Maximizing laboratory throughput: Robust and accurate analysis of trace metals in food samples with triple quadrupole ICP-MS
DescriptionThe measurement of potentially harmful substances including toxic metals in food has become a major topic of public interest in recent years. Therefore, the screening of food samples for food safety and nutritional labeling is an important task. The ICP-MS was operated using a single measurement mode (TQ-O2) to screen the entire mass range (lithium to uranium). In total, full quantitation of 32 elements were demonstrated in a variety of different foods.
|Market:||Food and Beverage|
|Keywords:||Food analysis, robustness, TQ-ICP-MS, heavy metals, high sample throughput, nutritious elements|
|Matrix:||18 different foodstuff, Apple Leaves 1515, Bovine liver 1577c, milk powder BCR 685, Rice flour 1568b|
|Affiliation:||Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bremen, Germany|
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