volume 27, issue 3, P309-320 1962
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2621.1962.tb00099.x
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R. C. KOCH, J. ROESMER

Abstract: SUMMARY The concentrations of 27 trace elements were determined in four meats: beef, pork, ham, and chicken. Because the concentrations of most of these elements were expected to be very small, the extremely sensitive method of neutron activation analysis was used in this study. Qualitative analyses were performed for 8 of the elements, and the concentrations of 19 elements were determined quantitatively. The quantitatively measured concentrations varied from ∼0.1% for phosphorus to ∼10−5 ppm for cerium. Most …

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