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Table 3 Comparison of the proposed method with other methods

From: A simple strategy based on fibers coated with surfactant-functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes to improve the properties of solid-phase microextraction of phenols in aqueous solution

MethodDetection systemLOD (ng/mL)RSD (%)Liner range (ng/mL)References
SPMEaHPLC–UV0.25–3.674.25–12.9510.8–1585[6]
SPMEbGC-MSMS0.26–2.632.08–9.021–1000[21]
MWCNTs-DDM/PDMS SBSEcHPLC–UV0.14–1.766.2–11.61–1000[38]
PDMS-SBSEdGC–MS0.1–0.46–271–15[16]
SB-µ-SPEeGC–MS0.244.501–600[46]
SUPRAS-microextractionfHPLC–DAD1–44.70–7.2710–150[47]
MWCNTs/NaDC SPMEHPLC–UV0.15–0.305.7–11.91–100Present study
  1. aMWCNTs-COOH fiber SPME
  2. bCarboxylated solid carbon spheres SPME
  3. cAmino modified multi-walled carbon nanotubes/polydimethylsiloxane coated stir bar sorptive extraction
  4. dPolydimethyl siloxane (PDMS) stir bar sorptive extraction
  5. eStir bar-supported micro-solid-phase extraction
  6. fSupramolecular solvent based microextraction