Consumers have become more concerned about the levels of potentially toxic trace elements such as arsenic, cadmium, mercury, ​and lead in beverages and food. Of specific concern are products intended for consumption by children. Reliable and precise methods of food analysis are important to maintain the safety of the food supply. In addition, accurate data is necessary to comply with food labeling requirements for nutrients such as iron, calcium, sodium, and potassium.

Atomic spectroscopic techniques such as ICP-AES and ICP-MS are widely used for measurements of trace elements in beverages and food products.  Teledyne CETAC offers a variety of sample introduction and sample handli​ng accessories to improve the quality and efficiency of these ICP-AES and ICP-MS measurements.​

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    AP-U5000-005.pdfMeasurement of Nutrient and Trace Elements in Juices and Various Food Matrices Using Ultrasonic Nebulization with ICP-AES DetectionU5000AT01/29/2020
    PST2020WCPS_Ariz_U5000AT_Juices_Foods_ICPAES.pdfPoster: Measurement of Trace Elements in Fruit Juice and Various Food Matrices Using Ultrasonic Nebulization with ICP-AES DetectionU5000AT03/16/2020
    TN-XPRESS-003-T.pdfRapid‐Throughput Food Analysis for Thermo Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission SpectroscopyASXPRESS PLUS04/20/2016
    AP-SDX-005.pdfAccurate, Unattended Preparation of Food Samples for ICP-MS AnalysisSDX HPLD11/25/2020