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27-May-2013 | Author(s): Waldo Quiroz , Marisol Cortés , Francisco Astudillo , Manuel Bravo , Francisco Cereceda , Víctor Vi ..., Microchemical Journal, 2013
Publication date: September 2013 Source:Microchemical Journal, Volume 110 Author(s): Waldo Quiroz , Marisol Cortés , Francisco Astudillo , Manuel Bravo , Francisco Cereceda , Víctor Vidal , María Gabriela Lobos In this study we develop an analytical methods for the determination of ...
05-May-2012 | R. K. Malav, Neeta D. Save, Amrit Prakash, Md. Afzal, J. P. Panakkal, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 2012
Microwave heating technique has the unique advantages of low processing time, less consumption of reagents, homogeneous heating and maintenance-free adaptability to glove box. Dissolution of thorium and plutonium containing fuel viz sintered thorium oxide, thorium-uranium oxide and ...
11-Apr-2011 | Malgorzata Grembecka, Piotr Szefer, Food Analytical Methods, 2011
The aim of this investigation was to introduce multivariate techniques for the estimation of confectionery product quality in view of their mineral composition. The concentrations of 14 elements (Ca, Mg, K, Na, P, Co, Mn, Fe, Cr, Ni, Zn, Cu, Cd, and Pb) were determined in confectionery products ...
21-Mar-2011 | Svetlana M. Stanišić, Ljubiša M. Ignjatović, Dragan D. Manojlović, Biljana P. Dojčinović, Central European Journal of Chemistry, 2011
This paper presents the extraction of cations from a soil sample, type ranker on serpentinite, in deionized water, by use of three different extraction techniques. The first extraction technique included the use of a rotary mixer, the second technique involved the use of a microwave digestion ...
24-Jan-2011 | Danijela, Joksimovic , Ilija, Tomic , Ana R., Stankovic , Mihajlo, Jovic , Slavka, Stankovic, Food Chemistry, 2011
The concentrations of trace metals (Fe, Zn, Mn, Ni, Cu, Co and Cr) were determined for the first time in Mediterranean blue mussels (M. galloprovincialis) and surface sediments. The mussel and sediment samples were collected from five sites on the Montenegrin coastal area (southeastern Adriatic ...