Determination of heavy metals in sunflower seeds by atomic absorption spectroscopy based on fractional mineralization

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The actual problem of food chemistry is the contamination of food raw materials and food products with heavy metals. Modern physico-chemical methods for the quantification of heavy metals are highly accurate and allow even trace amounts of elements to be determined, but the complexity of the sample preparation procedure is one of the most time-consuming steps, requiring high costs of reagents and time, especially for analysis of fat-containing samples. In this regard, development of new ways of determination of content of heavy metals in olive raw materials is relevant. Sunflower seeds in which they established the maintenance of toxic elements with use of different ways of sample preparation have acted as an object of a research: dry combustion and a wet mineralization and the developed new way of a fractional mineralization which distinctive features are: preliminary decomposition of test on fatty (oil) and fat-free (oilcake) of fraction with their independent mineralization...


Sample preparation, atomic absorption spectroscopy, sunflower seeds, acid mineralization, dry mineralization, fractional mineralization

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IDR: 140238625   |   DOI: 10.20914/2310-1202-2018-3-164-169

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