Investigation of Selected Heavy Metals Concentration in Animal Feeds in United Arab Emirates

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Nizar A. Al Haj Ali
Ideisan I. Abu-Abdoun
Abdulla S. Janaan
Jumana H. Hassan
Maha A. Al Jeaidi

Abstract

The animal feed materials contaminated with heavy metals, which usually comes from soils to plant, atmosphere and contaminated seawater. Various animal feed and feed supplements imported by local agents at United Arab Emirates (UAE) subjected for analysis using ICP- MS technique the concentration of the four selected heavy metals, namely; Arsenic (As), Lead (Pb), Cadmium (Cd), and mercury (Hg), found to be within the national standard.

Keywords:
Heavy metals concentration, animal feed, ICP-MS analysis.

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A. Al Haj Ali, N., I. Abu-Abdoun, I., S. Janaan, A., H. Hassan, J., & A. Al Jeaidi, M. (2019). Investigation of Selected Heavy Metals Concentration in Animal Feeds in United Arab Emirates. Chemical Science International Journal, 28(3), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.9734/CSJI/2019/v28i330139
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