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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 ...
Cloud point extraction and spectrophotometric determination of mercury species at trace levels in environmental samples
A new micelle-mediated separation and preconcentration method was developed for ultra-trace quantities of mercury ions prior to spectrophotometric determination. The method is based on cloud point extraction (CPE) of Hg(II) ...
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 Simple, Low-Cost, and Useful Preconcentration Method for Quantification of Soluble, Insoluble, and Total Oxalate in Selected Vegetables Through Spectrophotometry
The amount of dietary oxalate from food may be an important risk factor in the development of idiopathic calcium oxalate nephrolithiasis. The main aim of this research was to develop an accurate and reliable method by cloud ...
Determination of trace cadmium in nonalcoholic beverages by coupling cloud point extraction with spectrophotometry
A cloud-point extraction (CPE) process using the nonionic surfactant, Triton X-114 to extract Cd(II) ions from aqueous solutions was investigated. The method is based on the ion-pairing reaction of Cd(II) with Victoria ...
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 ...