Minimise product contamination with elemental impurity testing

Supplied by Anton Paar Australia Pty Ltd on Friday, 25 October, 2019


Elemental impurities not only constitute a toxicological risk for the consumer, for products containing active ingredients, i.e. medication or nutritional supplements, it can affect their quality and efficacy. Recently, regulations for the testing of elemental impurities have been tightened across a variety of industries.

Learn about elemental impurity testing and how the recent innovation of microwave closed vessel digestion maximises your analytical results.

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