Rapid determination of benzo(a)pyrene in processed meat and fish samples by second-derivative constant-energy synchronous fluorescence spectrometry
Luo, H. D.（Xiamen Municipal Ctr Dis Control & Prevent）
Jia, Y. Z.（Xiamen Municipal Ctr Dis Control & Prevent）
Li, Y. Q.
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A simple, rapid and cost-effective method has been established for the determination of the quantity of benzo(a)pyrene (BaP), one of the most carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), in roasted, smoked and charcoal grilled foods. Second-derivative constant-energy synchronous fluorescence spectrometry (DCESFS) improves the spectral resolution and selectivity of the fluorescence method. By using this method, processed meat, fish and some other food samples were analysed without resorting to complex pre-separation and purification procedures. The method was found to have a recovery of 97.7% +/- 4.3%. The limit of detection (LOD) for BaP was 0.14 mu g kg-1, far below the regulatory limit (1.0 mu g kg-1) for BaP in food samples specified by the European Union. A certified reference material (Coconut oil, BCR (R)-458) was used to confirm the validity of the proposed method. The results suggest that the measurements are in a good agreement with the certified BaP concentrations (5.4% deviation). The results obtained by the proposed method for analysing BaP in food samples correlated well with those obtained by GC/MS.
CitationFOOD ADDITIVES AND CONTAMINANTS PART A-CHEMISTRY ANALYSIS CONTROL EXPOSURE & RISK ASSESSMENT，2011,28（2）：235-242