Filed under: Environment/Ecology, Government Chemist Information | Tags: Government Chemist reports, Speciation
A new report has been published on the Government Chemist website on qualitative determination of chromium species by liquid chromatography- inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LC-ICPMS). This follows on from similar work undertaken on arsenic species in 2010 and 2012.
The method can separate, and potentially quantify, chromium species including Cr (III) and the more toxic Cr (VI) and has the potential to be used in environmental testing, food testing and cosmetics testing.
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