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Determination of inorganic elements in foods

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Kenneth Neubauer, PhD
PerkinElmer, Inc., 710 Bridgeport Avenue, Shelton, CT 06484, USA. www.perkinelmer.com

The determination of inorganic elements in food substances is critical for assessing nutritional composition and identifying food contamination sources. The measurement of inorganic elements is challenging because there is a wide variety of edible substances. As a result, highly diverse matrices must be analysed accurately. The different matrices can lead to numerous interferences on inorganic elements of interest and the interferences can vary with matrix composition.

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