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AN ANALYTICAL METHOD VALIDATION FOR ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY ANALISYS OF TOTAL ZINC FROM INSULIN

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Author(s): I.G. Tanase | Ileana Liliana Popescu | A. Pana

Journal: Analele Universitatii Bucuresti : Chimie
ISSN 1220-871X

Volume: XV;
Issue: I;
Start page: 45;
Date: 2006;
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Keywords: Analytical method validation | Traceability | Linearity and range | Precision | Repeatability | Recovery

ABSTRACT
An analytical method validation represents a complete investigation of the materials’ properties, following certain steps, being necessary for “proving the fit for purpose of an analytical method”. The validation procedure demonstrate that a defined validation protocol for an analytical method applied to a specified testing material and a defined concentration of the analyt – named analytic system – fits for a certain analytical purpose. The analytical purpose reflects the obtaining of analytical results with an acceptable degree of accuracy. The scope of the present study is a supplementary validation (linearity, range, accuracy and precision) of flame atomic absorption spectrometry analytical procedure for total zinc analysis from Insulatard Penfill.
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