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Manganese in milk: a method for detecting the adulteration of milk with reconstituted calf milk replacer based on dried milk



Manganese in milk: a method for detecting the adulteration of milk with reconstituted calf milk replacer based on dried milk



Latte 9(5): 395-398



An AAS method for determining Mn in milk gave linear results for Mn added at 0.01-0.04 mg/l. The Mn content of 55 milk samples averaged 0.0211 +or- 0.0043 mg/l. The method could reliably detect the addition to milk at 2% of reconstituted calf milk replacer (10% TS in water) with Mn at 13 mg/kg.

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