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Authors: Sadeghi O, Aboufazeli F, Lotfi Zadeh Zhad HR, Karimi M, Najafi E
Article Title: Determination of Pb(II) Ions Using Novel Ion-Imprinted Polymer Magnetic Nanoparticles: Investigation of the Relation Between Pb(II) Ions in Cow's Milk and Their Nutrition.
Publication date: 2013
Journal: Food Analytical Methods
Volume: 6
Issue: (3)
Page numbers: 753-760.
DOI: 10.1007/s12161-012-9481-8

Abstract: The application of novel Pb(II) ion-imprinted polymer coated on magnetic mesoporous silica was investigated in preconcentration and determination of low level of Pb(II) ions. The job proposed a new method for preconcentration and determination of Pb(II) ions. This novel sorbent was characterized by scanning electron microscopy, thermal gravimetric/differential thermal analysis, elemental analysis, and low-angle X-ray powder diffraction. Effects of various factors such as the effects of the pH of sample solution, eluent (include type, concentration and volume), adsorption and desorption time which are effective in method efficiency, were appraised through this study. In order to investigate the selectivity of this sorbent toward Pb(II) ion, the effects of variety of foreign ions interfering on preconcentration and recovery of Pb(II) ions were also investigated. The limit of detection (LOD) was found to be 0.7 μg L-1 and the recovery and relative standard deviation of the method were 96.6-102.4 % and 1.3-3.3 %, respectively. Validation of the outlined method was performed by analyzing several standard reference materials with certified Pb(II) concentrations. Finally, this sorbent was applied for separation and determination of Pb(II) ion in grass and cow's milk, which showed their lead concentration to be below the detection limit of flame atomic adsorption spectroscopy
Template and target information: lead ion, Pb(II)
Author keywords: Pb(II) determination, Magnetic mesoporous silica nanoparticles, Ion-imprinted polymer, milk, Grass


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