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Analyses of Fish Tissue by Vacuum Distillation/Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry

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Supplemental Tables  
1. Method Detection Limits (MDL) by Analyte in parts per billion  [PDF, 3 pp., 64 KB]
2. Results for Surrogate Correction Models by Analyte  [PDF, 4 pp., 17 KB]
3. Variation of Analyte Response to Vacuum Spike Equilibration Time  [PDF, 4 pp., 77 KB]
4. Variation of Analyte Response to Water Spike Equilibration Time  [PDF, 4 pp., 78 KB]
5. Variation of Analyte Response to Sonication Spike Equilibration Time  [PDF, 4 pp., 77 KB]
6. Comparison of Recoveries of Labelled Surrogates to Unlabelled Analogs for Vacuum Spiked Tuna when the Unlabelled Analogs are Equilibrated an Additional 120 min.  [PDF, 1 pp., 70 KB]
7. Comparison of Recovery of Sonication Spiked Surrogates to Their Respective Unlabelled Analogs previously vacuum spiked into tissue samples  [PDF, 1 pp., 69 KB]

 

 


 

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