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Metal Detection in Foodstuffs?
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Low-level analysis of food matrices has placed a demand on manufacturers, testing laboratories, and instrumentation vendors worldwide. Stricter regulations, better analytical instrumentation, and greatly improved sample preparation (preanalytical) techniques have focused efforts to simplify and standardize these analyses.
Often overlooked, the preanalytical step determines the quality of the resulting data and requires careful attention to a number of details, including sample size, digestion parameters, and the level of detection needed.
This webinar will provide the background on the technologies used for microwave digestion and their advantages towards these food related issues. The latest developments regarding available instrument configurations, detection limits, sample prep, and more will be discussed.
Join us for a free webinar that will focus on: Foodstaff processing, element concentration limits, preanalytical steps, importance of sample prep in Trace Metals Analysis for ICP MS/OES, application issues: sample size, acid digestion volume, sample fat and organic content, contamination, throughput, and post-digestion residual carbon content.
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The United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) is in the process of developing a new test for inorganic impurities in pharmaceutical products and their ingredients. The current USP “heavy metals limit test” is widely acknowledged to be inadequate in terms of scope, accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity, and is due to be replaced with new USP 232 General Chapters USP (Limits) and USP 233 (Procedures revision). The new methods will address the limitations of the current method, in particular with respect to the list of analytes, sample preparation, retention of volatile analytes, and the use of closed vessel sample digestion and modern instrumental techniques for the accurate recovery and determination of individual analyte concentrations.
A large part of samples will required closed vessel microwave digestion.
Milestone with the most complete digestion line and a unique experience in sample preparation provides a complete solution to match the new USP requirements.
Milestone has designed a suitable configuration of the ETHOS UP, UltraWAVE and ETHOS EASY to fully comply the specifications of the new USP chapters 232 and 233.
The Milestone USP packages include:
US Pharmacopeia links:
Procedures: Revision Bulletin: Elemental Impurities Chapter 232 & 233
Be ready for the implementation of the USP chapters 232 & 233!
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