The Application of Single Reaction Chamber Microwave Digestion to the Preparation of Pharmaceutical Samples in Accordance with USP <232>/<233>
30 Jun 2014

This application note describes the use of a single reaction chamber microwave digestion for the digestion of pharmaceutical samples prior to ICP-MS analysis according to draft USP chapters <232> and <233>. Following the optimization of digestion methodology (vial type, digestion matrix and temperature program), dietary supplements are digested and analyzed for toxic elements.

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