Pretreatment Techniques for Arsenic Speciation Analysis in Biosamples

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Sample pretreatment techniques for arsenic speciation analysis in biosamples are of significant importance in detection procedures. In this paper, several typical pretreatment techniques such as solvent extraction (SE), enzymatic hydrolysis (EH), pressurized liquid extraction (PLE), solid phase microextraction (SPME) and liquid phase microextraction (LPME) were summarized on the basis of 20 references. The new trend in the future was also carried out.

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Z.S. Liu, L.P. Xu, X.D. Liang, Z.H. Wang and H.M. Zhang

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J. L. Guo et al., "Pretreatment Techniques for Arsenic Speciation Analysis in Biosamples", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1015, pp. 359-362, 2014

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