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An Inexpensive and Sensitive Method for Speciative Determination of Sn(IV), Sn(II), and Total Sn as Sn(IV) in Selected Beverages by Micellar Improved Spectrophotometry
In the present study, an inexpensive, selective, and micellar sensitive spectrophotometric method for Sn(IV) was developed at 537 nm. The method is based on the formation of ternary complex of Sn(IV) with tartaric acid and ...
Determination of total Sn in some canned beverages by FAAS after separation and preconcentration
A micelle-mediated preconcentration method has been developed for determination of trace amounts of tin in canned beverage samples, which is widely used in food industry for packing, but its utilization is limited due to ...
A Novel Preconcentration Procedure Using Neutral Red as Ion-Pairing Reagent for Determination of Inorganic Dissolved Arsenic Species in Different Water and Beverages by Spectrophotometry
In the current study, a new cloud point extraction (CPE) procedure was developed for the separation and preconcentration of inorganic soluble As species, As(III), As(V), and total As in water and beverage samples. Selective ...
A new cloud point extraction procedure for determination of inorganic antimony species in beverages and biological samples by flame atomic absorption spectrometry
A new cloud-point extraction (CPE) for the determination of antimony species in biological and beverages samples has been established with flame atomic absorption spectrometry (FAAS). The method is based on the fact that ...
Development of a simple, sensitive and inexpensive ion-pairing cloud point extraction approach for the determination of trace inorganic arsenic species in spring water, beverage and rice samples by UV-Vis spectrophotometry
The determination of inorganic arsenic species in water, beverages and foods become crucial in recent years, because arsenic species are considered carcinogenic and found at high concentrations in the samples. This ...