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Determination of some inorganic metals in edible vegetable oils by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-AES)

By Musa &#214, Turkan Altun, Fethiye Gode, Gulsin Arslan and Erol Pehlivan

Abstract

Seventeen edible vegetable oils were analyzed spectrometrically for their metal (Cu, Fe, Mn, Co, Cr, Pb, Cd, Ni, and Zn) contents. Toxic metals in edible vegetable oils were determined by Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry (ICP-AES). The highest metal concentrations were measured as 0.0850, 0.0352, 0.0220, 0.0040, 0.0010, 0.0074, 0.0045, 0.0254 and 0.2870 mg/kg for copper in almond oil, for iron in corn oil-(c), for manganese in soybean oil, for cobalt in sunflower oil-(b) and almond oil, for chromium in almond oil, for lead in virgin olive oil, for cadmium in sunflower oil-(e), for nickel almond oil and for zinc in almond oil respectively. The method for determining toxic metals in edible vegetable oils by using ICP-AES is discussed. The metals were extracted from low quantities of oil (2-3 g) with a 10% nitric acid solution. The extracted metal in acid solution can be injected into the ICPAES. The proposed method is simple and allows the metals to be determined in edible vegetable oils with a precision estimated below 10% relative standard deviation (RSD) for Cu, 5% for Fe, 15% for Mn, 8% for Co, 10% for Cr, 20% for Pb, 5% for Cd, 16% for Ni and 11% for Zn.<br><br>En este estudio se analiz&#243; espectrom&#233;tricamente el contenido en metales (Cu, Fe, Mn, Co, Cr, Pb, Cd, Ni, and Zn) de 17 aceites vegetales comestibles mediante ICP-AES. Las concentaciones m&#225;s elevadas se encontraron para el cobre en el aceite de almendra (0.0850 mg/kg), para el hierro en el aceite de maiz(c),(0.0352 mg/kg), para el manganeso en el aceite de soja (0.0220 mg/kg), para el cobalto en el aceite de girasol (b) (0.0040 mg/kg), para el cromo en el aceite de almendra (0.0010 mg/kg), para el plomo en el aceite de oliva virgen (0.0074 mg/kg), para el cadmio en el aceite de girasol (e) (0.0045 mg/kg), para el niquel en el aceite de almendra (0.0254 mg/kg) y para el zincen el aceite de almendra (0.2870 mg/kg). Los metales se extrajeron a partir de bajas cantidades de aceite (2-3 g), con una soluci&#243;n de &#225;cido n&#237;trico al 10%. Se discute el m&#233;todo y se conclluye que el m&#233;todo propuesto es simple y permite la determinaci&#243;n en aceites vegetales comestibles con una precisi&#243;n estimada inferior al 10% para Cu, 5% para Fe, 15% para Mn. 8% para Co, 20% para Pb, 5% para Cd, 16% para Ni y 11% para Zn

Topics: Edible oil, ICP-AES, Vegetable oils, Toxic metals, Aceite comestible, Aceite vegetal, ICP-AES, Metales t&#243;xicos, Nutrition. Foods and food supply, TX341-641, Home economics, TX1-1110, Technology, T, DOAJ:Nutrition and Food Sciences, DOAJ:Agriculture and Food Sciences
Publisher: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:2251b22d529b40d79708771d37b9d43b
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