ethylation


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ethylation

[‚eth·ə′lā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
Formation of a new compound by introducing the ethyl functional group (C2H5).
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An improved speciation method for mercury by GC/CVAFS after aqueous phase ethylation and room temperature precollection.
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These samples will be analyzed at the University of Alberta for [.sup.198]Hg(II), using a Tekran model 2600 interfaced with a PerkinElmer[R] Elan ICPMS, and for MM[.sup.198]Hg and MM[.sup.199]Hg, by aqueous phase ethylation, GC separation, and quantification on the ICPMS.