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Direct determination of Ca in dried milk by atomic absorption spectroscopy using atomized milk suspensions



Direct determination of Ca in dried milk by atomic absorption spectroscopy using atomized milk suspensions



Fenxi Ceshi Tongbao 4(5): 22-24



2.5 ml of 0.5% polyethylene glycol octylphenyl ether (OP) is added to 0.1 g dried milk, and the mixture is made up to 25 ml with water; the suspension is then used for AAS with detection of Ca at 422.7 nm. The method gave a repeatability of 94-102% and CV (15 replicates) of 1.0%. Samples of dried whole milk, infant formula and granulated milk from 5 sources contained Ca at 615-950 mg/100 g. Surface-active agents other than OP, e.g.

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