Measurement of arsenic species in environmental, biological fluids and food samples by HPLC-ICPMS and HPLC-HG-AFS
The importance of measuring arsenic (As) species has been appreciated for a long time mainly because of the wide spread knowledge of arsenic's toxicity and its use as a poison. Increasingly health, environmental and food regulations have been written around As species rather than total concentrations. Knowledge of As speciation is important as the chemical form of As controls its bioavailability, toxicity, mobility and therapeutic benefits. Arsenic is present as inorganic (arsenate, arsenite,...[Show more]
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