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Research Project: Modification of Diurnal Patterns to Promote Health in Models for Human Metabolic Dysfunction

Location: Dietary Prevention of Obesity-related Disease Research

Title: How icp-oes changed the face of trace element analysis: review of the global application

item DOUVRIS, CHRIS - New York Institute Of Technology
item GRIMESTAD, ALLISON - University Of North Dakota
item ARTEAGA, EMMA - University Of North Dakota
item Bussan, Derek
item THOMAS, ROBERT - Scientific Solutions

Submitted to: Meeting Abstract
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: 9/19/2023
Publication Date: N/A
Citation: N/A

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: Inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) is a powerful analytical technique that can be used to determine the elemental composition of a wide variety of samples. It is particularly well-suited for multielement analysis, as it can simultaneously measure the concentrations of dozens or even hundreds of elements in a single sample. In this review, we highlighted recent applications of ICP-OES in the fields of food analysis, microplastics, materials, dietary supplements, human tissue, and bodily fluids. We provided an overview of the ICP-OES instrumentation and the principles behind the technique and a summary of recent applications of ICP-OES in each of the six fields mentioned above. We addressed the challenges and limitations of ICP-OES and discussed the future applications of ICP-OES.