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The calibration curves of six elements: As, Cd, Cr, Ni, Pb and Zn obtained by the instrument using the blank and four working standards 0, 10, 20, 40 and 100 g/L and for Al obtained by the instrument using the blank and three working standards 0, 100, 200 and 300 g/L for all elements, starting from a 1000 mg/L single standard solutions for ICP-MS (Aristar grade, BDH laboratory supplies, England for the trace elements.
Keywords: Trace elements availability; Selenium; Alfalfa; Corn; Multivariate analyses
5 Ghadimi described that the presence of trace elements could have an influence on the size of enamel apatite crystals.
All the above mentioned studies1,13-16 were focused mainly on drawing comparison between urinary levels of trace elements in the healthy/non-diabetic individuals and diabetic patients.
The results of the major and trace elements of groundwater and associated soil along with important irrigation quality parameters are given in (Table 1).
From the study of the organic portion, the nature, such as rank and type of coal is elucidated and also determines the appropriateness of the coal for its use as renewable energy, whereas, the study of the inorganic matter, provide the idea of the type of major and trace elements present in the coal.
Wheat also supplies certain inorganic micro nutrients that are life for general growing and maintaining of health while unbalance of these trace elements in different organs and body fluids can cause a wide variety of diseases.
Due to the unique design of the Orbital Gas Systems' VE probe, the company said there is no vibration within the pipeline and the gas sample can be quickly and accurately furnished to the trace element detector in a matter of seconds, therefore allowing the operator to recognise trace element contamination more effectively compared to other available technology.
Exploiting dynamic reaction cell inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (DRC-ICP-MS) for sequential determination of trace elements in blood using a dilute-and-shoot procedure.
Rare earth elements (REEs) are trace elements which carry important information about the origin, source, evolution and original environment of rock.
5 In order to assess the relation of this trace element with different diseases it is important to have a baseline status of trace elements in the body.
Major elements analyses were performed on glass fusion discs and trace elements analysis on boric acid baked pressed powder pellets.