was very good [r 2 = 0.99] for histidine. The limit of detection was 15 µg/mL. Average recoveries was 98% and Relative Standard Deviation was 5.71. This method used solvent gradient elution to study the levels of these analytes in catfish, nile tilapia, spanich KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 mackerel and silver pompret. The range total quantity of histidine in fish were 0.1976 ± 0.004, 0.3889 ± 0.012, 0.4446 ± 0.005, 1.8086 ± 0.054 respectively. IC-125 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF CATECHIN IN PIPER Sarmentasum Roxb. GREEN TEA BY HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY Phannee Rattanachaisit, Nathapol Chaidirok, Pimprapai Sawatpan The 11 th Asian Chemical Congress (11th ACC), August 24-26, 2005, Korea University, Seoul, Korea, p. 337 Antioxidants in foods have received considerable attention for their role in human health. It has been clarified that catechins included in the tea present us from various diseases by having the high antioxidative activity. The quantification of (+)catechin has been investigated from Piper sarmentasum Roxb.ex Hunter green tea in piperaceae family. It was compared with Japanese green tea and Chinease green tea. (+)Catechin was determined by reverse phase flow rate of 1 mL/min and quantified by UV detector at 270 nm. Preparation of green tea sample included a single extraction with 90% methanol. The detection limit was found to be 1.562 ppm. The quantification of (+)catechin for Piper sarmentasum Roxb. green tea, Japanese green tea and Chinese green tea were 8.482, 4.607, 39.50 ppm respectively. Recovery for (+)catechin in green tea were found to be range for 95.48% - 96.73%. Coefficient of variation rang from 0.09% - 0.24%. IC-126 DEVELOPMENT OF FLOW INJECTION SYSTEM FOR IRON(II) DETERMINATION Sumalee Tanikkul, Jareerat Jintana, La-orrat Nunkong The 11 th Asian Chemical Congress (11th ACC), August 24-26, 2005, Korea University, Seoul, Korea, p. 294 Flow injection – colorimetric system was developed for Fe(II) determination. It was based on the reaction between Fe(II) and 1,10- phenanthroline, resulting in red-orange complex Fe(phen)32+ as product. The effect of reagent concentration, pH of buffer solution, flow rate, International Conference

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