Analytical Methods in Toxicology
Wiley, Aug 29, 1991 - Medical - 328 pages
Provides practicing analysts in toxicology with the most detailed, practically-oriented handbook on the subject available. Describes various tested instrumental methods which demonstrate the principles of chromatography readout and cleanup techniques and elementary analysis by atomic absorption spectroscopy. Coverage includes information on hydride methods for metalloids in biological matrices; cleanups for organic analysis; and new chromatography methods for mycotoxins, pesticides and vitamins. There is also information on feed additives and contaminants as well as colorimetric effusion separations, HPLC separations, and readout end points.
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Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
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1-L volumetric flask 100-mL volumetric flask acetate add 50 mL aflatoxin aliquot analysis analyzed aqueous atomic absorption spectroscopy beaker blank blender blood buffer Centrifuge chloroform cleanup column compounds detector developing solvent diethyl ether dilute to volume dissolve elution equivalent Erlenmeyer flask ethyl Feed filter paper Florisil gas chromatograph Gas-Liquid Chromatography glass hexane HNO3 hydrochloric acid Inject intermediate standard solution layer liver MeCl2 MeOH methanol method mg/dL minutes mL concentrated mL water mL with water Mycotoxin NaOH nitrogen effusion apparatus ochratoxin pesticide petroleum ether pipet potassium prepurified nitrogen supply Procedure Quantitation reagent grade Reagents and Apparatus Regulated prepurified nitrogen reverse-phase Rinse SEP-PAK separatory funnel serum silica gel sodium hydroxide sodium sulfate spike standard curve standard solution 1000 steam bath stock standard solution stopper test tubes Thin-Layer Chromatography tissue TLC plates transfer ug/mL urine UV light vitamin volume with water volumetric flask Weigh Whatman zearalenone