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標題: 肥料及農產品稀有元素分析技術開發
The Development of Analytical Technique for Rare Elements in Fertilizers and Agricultural Products
作者: 吳正宗
關鍵字: 農業化學類;應用研究;Rare Element;稀有元素;感應耦合電漿質譜儀;肥料;農產品;Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS);Fertilizer;Agricultural Product

In the industrial evolution, often use the rare element or heavy metal in various kinds of production, the heavy metal and rare element may enter the food chain via air, water, fertilizer and soil. Some rare element benefits the health directly or indirectly (such as the selenium, germanium), but some endanger the human body (titanium), need setting up these micro-composition analytical method of agricultural products and materials badly. So need more sensitive detecting and examining instrument (Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer, ICP-MS), in order to set up reliable analytical method. After the analytical method of rare element is set up, can be used to set up agricultural products in Taiwan and regard rare element as the fingerprint of the products further, appraise the producing area of agricultural products concretely, avoid the low price inferior agricultural product strange land of unknown origin or import. The Soil Survey and Testing Center (SSTC) and the department of Soil and Environmental Science(SES) of National Chung-Hsing University (NCHU) have accepted the Agricultural Grain Administration (AGA) to entrust for many years, carry out the high-quality domestic compost investigation and inspection, and the person who helps folk fertilizer industry and purchase, peasant analyze various kinds of fertilizer and soil sample quality, have performance very much to organic fertilizer promotion of quality, but measure work and sample count growth rapidly, need fine, fast and accurate detecting instrument, in order to grasp prescription, and set up accurate analytical method.
其他識別: 95農科-1.3.3-糧-Z7
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