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Physico-chemical characterisation of the fraction of silver (nano)particles in pristine food additive E174 and in E174-containing confectionery.

products by transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and single-particle inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (spICP- MS). TEM analysis showed that all samples contained micrometre-sized flakes and ...

Physico-chemical characterisation of the fraction of silver (nano)particles in pristine food additive E174 and in E174-containing confectionery

Issue 11 (2020) Keywords: E174 food additive silverparticle size distribution spICP-MS TEM Abstract: Silver (E174) is authorised as a food additive in the EU. The unknown particle size distribution of ...

Physicochemical Characterization of the Pristine E171 Food Additive by Standardized and Validated Methods.

spectrometry (spICP- MS). The evaluation of selected sample preparation protocols allowed identifying and optimizing the critical factors that determine the measurement of the particle size distribution by TEM. ...

Validation of single particle ICP-MS for routine sizing and quantification of the fraction of silver nanoparticles in E174 food addititves and confectionery products

for validated methods to size and quantify these particles. Single particle inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (spICP- MS) is thereby a promising technique as it is capable of sizing and ...

Estimation of the Uncertainties Related to the Measurement of the Size and Quantities of Individual Silver Nanoparticles in Confectionery.

plasma mass spectrometry (spICP- MS) method was developed and validated for sizing and quantifying the fraction of AgNP in E174 and in products containing E174, and associated uncertainties related to ...

Screening for nanoparticles in complex matrices within a regulatory framework: are we there yet?

particle inductively coupled plasma – mass spectrometry (spICP- MS) was studied as a screening tool to determine the number-based size distribution of Ag particles, their particle number and mass ...

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