Identification and quantitation of arsenic species in a dogfish muscle reference material for trace elements
arsenic, trace element, animal, article, dogfish, high performance liquid chromatography, metabolism, muscle, shark, standard, thin layer chromatography, Animal, Arsenic, Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid, Chromatography, Thin Layer, Dogfish, Muscles, Reference Standards, Sharks, Trace Elements
The arsenic species present in a dogfish muscle reference material (DORM-1) have been identified by using high-performance liquid chromatography/inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (HPLC/ICP-MS), thin-layer chromatography, and electron impact mass spectrometry and quantified by using HPLC/ICP-MS and graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry. The major species is arsenobetaine (15.7 ± 0.8 μg of As/g of DORM-1), constituting about 84% of the total arsenic. For this species, the HPLC/ICP-MS detection limit was 0.3 ng of As. © Published 1988 by the American Chemical Society.
Beauchemin, D.; Bednas, M.E.; Berman, Shiere S.; and Siu, K.W. Michael. (1988). Identification and quantitation of arsenic species in a dogfish muscle reference material for trace elements. Analytical Chemistry, 60 (20), 2209-2212.