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Stuart Chalk, Ph.D.
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NRCC NOAA-K

Classification: Reference Material -> NRCC -> NOAA-K -> Cod liver

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"Comparison Of Sample Digestion Procedures For The Determination Of Arsenic In Certified Marine Samples Using The FI-HG-AAS-technique"
Fresenius J. Anal. Chem. 1997 Volume 357, Issue 7 Pages 817-821
G. Damkröger, M. Grote, E. Janßen

Abstract: For dry ashing, 0.2 g CRM (cod and mussel) were homogenized with 3 g MgO and 40 mL 0.75 M magnesium nitrate, evaporated at 130°C for ~3 h to near-dryness and ashed at 550°C overnight. The ash was dissolved by the dropwise addition of 25 mL 32% HCl and the solutions were diluted to 100 mL with water. For high-pressure ashing, 0.2 g mussel CRM and 0.16 g cod CRM were each mixed with 2 mL 65% HNO3 and 4 mL 30% H2O2 and then ashed with temperature programming from 50-70°C in 30 min, to 120°C in 30 min, then to 300°C (held for 80 min) in 15 min. The resulting clear solutions were diluted to 20 mL with water. For microwave digestion, 0.25 g mussel CRM and 0.2 g cod CRM were each mixed with 3 mL 65% HNO3, and 2 mL 30% H2O2 and irradiated at 250 W for 1 min, left to stand for 1 min, then irradiated at 250 W for 1.5 min, 450 W for 3 min, 850 W for 5 min and 250 W for 1 min. The resulting solutions were diluted to 25 mL with water. The solutions were analyzed for As by flow injection hydride-generation AAS (details given). Mean recoveries of As from mussel and cod were 13% and 2%, respectively, by microwave digestion and 56% and 25%, respectively, by high-pressure ashing. The dry ashing method gave quantitative recoveries from both CRM. Nitrite interference was overcome by the addition of an amino sulfuric acid (350 mM).
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