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arsenic analysis services

  • Arsenic (As) for Trace Elements Analysis

    Arsenic is naturally-occurring throughout the environment and also widely used as a preservative for treated wood and as a pesticide in fields where we grow our food. Because of its chemical nature, it is frequently bioavailable and easily absorbed. Accurate and precise measurements of this classified human carcinogen are critical for managing our ...

    By Brooks Applied Labs based in Bothell, WASHINGTON (USA). from Trace Elements Analysis Service line

  • Environment Analysis

    Bhagavathi undertakes analysis of - Solid, liquid, Sludge, Sediments Characterizations & analysis. Heavy metals, Phenols & derivatives, Cyanides & Isocyanates, Arsenic and it's compounds, Organic halogenated & non-halogenated compounds, Polychlorinated biphenyls, Carbon monoxide, Hydrogen sulphide, Sulphur dioxide, Total ...

    By Bhagavathi Ana Labs Limited based in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, INDIA.

  • Laboratory Testing and Analyses of Foods and Foodstuffs

    PPB Analytical’s Food Chemistry Testing ranges from vitamins, minerals, additives, proteins, sugars, fats, flavours, and colours. Food contaminants have been found to produce serious health risks to the public. Securing the food supply is paramount to the public. Some typical tests that PPB.

    By PPB Analytical Inc. based in Markham, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Elemental Analysis Service

    Elemental analysis, detection, identification and quantification testing. Elemental analysis and testing includes identification and quantification of elements, elemental compounds and molecular species. Sample types and matrices tested for trace elements include organic and non-organic, aqueous and non-aqueous materials. Elemental trace and ...

    By Intertek Caleb Brett based in Houston, TEXAS (USA). from Analytical Laboratory Capabilities Service line

  • Arsenic Speciation (As)

    The experience of Brooks Applied Labs comes into play when arsenic speciation in difficult matrices is to be determined. We have developed a variety of different arsenic testing methods that utilize different chromatographic separation modes. These methods allow us to provide the lowest detection limits to our clients for their toughest samples. ...

    By Brooks Applied Labs based in Bothell, WASHINGTON (USA). from Trace Elements Speciation Service line

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