Single Particle Mode or Hyphenated ICP-MS? A Discussion of Nanoparticle Analysis in Complex Matrices

For the last decade, inorganic nanoparticles have been
used as food additives for enhancing color or flavor, for preservation
and to facilitate manufacturing processes. Despite their wide use,
nanomaterials have posed safety concerns regarding their possible
uncontrolled release from the product and the effect this might have on
humans and the environment. In view of these potential risks,
regulatory and scientific assessment requires an understanding of their
physicochemical characteristics within a commercial product. This summary
and on-demand
webcast
will demonstrate the potential use of ICP-MS as a key tool
for the characterization of manufactured nanomaterials.
Executive
Summary
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Presented
by
Spectroscopy
Sponsored
by
Agilent

 

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