Analytical conditions for determination of microplastics in fish
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Mỹ TT Ái, Dũng PT. Analytical conditions for determination of microplastics in fish. HueUni-JNS [Internet]. 2020Jun.30 [cited 2020Dec.5];129(1C):85-92. Available from: http://jos.hueuni.edu.vn/index.php/HUJOS-NS/article/view/5822

Abstract

In this study, different analytical conditions, including digestion solutions (acid, base, and H2O2), temperatures, and times were investigated to determine microplastics (MPs) particles in fish samples. The optimal digestion ratio of 10% KOH/fish sample is 10:1 (v/w) for 48 hours at 40 °C. The optimal solution for the flotation of the particles is 2 M NaCl. The MPs particle concentration in layang scad fish (Decapterus lajang) is 1.1 ± 0.2 particles/g wet samples or 65.4 ± 12.6 particles/individual.

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