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Rapid determination of trace metals in foods by using the microwave oven-digestion method. 2. Determination of zinc, copper, manganese, lead and cadmium



Rapid determination of trace metals in foods by using the microwave oven-digestion method. 2. Determination of zinc, copper, manganese, lead and cadmium



Eisei Kagaku Journal of Hygienic Chemistry 31(6): 405-409



The estimation of zinc, copper, manganese, lead and cadmium in pigs' liver, oyster, soyabean flour (kinako), cabbage and brown algae (hijiki) by wet-digestion in a microwave oven was investigated.

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