Analysis of low and sub ppb levels of inorganic arsenic in fruit juices

PID Analyzers has developed a new sensitive technique, hydride generation/gas chromatography/photoionization (HG/GC/PID), for the analysis of low and sub ppb levels of inorganic arsenic (As+3 and As+5), in fruit juices. An example of the technique is shown in the Figure below:

Learn more about this exciting application by contacting Jack Driscoll or attending our talk at the 248th American Chemical Society National Meeting in San Francisco August 12, 2014 on the Agricultural and Food Chemistry Track titled: New Analytical Method for Low Level Detection of Arsenic in Food and Beverages

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