CN001941: Determination of Chlorate in Agar Samples using Ion Chromatography (IC)
DescriptionThe European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) reported chlorate as a risk to human health. In June 2020, the European Commission set chlorate limits for various foods, including the limit for algae (0.05 mg/kg). This work describes a straightforward method to determine chlorate in seaweed-derived agar products. A sample preparation circumvents unwanted gelation, thus avoiding clogging capillaries and columns. Our approach is suitable for analyzing chlorate where the final agar content does not exceed 0.5–1.0%
|Market:||Food and Beverage|
|Keywords:||Bromate, Chlorate, Chlorite, Formate, Citrate, IonPac AS19 column, fluoride, Nitrate, RFIC, Agar, Nitrite, Chloride, phosphate, Sulfate, Algae, Reagent-Free IC, Bromide, Reagent-Free IC (RFIC), EFSA, Gelidium, Gracilaria, red algae, algal, seaweed, CN 001941|
|Author:||Tiziana Ladisa1 , Flavio Zanetti2 , Massimiliano Borgogna2 , Lidia Graziano3 , Detlef Jensen4|
|Affiliation:||1 Thermo Fisher Scientific, Rodano MI, Italy 2 Biopolife Srl, Trieste, Italy 3 Java Biocolloid Europe Srl, Trieste, Italy 4 Thermo Fisher Scientific GmbH, Dreieich, Germany|
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