Trace level determination of manganese in liver tissues employing substoichiometric thermal neutron activation analysis
Liver tissues from rat have been analyzed for determining trace amounts of manganese present by employing thermal neutron activation analysis and substoichiometric solvent extraction of Mn/II/ with 1,2,3-benzotriazole into 1-octanol. Three samples and a standard can be processed and counted within three hours.
KeywordsPhysical Chemistry Manganese Inorganic Chemistry Liver Tissue Solvent Extraction
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