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|Title: ||Method development for the determination of lead in wine using electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry comparing platform and filter furnace atomizers and different chemical modifiers|
|Other Titles: ||Talanta|
|Authors: ||Dessuy, Morgana B.|
Vale, Maria Goreti R.
Souza, Anderson Santos
Ferreira, Sergio Luis Costa
Katskov, Dmitri A.
|Keywords: ||Lead;Wine;Electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry;Filter atomizer;Palladium modifier|
|Issue Date: ||2008|
|Abstract: ||A method has been developed for the determination of lead in wine by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry without any sample
preparation and calibration against aqueous standards, using 7.5 g Pd as a chemical modifier. The results obtained for seven wines using the proposed method and an acid digestion procedure did not show any significant difference using a Student’s t-test. Atomization in a transversally
heated filter atomizer (THFA) was compared with atomization in a conventional transversally heated platform furnace. The former provided a 2.6-fold higher sensitivity, improving the characteristic mass from 34 to 12 pg and a 1.6-fold better limit of detection (0.3 gL−1 compared to
0.5 gL−1) for aqueous solutions using the same injection volume of 20 L. However, the average precision, expressed as the relative standard deviation for the determination of lead in wine under routine conditions was improved from 4.6% with platform atomization to 0.6% in the THFA.The lead content found in seven arbitrarily chosen white and red wines, five from Brazil, one from Chile and one from Spain, ranged from 6 to
60 gL−1 Pb with an average content of 11.4 gL−1 Pb for the wines from South America.|
|Description: ||Acesso restrito: Texto completo. p. 1321-1329.|
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