Determination of mercury and antimony in environmental and food matrices: development of analytical methodology and migration studies

@inproceedings{Moreno2017DeterminationOM,
  title={Determination of mercury and antimony in environmental and food matrices: development of analytical methodology and migration studies},
  author={Sergio Carneado Moreno},
  year={2017}
}
[eng] Food safety is an issue of vital importance in the world. It must be sustained so as to avoid pollution episodes in food, which subsequently could cause potential risks to health. The main approach of this thesis consist of the study of two particular food contamination cases: primary contamination of the aquatic media and the corresponding seafood with mercury, and direct contamination of beverages due to polyethylene terephthalate containers (PET) with antimony. To carry out these… CONTINUE READING

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